To Contribute

The foundation receives donations of cash, bequests, inheritances, properties and gifts-in-kind. All donations are tax deductible. If you would like your donation to be contributed to the Capital Fund, please specify this in writing.

Options for Contributing
Cash or cheque – easiest and most common
Other Property – Donations of marketable securities, art, investments or real estate. Tax receipts are issued for fair market value.
Bequests – Gift made upon death as specified in a bequest under a Will.
RSP/RIF – The remaining capital value upon death of a beneficiary of a RIF. May be donated by making the Foundation a designated beneficiary of the residual funds.
Life Insurance – A donor may purchase a life insurance policy naming the Foundation as owner and beneficiary. The purchaser would receive a tax receipt for the premiums. Alternately, the Foundation may be named as sole beneficiary in which case the death benefit paid to the Foundation is reflected in the donor’s terminal tax return.
Endowment Fund – May be established in the name of the Foundation with income flowing during the donor’s lifetime, or following death if directed by his/her will.

All of these methods receive favourable treatment under the Income Tax Act. Foundation Directors will be pleased to provide further information on any of these options.

Cheques or money orders should be made payable to “Trinity Jubilee Foundation” and be mailed or delivered to:

Trinity Jubilee Foundation
1099 Maitland Ave.
Ottawa, ON K2C 2B8