Ways to Give
Estate and Planned Giving
By including the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation as part of your estate plan, you can help to support the critical needs of our community Hospital.
Beverley Brandreth-Carbin has included JBH in her estate plans as a legacy gift from her and her children.
"We're the number one city in Canada," she says. "And no one has a hospital as beautiful. I'm proud that the Brandreth family will continue to support our community hospital."
Past legacy gifts have funded the purchase of critical equipment throughout our Hospital including the Diagnostic Imaging Unit, Emergency Department, Surgery, Maternal and Child Unit and Wellness House.
There are many types of legacy gifts including:
- Wills & Bequests – A gift in your will is one of the most common, and often the simplest legacy gift to make.
- Gift of Securities – When you donate a gift of securities, you eliminate the capital gains tax.
- Gifts of RRSP & RRIFS – Giving retirement assets is easy and tax effective. Make the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation the beneficiary of your RRSP or RRIF and enjoy your retirement savings today.
- Gifts of Insurance - Turn a modest investment now into a substantial contribution later.
Let us thank you
All donors who intend to make a legacy gift have the opportunity to join the Joseph Brant Society. Please know that if you want your gift to remain anonymous, we will always respect your privacy.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Emma Fitzpatrick, Senior Development Officer, Individual Giving
905-632-3737 ext. 5542
Additional Helpful Information
Our legal name and the proper beneficiary for your gift:
Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation
1245 Lakeshore Road
Burlington, ON L7S 0A2
Our Canada Revenue Agency Charitable Business Number:
10271 4151 RR0001
If you are advisor looking for information on making a planned or estate gift to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation, please click here.
Please note that the information provided here is not intended as legal or financial planning advice. When considering a legacy gift, you should always consult your legal advisor, banker, financial planner or your family members.