Help Love Our Clients Back to Living

Commit to helping and loving our clients back to living addiction-free lives. Your donations allow for round-the-clock support in our homes, extensive individual and group counselling, spiritually-rich 12-step programming and life skills training.

“I feel more clarity and a lot lighter. I don’t feel too much guilt, shame or anything negative. I am really so grateful for Talitha Koum, and all the programs that they provide for us.” — Brianna

How Your One-Time or Monthly Donation Impacts Lives


A welcome package, including pyjamas, toiletries, course supplies, workbooks and a Bible.


One hour of trauma counselling.


A week’s childcare if the parent does not qualify for subsidy.


A week’s worth of groceries, household staples, and toiletries for our two homes.

Donate Now Through:

If you prefer to send a cheque, please mail to:

Como Lake P.O. Box 64596

Coquitlam, BC, V3J 7V7

Our Charitable Registration Number is: 89054 8910 RR0001

Other Ways to Support Talitha Koum Society

Legacy Giving

 Partner with us in “loving our clients back to living” by leaving a legacy gift to the Talitha Koum Society. Please click here for a guide on how to leave a legacy gift to ensure that your partnership continues into the future.


We’re often in need of staples, so we gladly accept donations of flour, sugar, rice, spices, canned tuna, olive oil, vegetable oil, baking powder/soda, frozen chicken breasts, frozen mixed fruits, egg noodles, and regular and gluten-free pasta. Email us at or call (604) 492-3393 before purchasing and to arrange delivery.

Storage Locker

Help our clients by donating storage space for large items, such as beds, tables, and dressers.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you’ve got the time and the interest to volunteer, we have several ways to help bring your philanthropic wish to life. We need (and greatly appreciate): drivers to take clients to appointments; childminders; tutors for women taking high-school courses and for clients learning financial literacy; and, a driver with their own truck.