Your gift becomes part of a permanent endowment fund that will support the 4-H Ontario program forever.
Your donation responds to needs that are current and relevant.
Your gift results in tax savings for you and your estate.
You are making a fiscally responsible investment. We are able to minimize costs by pooling funds for investment and administrative costs. We take care of all the administrative and grant making activities in order to save you
precious time and money
Our volunteer Board of Trustees share your interests in supporting 4-H Ontario
and effectively direct the activities of the Foundation.
Gift of Cash
With gifts of cash, you have the immediate satisfaction of seeing your gift at work. This is the simplest way to give and you receive a donation receipt for the full amount.
Gift of Securities
With a gift of stocks, bonds, mutual funds or employee stock option shares, you will receive a donation receipt for the market value of the securities on the date of transfer to the Foundation. The taxable gain on gifted securities transferred in-kind is 0%.
Gift of Life Insurance
A gift of life insurance can make a large impact at a modest cost. By naming the Ontario 4-H Foundation as owner and beneficiary of the policy, you receive a donation receipt for
the policy’s cash value and any future premiums you pay. You may wish to consider one of these means:
Leaving a gift in your will is the most common form of planned giving. You retain full control of your assets and your estate receives a donation receipt that can be used to reduce income tax payable by the estate.
Gifts of Real Estate or Other Assets
Real estate or other assets, such as privately-held companies or works of art, may also be given to the Ontario 4-H Foundation. A donation receipt will be issued for the fair market value of the gift.
Gifts of Residual Interest
When donating real estate, for example, you can retain the use of the property for life with a gift of residual interest. You will receive a donation receipt for the present value of the gift that can be used to offset tax on associated capital gains. The gifted asset is not subject to probate.