THANK YOU for considering a legacy gift to Montreal City Mission.
Your outright gift or future legacy gift will help keep the ministry of Montreal City Mission (MCM) vital and fresh for generations to come. Very simply, a legacy or planned gift is any gift you make with forethought about the benefits to MCM and the financial implications to you. Legacy gifts would usually be donated from your accumulated resources or assets, but such gifts may also come out of current income
Creating Your Gift – The Choice Is Yours
There are many ways to make a gift to Montreal City Mission:
Gifts that help MCM immediately are:
- Public securities
- Gifts that will help MCM in the future include:
- Charitable Gift Annuities
- Life Insurance
- Registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs); registered retirement income funds (RRIFs), or Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA)
- Named Endowments
- Gifts of Residual Interest
Income Tax Incentives for Savings to You
The Federal Government encourages gifts to charitable organizations such as MCM by offering meaningful tax relief for charitable givers
We are here to help
We are currently working with the United Church of Canada’s Financial Development Officer, Paul Sales, to develop our Legacy Program. Together with Paul, we welcome the opportunity to meet with you and your family to discuss your beliefs and values, and how legacy giving can serve both your current needs and estate planning wishes.
Former MCM Director and much loved colleague and friend, Roger Snelling, passed away peacefully at home in Ottawa on December 14th, 2013.
Roger was an exceptional and unique individual, whose passion for social justice was only surpassed by his integrity and authenticity. Roger worked tirelessly to change things in the present and plan a better future for all.
Part of that planning was a generous bequest he left Montreal City Mission in his will.
is rich and diverse and will continue to make an impact for years to come.
Roger was such a highly motivated dedicated activist who touched so many of our lives. He was tenacious and was guided by his faith and social justice values. He was a great administrator and problem solver. He was a dreamer who realized that dreams announce the possibility of another reality. He was a visionary who led his life knowing that from a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back - a point that must be reached if we are going to participate in creating a more just world.
Lance Evoy (former MCM board member and colleague in the field of alternative investment / micro credit)