Whether it is a gift-in-kind, gift of real estate, or other tangible property, we are here to help you with your decision to give. Often these assets produce little or no income and cause no financial hardship to donate them. In doing so, you may make a gift that is more than you thought possible and you will receive a charitable income tax receipt to reduce your income taxes. This option may be of interest if you want to help build the new Dundas Manor now through your estate and financial planning.
If you are interested in receiving more information, please reach out to Erin Kapcala, Manager of Major and Planned Giving at 613-292-7468 / email@example.com. We encourage you to discuss your plans with your family, your advisors, and with us.
This information, obtained from various sources, is believed to be reliable, but its accuracy cannot be guaranteed. This information is not intended as legal, financial, or tax planning advice. When considering any planned or legacy gift, you should always consult your professional advisors to determine the applicability for your specific circumstances.