CAC Foundation

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Types of Everlasting Gifts

Property, Stocks, Bonds, RRIF’s, Life Insurance, RRSP's

When leaving a legacy gift it is important to understand the different benefits to the donor and the Foundation as well as different tax and financial implications. Gifts may be given several times with tax benefits during one’s lifetime instead of as part of an estate.

We encourage you to seek independent financial advice about any gift and to discuss this option with the members of your family so they will appreciate your heart and passion. Donating everlasting financial gifts will ensure that the enduring message of the Gospel will continue to be proclaimed throughout the earth.

Bequest in your Will You can leave a portion of your estate to the Foundation and your gift will be held in perpetuity.
Life Insurance Policy You may have a life policy that you no longer need and can donate it to the Foundation while you are alive or bequeath it through your estate.
RRSP's, RRIF's, & TFSA's With this type of gift, your estate receives a charitable donation receipt that will offset taxes, which will in turn replenish the value of your estate.
Stocks, Bonds, & Mutual Funds You receive a charitable donation receipt for the Funds value of the stocks, bonds or mutual funds. In certain cases, you do not incur capital gains tax on the donated stocks, bonds or mutual funds.
Real Estate Property You can gift property to the Foundation. A charitable tax receipt can help to offset the tax on the gain as well as other taxes in your Estate.
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