Gift of RRSP / RRIF

 Did you know you can designate KidsAbility as a beneficiary of your Registered Retirement Income Fund?

Your registered retirement funds are amongst the heavily taxed assets that you own – but they don’t have to be. Decide today to have the proceeds of your funds handled as a gift to benefit children and youth in your community.

By naming KidsAbility Foundation as the designated beneficiary of your registered retirement saving plan (RRSP) or registered retirement income fund (RRIF):

  • Proceeds from your funds are handled as a charitable donation,
  • Proceeds from your funds pass directly to the beneficiary and not through your estate,
  • You receive a tax receipt from KidsAbility Foundation which helps to offset estate taxes.

A direct beneficiary designation of your RRSP or RRIF is simple and easy to do by requesting the appropriate form from your advisor. For more information on how you can make an impact this way the experts at BDO can help at www.bdo.ca.

To help you in your planning we offer Sample Bequest Wording and a Letter of Intention to help guide you through the process. If you have any questions about leaving a gift of this type, I invite you to connect with me.

Heather Curran

Development Manager, Leadership and Planned Giving
519-886-8886 ext.1399

Disclaimer: The information provided is general in nature and is not intended as a substitute for professional, legal, or financial planning advice. KidsAbility Foundation encourages donors to consultant a professional advisor when planning a legacy gift.

Charitable Business Number: 89094 3673 RR0001