Other Ways to Give
Ways to collaborate with LSF
- Donation of Funds. Help support LSF in delivering ESD programs to teachers and youth. Your donation can be directed to support a specific project or can be provided to enhance all LSF program activities. See our Individual Giving and Corporate Giving pages. Funds can be donated in cash, as well as using securities (shares, employee stock options, and mutual funds). See Ways to Provide Financial Support for more information.
- Volunteer Programs. LSF can create a volunteer opportunity for employees in one of our existing programs, or through the creation of a new program. This form of support is typically combined with a cash donation which is used to develop or support the program.
- In-Kind Donations. The delivery of our programs utilize various resources, including supplies for Youth Forums (i.e. food, facilities, printing, travel costs) and the implementation of Action Projects (i.e. green technologies, building supplies, landscaping materials, computers, etc.) Other in-kind donations are those that support the running of the LSF office and travel costs.
Cash Donations help support Learning for a Sustainable Future in delivering education for sustainable development programs to teachers and youth. Your donation can be directed to support a specific projects or can be provided to enhance all of LSF program activities.
2. Donating Securities (shares, employee stock options and mutual funds)
Donating securities to Learning for a Sustainable Future provides excellent tax benefits when making your charitable gift since you pay no tax on the capital gain, as well as receiving a charitable gift tax receipt for the full amount of the donation. Learn more about donating securities.
3. Charitable Will Bequest
A charitable will bequest is a gift that is made through your will. You can choose to leave Learning for a Sustainable Future a pre-determined sum of money or a percentage of your estate.
4. Life Insurance
Life Insurance is a creative way to donate to Learning for a Sustainable Future. You can give a new policy, an existing policy or simply name Learning for a Sustainable Future as the beneficiary.
RRSP/RRIFcan be donated to Learning for a Sustainable Future by simply changing the beneficiary information on the plan document and advising the institution holding your retirement account of the change.
For more information on becoming a donor, please contact: Elaine Rubinoff by phone (416) 327 2032 or by email at email@example.com
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Learning for a Sustainable Future makes every effort to keep the donor information current on its website. Donors are encouraged to access the information on the Canada Revenue Agency website before making a gift to Learning for a Sustainable Future. Learning for a Sustainable Future also encourages donors to consult with professional tax and legal advisors prior to making a gift that is complex in nature (non-cash gifts). All illustrations provided on this website are to be taken as examples only and will not necessarily form the basis of a gift agreement.
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