UNA-Canada is an investor in a better world, one that embraces the six values that guide the United Nations – freedom, equality, tolerance, non-violence, respect for nature and shared responsibility. Making or revising your will or other estate plans to include UNA-Canada can have a tremendous and wonderful impact on our future, and will help us build a better world for future generations.
Planned giving provides you with the opportunity to decide where your hard-earned assets go. Here are examples of how you can make planned provisions for UNA-Canada:
Bequests in your Will
By remembering UNA-Canada in your will, you can leave a legacy supporting your commitment to the values of the United Nations. Your estate will receive a charitable receipt for the full amount of the bequest which can assist in reducing the tax payable on your final income tax return.
Life Insurance Policies
A gift of life insurance can be an affordable way for you to make a future substantial gift to UNA-Canada while enjoying tax relief during your lifetime.
Charitable Remainder Trust
By establishing a trust to support UNA-Canada, you can enjoy for whatever term you set (life, or a term of years) income from the trust. UNA-Canada receives what remains in the trust after death, or after a specified number of years.
We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have about arranging a planned gift to UNA-Canada. Please contact our Development Team at (613) 232-5751 ext 258 or email [email protected].
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