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How to plan your gift
A charitable bequest is a gift arranged in your Will that becomes available after your lifetime.
Once the needs of your family are taken care of, you can donate a life insurance policy to Heart & Stroke, protecting the value of your estate for your heirs.
By making Heart & Stroke the beneficiary of a registered savings plan you can reduce the taxes on your estate and protect its value for your heirs.
A thoughtful guide to help you think about your Will, prepare information and make decisions that will bring you peace of mind.
As a trusted advisor, you play an important role in helping supporters plan their gifts. Get the information you need to serve your clients.
Legal Name: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
CRA Business #: 10684 6942 RR0001
Sample Will wording:
“I direct my Trustees to pay the sum of $ _______ OR _______ % of the residue of my estate to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada to be applied by the Foundation’s Board of Directors at its discretion, for the general purposes of the Foundation.”
Please contact the individual in your region:
Ontario, Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland
Stephanie Ratcliff, Estates Administration Coordinator
BC, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Melanie Brooks, Estates Administration Coordinator
Marie Channevy, Estates Administration Specialist
For all other questions, please contact:
Patricia Ward, Senior Manager, Estates Administration
- If you are transferring securities from an estate please use Heart & Stroke’s estate gift of securities transfer form