This year has strained many marriages, but hope is possible!

The pandemic has added strain to many marriages, often intensifying small difficulties that are now large obstacles. These couples are looking for help to improve their relationship and some are desperate to avoid separation or divorce. At Focus on the Family Canada there has been an increase in the number of couples turning to us for this kind of help.

Your support will provide the practical and timely help these husbands and wives need to restore their marriage.

Because of the support of friends like you, couples can access relevant and biblically based help through free online articles, the Focus on the Family Broadcast, the Focus Marriage Assessment Tool and much more. Our goal is to continue equipping couples with the support they need so they can not only weather the challenges they’re facing but build a strong marriage.

Will you donate today so every couple that is looking for help and hope can be equipped with the support they need? Every donation makes a difference.

For some couples, more personalized support is needed for the challenges they're facing. Our counselling team is there to provide these couples with a complimentary phone consultation and referral to a local counsellor, as needed. Plus, the Hope Restored marriage intensives give couples considering separation or divorce the deeper level of help they need. Your donation will give couples this help and allow us to reach even more husbands and wives who are struggling right now.

“I feel totally blessed to have had this opportunity [at Hope Restored]. . . We were seriously talking divorce in June. Now we have scheduled twice a week heart to heart talks with more to come.”

More couples than ever are looking to Focus on the Family Canada for help to overcome the challenges they’re facing in their marriage and avoid separation or divorce. Will you donate today so even more couples can be provided with the hope they need right now?

Yes, I want to give hurting couples help to avoid the pain of separation or divorce and find renewed hope for their marriage.