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Planned Giving

No matter the size of your assets, you can leave a charitable gift.

Considering planned giving means pursuing a donation strategy that reflects your philanthropic and financial objectives while providing tax benefits. It's also a way to improve the well-being of your fellow community members and help create the kind of world you want to live in. A legacy gift can be made during your lifetime or as part of your estate plan. A legacy gift to our Foundation will make a concrete contribution to our mission by helping build a home for autistic adults or provide qualified staff who will encourage their lifelong development.

Who can I contact for information?

Katty Taillon, Executive Director of Véro & Louis Foundation ktaillon@fondationverolouis.com will be pleased to answer your questions. However, to ensure that your choice takes the specifics of your situation into account, we encourage you to consult your financial or legal advisor. Financial planners, notaries, accountants and tax advisors are best positioned to help you prepare a legacy gift and benefit from its advantages.

What’s planned giving?

Planned giving is an immediate or future donation that reflects your individual, family or community values and is a decision made in the process of financial, tax and/or estate planning.

What are the benefits for you?

You will support a cause that’s important to you in a concrete way, contribute to its development and benefit from significant tax benefits.

What kind of donations are possible?

  • Cash
  • Life insurance policy
  • RRSP
  • RRIF
  • Financial security on the stock exchange
  • Property title

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Thank you for supporting our cause!

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