Leave a Bequest
Photo: Pierrot Men for Action Against Hunger
Give a gift that matters, even after you’re gone.
There are several ways to leave a gift in your will:
- Leave a specific dollar amount
- Leave a residual request by sharing the remainder of your estate after other payments have occurred
- Leave a contingent bequest by sharing a part of your estate after your other beneficiaries have passed
What are the benefits of leaving a bequest?
- The gift doesn’t cost you anything now
- Support Action Against Hunger Canada into the future
- There is the possibility for an estate tax reduction
- You can make changes to your will at any time
A note on restricted gifts
Today’s needs might not be the same as tomorrow’s. By leaving an unrestricted bequest, you ensure that your gift will be used where needs are the greatest at a given time, and reach those that need it most without delay. If you wish to support a specific geographic area or program, please contact us to discuss your options.
How to leave a bequest
If you would like to leave a planned gift, the bequest must be included in your will using the organization’s legal name and CRA number. Provide the following information to your attorney, or be sure to include the following in your will:
Legal Name: Action Against Hunger ACF (Canada) / Action contre la Faim ACF (Canada)
Address: 500-720 Bathurst St. Toronto, ON M5S 2R4
CRA #: 833634678RR0001
Nonprofit Status: Registered charity under paragraph 149(1)(f) of the Income Tax Act
To notify us of your future gift, or to learn more about leaving a bequest, please contact Zoe Fregoli:
Email email@example.com or call 416-644-1016 x 212