Planning Your Estate and Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Prepare your Will.  Without a Will you lose control over your property at death.

Leave a gift to Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation in your Will.  Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation depends on the generosity of our donors so that we may provide for those impoverished in our care.

Learn about the many tax advantages associated with making a planned gift as part of your financial and estate planning.

Consider using both cash and assets as your charitable gift to Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation.  Assets include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, art or jewellery.  Such gifts may provide tax savings.

Name Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation as the beneficiary of an existing insurance policy.

Purchase a new life insurance policy naming Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation as the beneficiary.

Remember loved ones with a memorial gift to Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation.

Encourage family and friends to consider giving to their favourite charity through their estate.

 

Other Useful Links

Shirley’s Legacy

Frequently Asked Questions

Wills and Charitable Bequests

Leaving a Gift Through Life Insurance

Gifts of Property

Charitable Remainder Trusts

Glossary of Terms