Gifts in wills and estates
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Making a gift in your will is simple and you still retain control of your assets. You can bequeath cash, securities, property or even a percentage of your estate. Your estate receives a charitable tax receipt that can decrease (or even eliminate) estate taxes. As you consider making a planned gift, you may wish to begin by having a conversation with your family and talk with your lawyer about creating or updating your will. And we are here to help.
For more information including sample bequest wording, or our charitable registration information, please see below.
Please don’t forget to tell us if you are making a planned gift to the Canadian Cancer Society. We can help you determine the best way to leave the legacy you intend and would also love the opportunity to thank you for helping to change the future of cancer. We will respect your privacy and confidentiality.
“I direct my trustees to deliver, pay or transfer $, % (or name of asset) to the Canadian Cancer Society (Charitable Registration Number: 11882 9803 RR0001) for the purpose of supporting its highest priority needs."
Full legal name: Canadian Cancer Society
Address: 55 St. Clair Ave. W, Suite 500, Toronto, ON M4V 2Y7
Charitable Registration Number: 11882 9803 RR0001