Leave more than a memory

Leaving a planned gift is an investment in the future, a meaningful way of saying that you care about succeeding generations of Islanders. Personal philanthropy through a will can be a way of ensuring that your memory lives on. But a gift can also be a very practical addition to a financial or estate plan when tax issues are taken into consideration – it can significantly reduce the tax burden for your next-of-kin. A financial advisor can show you how planning this type of philanthropic gift can benefit your family after your death.

Choosing to leave a gift from the heart brings meaning, dignity and purpose to a life well lived. Your gift can be your opportunity to participate in the work of the Heart and Stroke Foundation even long after you are gone. Together, we can continue to make a difference.

Click on the links below to learn about the many ways you can leave a planned gift to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Prince Edward Island.

Gifts Made Through your Will     Gifts of Real Estate    Charitable Remainder Trusts    Gifts of Securities     Giving Through Life Insurance

Endowment Gifts    Gifts of RRSPs & RRIFs       Frequently Asked Questions   What will my planned gift pay for?