Ways To Donate
Leaving even a small portion of your estate to charity can result in a bigger contribution than you ever thought possible, while still supporting those you love. By leaving a bequest in your will, you can ensure the causes you care about are supported beyond your lifetime. Benefits also include some potentially significant tax savings. Take a look at the free resources and tools - including the bequest tax calculator - on the Will Power website to learn about ways to give, connect with financial advisors and discuss what is best for you.Learn More at Will Power
In this situation, Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides would be a beneficiary on a life insurance policy. A gift of life insurance allows you to make a large gift in the future by making smaller tax-receiptible premium payments now.Legacy Program Brochure
RRSPs or TFSAs
If you own an RRSP or Tax-Free Savings Account, you can choose to designate Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides as the beneficiary.
A charitable trust allows you to retain the income of current investments while making a gift to Lions Foundation of Canada in the future.Legacy Program Brochure
Donor Advised Funds
A fund held at a Community Foundation or bank has become quite popular. You can have your own "foundation" without the administrative burden of a private foundation.
Charitable Gift Annuities
A gift annuity guarantees payments to Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides for your lifetime, some of which can be tax-free. The portion of the sum you contribute is a gift that will immediately support Dog Guide programs.Legacy Program Brochure
An endowment fund is an excellent way to make your gift last well into the future. For gifts of $10,000 or more, an endowment can be established in your name. The interest generated annually from the investment is used to support Dog Guide programs.Legacy Program Brochure
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