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In thoughtful tribute

The Foundation offers a variety of way in which individuals,

A gift that honours a life.

A thoughtful contribution to the Foundation is meaningful way to pay tribute to honour the memory of someone. It is a gesture of lasting value. Upon receipt of memorial donations, the Foundation notifies the honouree’s survivors with a remembrance card. Those honoured by a tribute donation are contacted in the same way. The amount of tribute and memorial contributions is always confidential.

A bequest

A bequest is a gift you make through your Will, to support a cause that’s important to you. A properly prepared Will provides you with the security of knowing that your possessions and estate will be distributed in line with your personal values and wishes. When planning your Will, it’s important to decide your personal goals and the needs of your beneficiaries.
• a gift of life insurance by naming the Boissevain & Morton Foundation as a beneficiary

Create a legacy by establishing a named memorial fund.

Establish a memorial fund in your will is a great way to share your philanthropic passion in life, or even to honour a loved one.

You can bequest money or an asset in your will to the The Boissevain & Morton Foundation. It is a good way to leave a lasting gift to a cause or charity and ensure your family name or that of a loved one is remembered for years to come.

Ask your solicitor or accountant to contact The Boissevain & Morton Foundation or the nearest Public Trust Office to obtain the appropriate wording to be included in your Will to establish a fund, or to give to charity through The Boissevain & Morton Foundation.

Start a Family Legacy Fund

A minimum of $5,000 is required to establish a named fund. If there are financial constraints, the fund may be opened with an initial contribution of $1,000 with an agreement to build it up to $5,000 within 5 years. Once the fund is over $5000 you can decide to designate your fund to any community organization, Church, etc. or leave as undesignated for community granting purposes. Everytime you make a contribution to the Foundation, no matter size of donation or for what reason it can be added to your Family Fund.

Field of Interest Fund

A Field-of-Interest Funds may be established with the income to be distributed through one or more of the Foundation’s fields-of-interest. Gifts of these kinds give the broad discretion to the Grants Committee to select the organizations that can most effectively achieve the Donor’s charitable intent. Categories include: Sports and Recreation, Beautification, Community Health & Wellness and Education