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Gifts through your will

Planned giving is a thoughtful donation process. It gives you the opportunity to maximize the personal benefits of your giving. At the same time, you make a lasting contribution to improving literacy in Canada. A planned gift is a way to combine your personal financial objectives with your charitable giving goals.

When you plan for the future, you may consider naming United for Literacy in your plans. A bequest in your will is a simple way to lower taxes for your estate heirs and is a good philanthropic choice. Whether you have a modest estate or great wealth, a bequest in your will makes a significant impact. You will make a positive impact on the lives of people in Canada for years to come. As well, you can change the terms of your planned gift throughout your lifetime if you wish. 

We can help you build or update your will today for FREE, thanks to a special partnership with Willfora, a free Canadian resource to help make creating or updating a will easier than ever. Willfora allows you to create a legal will online in 20-minutes or less, at no cost to you. Read more about the benefits of planned giving.

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If you would like to inform us of a planned gift or have questions, please contact: 

Kathleen A. Provost 

Vice President, Philanthropy & Communications

1-800-555-6523 ext. 3393

[email protected]

Dr. Margaret Strang Society

Dr. Margaret Strang was United for Literacy's first woman Labourer-Teacher. In 1929, she became part of the "homesteading" program in Northern Ontario.   

People who name United for Literacy (formerly Frontier College) in their wills are part of the Dr. Margaret Strang Society. These people, like the Society's namesake, show dedication to improving literacy in Canada.   

For more information contact us at 1-800-555-6523 ext. 3202.   

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