By remembering Ovarian Cancer Canada in your estate planning, you can provide a significant source of funds to ensure a sustainable future for the charity. There are many ways to make your planned gift to Ovarian Cancer Canada:
Charitable Will Bequests: A Charitable Will Bequest is a direction in your Will that instructs your Executor(s)/Trustee(s) to leave one or more of your assets to a charitable organization(s). A charitable Will bequest is a way to support Ovarian Cancer Canada while helping you achieve significant tax savings for your estate.
Gift – Plus Annuity: Donate a capital sum in return for regular donations at a specified rate for life
Charitable Remainder Trust: Set aside a gift of money or property while receiving tax advantages and income from the trust
Gift of Life Insurance: Gift of life insurance is an easy and affordable way to give a significant gift and claim immediate or ongoing tax deductions
Gift of Publicly Traded Securities & Mutual Funds: You can give a gift of publicly traded securities to Ovarian Cancer Canada and eliminate the capital gains tax.
Real Estate Gift: Gifts of Real Estate include principal residences, farms, land and commercial property. Giving a gift of real estate allows you to simplify your estate and give to Ovarian Cancer Canada during your lifetime.
Registered Assets: Donating to Ovarian Cancer Canada all or part of an RRSP or RRIF is an effective way to reduce the taxes payable by your estate.
Residual Interest Gift: A Residual Interest gift is a method of giving in which property is deeded to Ovarian Cancer Canada. However, you retain the use of the property for the rest of your life or a term of years.
You don’t have to be rich or famous to leave gifts to charity in your will and the gifts don’t even have to be large amounts. Whatever you chose to give, your donation will help us save women’s lives now and in the years to come.
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