Your donations make it possible for Tetra volunteers to design and construct the life-enhancing devices that make a difference for people with physical disabilities.

Large or small every donation helps. Your generosity supports the work of your local chapter and helps to cover the cost of materials volunteers use to make the assistive devices. Donations are tax-deductible and donors making gifts over $25 will receive an official charitable tax receipt.

Here is how you can make a difference today:



Donate here at

2. Mail a donation cheque

Tetra Society of North America
318 – 425 Carrall Street 
Vancouver, BC  V6B 6E3

3. Planned Giving

You can help Tetra design and build custom assistive devices and help people with disabilities by making a planned gift. You will enjoy significant tax benefits while making an important contribution to the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities in your community. Contact us to discuss a:

  • Leaving a bequest
  • Making charitable gift annuities
  • Establishing a charitable remainder trust and residual interest gifts
  • Making an endowment gift
  • Donating a gift of life insurance
  • Making a gift of publicly traded securities

4. Corporate Giving

Supporting Tetra directly associates your company with the national leader providing custom assistive devices for people with disabilities. By supporting Tetra at the national, regional or local level, your company plays an integral role in making communities more inclusive.

Whether a corporate donation or a sponsorship, we would be happy to speak with you about a gift and recognition that makes sense for your business, and matters to your customers.

5. Support our ongoing programs as a volunteer

Do you want to put your technical skills toward inventing ingenious gizmos? Are you motivated by leading and building a team of volunteers? Talk to us if you want to play a part.

5. Our Supporters

Tetra would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for helping fund assistive devices that enhance the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities in communities across Canada and the US:(updated list will be provided)