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  2. Electronic Fund Transfer: Send requests for banking details to with subject line “Request for EFT details” or contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
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    Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
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Accepted credit cards:

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards

You can provide the firm with funds to be held in trust using one of the following methods:


  1. Interac e-Transfer: Send funds to Please ensure to state your name, file matter number and password details to
  2. Credit Card via telephone (Visa or Mastercard only): Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406

Doin' Good

Every year since its inception, Paliare Roland has donated a portion of its revenue to charitable endeavours locally and abroad.

As our revenue grows, so does the money available for charitable giving. We call this our “Doin’ Good” program. Between 2002 and 2023, our Doin’ Good donations to registered charities totaled approximately $4,225,000. These donations do not include amounts that members of the firm donate individually.

The major recipients of our Doin' Good funds in recent years have been:

  • War Child was founded to foster the capacity of people within communities to find long-term solutions to the problems caused by conflict.  Since its inception in 1999, the organization has grown to reach over 600,000 people annually worldwide. Each of their initiatives are rooted in local, community-drive programs.

    In five of the countries where War Child is operating – Afghanistan, Yemen, Sudan, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo – the United Nations has raised only 30 percent of the aid funding that is required to meet basic needs. Our 2023 funding will support War Child’s efforts to be nimble and provide the most efficient and effective support to those who need it the most. Areas of urgent need include providing children in Yemen with access to schools where they can learn, access food rations, and are protected from abuse, exploitation, and recruitment into armed groups; creating safe spaces and programming for thousands of people who have been displaced by a deadly conflict in Darfur, Sudan where over 24 million people urgently require humanitarian assistance; and in Afghanistan, creating women-friendly health spaces, protecting young boys from sexual trafficking and abuse (the cultural practice of Bacha Bazi) and providing victims with trauma informed services including mental health and psychosocial support, and developing multi-purpose youth centers to support the most vulnerable.



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  • This comprehensive program, run by Woodgreen Community Services, provides single mothers and their children with housing, daycare, job training, and job placement.


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  • The Stop Community Food Centre runs a range of programs including community dining, kitchens and gardens, nutrition and support for pregnant women and a food bank. They focus on the ways that food can bring people together to break down social isolation and improve their quality of life. Its programs primarily serve the catchment area north of Bloor, east of Runnymede, south of St. Clair Avenue West, and west of Dovercourt.


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  • This front line housing organization develops and provides affordable, stable housing and support services to break the cycle of homelessness for people with the fewest housing options. Homes First owns and/or manages sixteen housing projects.


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  • The Storefront is located in the Kingston-Galloway/Orton Park area of Scarborough, which is home to the largest concentration of social housing in Ontario. The Storefront provides a location for a wide range of social services and programs to operate under one roof, giving area residents access to the services that they need in one location.


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  • Council Fire has been serving the aboriginal community since 1978. In addition to partnering with more than 55 organizations/collaborators, it provides extensive counselling, material assistance, spiritual support, and direct social services and programs to First Nations people including such programs as a prenatal nutrition program, a community action program for children, other children’s programming, aboriginal healing and wellness programs, education programs including literacy and basic skills, and a drop in program open 365 days/ year.


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  • This program provides breakfasts and dinners to the homeless. Lawyers, judges, legal staff and friends cook and serve the food at Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto.


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  • FoodShare has a host of programs, ranging from breakfast/lunch programs at schools in needy areas to the “good food box” program, which delivers fresh produce at reduced costs to people who would not have access to such produce, field to table programs, where crops and produce which would normally be wasted or destroyed get moved into the food supply chain, and community garden programs. It is a pioneer in the area of food security.


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  • Peacebuilders focuses on conflict prevention and resolution. It teaches peacebuilding processes and skills to local leaders so they can build community values and principles that cross cultures, religions and the globe.


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  • Connected North fosters student engagement and enhanced education outcomes in remote Indigenous communities, delivering immersive and interactive education services, through high definition, two-way video technology. The goal is to provide students and teachers with access to content that is engaging and innovative, with the hope of increasing feelings of empowerment in school and in life.


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  • Founded in 1983, Daily Bread Food Bank has grown to become one of Canada’s largest food banks supplying food to nearly 200 food programs across Toronto with a fleet of five trucks from its 108,000 square foot distribution hub. Through its research and advocacy, Daily Bread has become a key thought leader locally, provincially and nationally on issues about hunger, life on low income, housing, and income security.


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Our charitable involvement extends beyond these charities.

We also encourage members of the firm to volunteer their time for charities, as board members or otherwise, and many of us do. Each year our staff organizes and participates in a number of events to raise money for organizations of their choice.

In addition to these firm wide events, the individual members of our firm are incredibly active in a wide range of charitable endeavours. Our staff volunteer hundreds of hours a year to a wide range of organizations in their local communities. They volunteer their time with local sports organizations in their communities, job readiness programs and cultural organizations seeking to assist those who are less fortunate.

Our staff also donates to a wide range of charities from the United Way, local arts and cultural organizations, Toronto-based hospital and health foundations.