Planned Gifts - Leaving a Legacy
Planned Gifts are generally funded from a donor’s assets rather than current income. The easiest and most common form of planned gift is a bequest made through a Will. The donor’s estate receives major tax benefits from a charitable bequest.
The exact wording of a bequest is very important. Please contact Karen Flynn, Planned Giving Representative at (613) 233-8428 ext. 225 for bequest wording or more information on other types of planned gifts.
Your plan to make a gift in the future will help the Grace Manor continue its vital mission to care for, unconditionally, all individuals requiring Long Term Care services with dignity and compassion. Help us provide a level of care that has traditionally exceeded the level required by government regulation. Planned gifts received will help us enhance the quality of life and comfort of our residents.
If you are considering a bequest or other planned gift, we strongly recommend that you speak with your family before making a final decision and seek legal and financial advice from your own advisors. Our professional staff is not able to provide specific legal or financial advice to donors.
Please let us know if you already included the Salvation Army Grace Manor in your Will. We would like the opportunity to thank you and invite you to become a member of our “Circle of Hope”. This is our way of recognizing and thanking those who have made a commitment to ensure the best residential care for seniors … from generation to generation. All information will be kept confidential because your privacy is important to us.