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When you join Tides Canada’s monthly giving program, you join a special group of people who care deeply about the environment and social equity. Your monthly gift will support Tides Canada’s unique approach to making lasting change for all Canadians. You can become a monthly donor by setting up a monthly gift online or through direct deposits. You will receive an annual tax receipt for your contribution.
Give stocks, bonds, mutual funds or other publicly-traded securities.
If you have publicly traded securities in your portfolio that would generate a substantial taxable gain if sold, consider donating securities. You will receive a tax receipt for the full market value of the securities at the closing trading price on the day they are received and will not owe capital gains tax on the advantage of the securities from the cost base. Tides Canada will receive the net value of the sale of the securities less brokerage commission. The chart below shows the tax advantage to donating the securities vs. selling the securities and then donating the cash proceeds. In this particular example, you double the tax savings by donating securities directly. To make a gift of securities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Donate Cash Proceeds||Donate Securities Directly|
|Fair market value||$10,000||$10,000|
|Taxable gain||$3,000 (50%)||$0 (0%)|
|Tax credit (assuming 35%)||$3,000||$3,000|
|Tax on gain (at 50%)||$1,500||$0|
To make a donation by wire transfer, please email Chris Little.
There are many ways to leave a legacy to support the work and mission of Tides Canada. They include:
To learn more about making a planned gift or bequest, please contact Melissa Leite.
An honorary or memorial gift is a thoughtful way to honour someone special. Gifts can be made to honour milestones and the passing of a loved one. Once your gift has been received, Tides Canada will send a handwritten note to the honoree or the next of kin to let them know of your thoughtful gift. Please fill out this form and include it with your gift. To learn more about making an honorary or memorial gift, please email Chris Little.