Explore other ways to give

Discover more ways to support the empowerment of skilled newcomers and contribute to Canada’s prosperity

Explore other ways to give

Mentor new Canadians to help them rise to their potential

Join the Windmill Mentorship Program to make a difference in a skilled immigrant or refugee’s life. Refine your leadership skills, offer valuable insights, and help newcomers navigate and prepare for the Canadian workplace. Mentees experience support and increased confidence to re-enter their professions.

Note: Mentors must possess a minimum of 2 years of work experience in their professional field.

Become a corporate partner

Corporations that are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion often partner with Windmill. Your donation expands our reach, and corporate matching amplifies your impact. Activate community engagement by encouraging employees to mentor at Windmill. Refer skilled newcomers among your employees to utilize Windmill's services for career advancement.

Corporate partners gain exclusive access to Windmill’s Community Success Hub for posting jobs and connecting employees with mentorship opportunities for our clients.

Donate in memory or honor of someone special

Honouring someone with a charitable gift is a meaningful way to express appreciation or commemorate a special individual while contributing to a greater cause.

Why make a gift to Windmill?

Meaningful tribute

Your gift symbolizes a commitment to the values and causes that mattered to the person being honoured.


Your gift can inspire others to engage in charitable giving, creating a ripple effect of generosity and support.

Symbolic Gesture

Your gift symbolizes a commitment to the values and causes that mattered to the person being honored.

You can also donate proceeds from your event to Windmill

From home events to galas, inspire your attendees by donating a portion of your event sales or proceeds.

Hear from our supporters and volunteers

Most people think that only the mentee benefits from mentorship but it’s not true! I do a lot of work as a mentor because I’ve been fortunate in my opportunities and want to help others facing challenges I never had to.

Julianna Yau Yorgan 

Career Coach and Windmill Mentor 

I grew up with immigrant parents. While they were not educated, many of our close family friends were. I was struck, at a very young age, by how it seemed unfair that new Canadians came to Canada to pursue their dreams, often at Canada's invitation, only to find that they could not afford to reclaim their professions by paying for accreditation, courses, and exams. I aspired to kick-start momentum of Windmill's activities in British Columbia by launching BC PALs.

John Montalbano

Principal, Tower Beach Capital Limited and Windmill's Treasurer and Chair, Finance and Risk Management Committee