Your donations are an expression of your solidarity and your desire to help children vulnerable to exploitation. On a daily basis, our main fields of action are education, vocational training, physical and psychological health care, access to microcredit and the promotion and defense of human rights. Regardless of the amount of the donation, your contribution is important to us.
You can donate online now on the Zeffy website. It’s simple, safe, and quick.
The Charitable Registration Number is: 896652013RR0001
Which form of planned donations to choose?
The planned donation is part of a charitable gift planning process (immediate or future) that reflects the philanthropic objectives of the donor and takes into account his fiscal, family and personal context.
By making a planned donation to CCI, you perpetuate your desire to help child victims of exploitation while ensuring that your donation has concrete and lasting benefits. Planned giving contributes to the financial stability of CCI in the medium and long term.
The different types of planned donations that entitle you to tax credits:
• The bequest donation
This is the simplest and most common form of planned donation. All you have to do is designate CCI in your will as the beneficiary of property or a sum of money. The testamentary gift can significantly reduce the taxes that will have to be paid by your loved ones during your succession.
• The donation of life insurance
It is also possible to make an organization the beneficiary, in whole or in part, of a life insurance policy. Several options are available to you depending on your goals, your age, and your family obligations.
• Donation of eligible securities (stock exchange listed securities)
Donating publicly traded stocks or bonds is one of the most tax-efficient ways to make a large gift. It is more advantageous to transfer securities directly than to donate the proceeds of the sale of securities.
Fore more informations :
CCI is a partner organization of A Legacy to Share, a planned giving awareness program. You can read the testimony of the president of the organization of A Legacy to Share published in Le Devoir, « No need to be rich to make a planned gift » available here.
We also recommend that you contact your notary, lawyer, accountant or financial advisor before beginning a planned gift process. It is also always important to inform loved ones of your intentions to make a planned gift.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section