Cash Gifts

The Hospice for Life Foundation is pleased to accept cash gifts of any amount.

Gifts of Property

A gift of property to The Hospice for Life Foundation during your lifetime or in your will. Such gifts may include a personal residence, antiques or artwork. Upon receipt, the property will be sold and the proceeds used to benefit The Hospice. A charitable tax receipt will be issued for the gift.

Memorial Gifts

The Hospice has a number of naming and memorial opportunities available at a variety of donation levels. Speak to a member of our team today to find out about existing options.

Purchase an Item from Hospice’s Wish List

Every year, The Hospice updates an ongoing file of Wish List items. These are usually large scale projects or investments that have the potential to make a lasting impact on our ability to provide programs and services. Speak to a member of our team today to find out what types of opportunities are available.

Securities

A gift of securities to The Hospice for Life Foundation during your lifetime or in your will. Allow a member of our team to work with you and outline the types of securities that we can accept and utilize.

Bequests in a  Will

Designate a bequest of property or funds in your Will. A charitable tax receipt will be issued to your estate.

Endowed Gifts

An endowed gift will provide stable income in you or your loved one’s name, ensuring income for a program of your choice such as education, community nursing, capital projects or operating expenses.

Life Insurance

Name The Hospice as the beneficiary and/or as the owner of an insurance policy. Tax receipts can also be issued for donations made to pay premiums on life insurance owned by and payable to The Hospice for Life Foundation.

RRSP / RRIF / Pension

Name the Foundation as a beneficiary of a Registered Retirement Savings Plan, Registered Retirement Investment Fund or Pension. You have an opportunity to specify who will receive any unused funds should you die before using all of those funds, or before retirement age.

You should always consult with your financial planner and other pertinent advisors before making a gift to ensure that your specific needs and requirements are met.

Click here to download a printable PDF of the Types of Gifts information