Planned Giving

Leave a Lasting Legacy

Craft a legacy that transforms the lives of brain injury survivors within our community and offers enduring hope for the years ahead. Leaving a legacy isn’t just an investment in your own future—it’s a beacon of promise for others.

A planned gift signifies a substantial contribution made either during your lifetime or through your will. Such a gift can:

  • Give someone living with a brain injury a second chance at life
  • Have comfort knowing you’re supporting a cause that is important to you
  • Minimize tax and maximize gifts to your beneficiaries
  • Honour a loved one through your gift
Ways to Give:
  • Bequests: Through your will, you can allocate a portion of your estate.
  • Cash: Direct financial contributions offer immediate support.
  • Appreciated Securities / Stocks: Non-cash assets that can generate significant impact.
  • Gifts in Kind: Tangible contributions like art, real estate, or vehicles.
  • Life Insurance: Naming our cause as a beneficiary can forge lasting change.
  • RRSPs, RRIFs, or TFSAs: Directing retirement assets can make a profound difference.

A planned gift has lasting meaning and ensures that individuals living with a traumatic brain injury receive the help and support they so urgently need.

To learn more about planned giving, please contact: Nora Molina, Executive Director
Phone: 403.217.4228 | Email:

Donate Securities

A donation of securities or mutual funds is the most efficient way to give charitably. Since capital gains taxes don’t apply, our charity receives the full fair market value when the security is sold, and you get a tax receipt that reflects your larger contribution. This allows you to give more and get more.