When you leave a planned gift to The Riverwood Conservancy, you’re helping to safeguard a healthy a natural environment for future generations. Your planned gift will make an impact in supporting the continuity of essential environmental programs for people of all ages and abilities, and provide a lasting statement of your generosity.
A planned gift to The Riverwood Conservancy not only benefits the community and the environment, but also your own financial security. Planned gifts can reduce taxes, increase income, and provide benefits to your estate and beneficiaries. Your legacy gift can come in several forms.
When you donate securities directly to The Riverwood Conservancy, capital gains tax is eliminated, allowing you to donate more. You’ll also receive a charitable tax receipt for the full market value of the security upon completion of the sale. It’s easy to donate securities, including stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, to us through Canada Helps’ online donation form.
A few words in your will can establish a planned gift to The Riverwood Conservancy that will protect the local environment for generations to come.
Gifts made through life insurance let you make sizable contributions at a low cost.
Naming The Riverwood Conservancy as a beneficiary is a tax efficient method of donation and is easy to arrange.
The Riverwood Conservancy Endowment Fund is held and managed by professionals with the Community Foundation of Mississauga. This permanent endowment fund is an invested pool of money that provides an ongoing source of interest income which the organization can count on each year for its charitable work. The endowment grows over time with additional gifts from donors. Donors who contribute to the TRC Endowment Fund receive a charitable tax receipt, providing an immediate advantage to your taxable income. Consider a gift to the TRC Endowment Fund to honour someone, or commemorate a special occasion.
For more information on legacy giving, and to get started on your gift, please contact Pam Kiez at 905-279-5878 or by email.
The information provided on this page is general in nature and not intended to be a substitute for professional legal or financial planning advice. We encourage all donors who are planning a legacy gift to seek independent legal and/or financial planning advice.