Imagine the impact your legacy will have!
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Every 3 minutes, someone in Canada hears the words, “you have cancer,” joining the over 1.5 million people who are already living with or beyond cancer. No matter which type of planned gift you choose, your legacy will help to change and save lives!
By committing to a planned gift today, you are joining a growing community that is changing the future for people affected by cancer. Just imagine the impact you can have. Thank you for your incredible foresight and kindness!
To discuss your wishes or for more information, please contact:
Kelly Zorich, Director, Estate and Gift Planning
1-888-405-7664 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifts in wills and estates
Gifts of securities
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If you have questions about a gift in an estate to the Canadian Cancer Society, please email email@example.com.
For region specific inquiries, please contact the appropriate office:
Ontario, Atlantic and Prairie provinces
Judy Wormington, Senior Manager, Gift & Estate Planning
55 St. Clair Ave. W, Suite 500 Toronto, ON M4V 2Y7
Mina Mattia, B.A, LL.L, D.D.N. Manager, Gift & Estate Planning
5151 de l’Assomption Blvd Montreal, QC H1T 4A9
Rozie Kara, Manager, Gift & Estate Planning
575 10th W Avenue Vancouver, BC V5Z 4C3
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You can name the Canadian Cancer Society as the beneficiary of any RRSP, RRIF or TFSA accounts that you have. Simply visit the institution holding these investments and ask them for a change of beneficiary form, where you can insert Canadian Cancer Society as a beneficiary of all or a portion of the RRSP or RRIF. A charitable tax receipt will help to offset tax liability and this gift will not be subject to probate fees.