You can make a difference for the future of land conservation in Canada and for the future of generations of Canadians by including a gift in your Will to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).
Your gift can be tailored to your personal, financial and tax circumstances and we can work with you and your advisors to make sure your wishes can be met and are consistent with NCC's conservation goals.
To begin this conversation, please contact Marcella Zanella, director, planned giving toll-free at 1-800-465-0029 ext. 276 or in Toronto at 416-932-0050 ext. 276. You may also email us at email@example.com or complete the Planned Giving Information Request Form.
If you already have arranged a gift in your Will or another planned gift for the Nature Conservancy of Canada, please let us know by kindly completing the Planned Gift Confirmation Form today.
- Gift in a Will
With a few words in your Will you can help create a legacy of Canadian nature for our children and grandchildren to enjoy.
- Life Insurance
A gift that allows you to make a significant donation for a relatively small cost.
- Gifts of RRSP or RRIF
Naming NCC as the beneficiary of the funds is one of the most tax-efficient types of donations and easy to arrange.
You can support NCC's work with a current gift and increase, usually tax-free, your annual income.
- Charitable Remainder Trust
Arrange your legacy gift now and receive an immediate tax receipt while enjoying the interest income or use of the gifted asset for life.
- Nature Legacy Society - Donor Spotlight
Join the more than 1,000 donors who have already named the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) as a gift recipient in their estate plans. These donors belong to NCC’s Nature Legacy Society.
For more information, you can reach us toll-free at 1-800-465-0029 ext. 5 or email us at planned.giving [at] natureconservancy.ca.
The information provided on these pages is general in nature and not intended to be a substitute for professional legal or financial planning advice. NCC encourages all donors who are planning a significant gift to seek independent legal and/or financial planning advice.