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Leave a gift in your will

Including Humanity & Inclusion in your will is a generous, intelligent act and is easier than you think!

Nishan, 13, is living at the east part of Nepal (close to biratnagar). He had to be amputated after a road accident with a truck when he was 5 years.

Nishan, 13, is living at the east part of Nepal (close to biratnagar). He had to be amputated after a road accident with a truck when he was 5 years. | © Prasiit Sthapit / HI

What will your legacy be?

Legacies in the form of planned giving ensure that your generosity reaches generations to come, while you and your family enjoy the benefits of smart financial planning. Such a gift could be your most powerful and lasting legacy, stretching your generosity to marginalized groups the moment help is needed. 

To request more information, click here. We will be in touch to discuss what planned giving could mean for you!

Bequest

A simple way to establish your legacy is to designate Humanity & Inclusion as a beneficiary of your will and trust. You can do this by naming a specified dollar amount or asset, or even a percentage of your estate, in your estate plan.

Speak to your professional advisor and ask them how you can include us in your will. A sample statement would be as follows:

“I hereby bequeath to Handicap International Canada - Humanity & Inclusion (Charity number 88914 7401 RR0001) the amount of ... (or percentage of the remainder of my estate).”

Other examples of planned giving:

  • Retirement Savings Plan
  • Life Insurance

Contact us

Simply contact us here or at (514) 908-2813.

Humanity & Inclusion Canada
50, Saint-Catherine West
Suite 500b
Montreal, H2X 3V4

Charity number: 88914 7401 RR0001

 
 

The Will Power campaign

Humanity & Inclusion has partnered with Will Power, a national movement to educate Canadians on the power they have to make a difference through their Wills.

Will Power is a national public education campaign designed to inspire Canadians to think differently about charitable giving, and empower them to create positive change through their Wills.