A donation of securities or mutual funds is the most efficient way to support World Animal Protection
With a gift of securities, the capital gains tax does not apply, allowing you to give more at no extra cost. You receive a double tax benefit with the elimination of the capital gains tax along with a charitable tax receipt for your donation. A gift of securities, therefore, benefits you more than giving cash and allows you to make a larger gift.
This is a great way to show your commitment and belief that every animal deserves a life worth living, that World Animal Protection can find long-term sustainable solutions to stop animal exploitation, cruelty and suffering.
To make a donation of securities please download our securities transfer form using the link below and follow the instructions outlined on the form:
Complete your gift of securities today through CanadaHelps online form:
CanadaHelps Securities transfer form
The benefits of donating securities
- Allows you to amplify the impact of your gift
- You pay no tax on the capital gains that have accumulated on the securities
- You receive a charitable tax receipt for your donation
Information on donating securities
“Leaving a gift to World Animal Protection in my Will is a powerful way to cast my vote for the type of world I want to see. With an international scope, the political change it works to bring about to end cruel practices, the successes it has had (i.e. ending bear bile practices in Vietnam), and the practical work they do for animals in need now, I believe that my gift makes a real difference. For people and animals, today and well into the future.”
Get in touch with us
We would be happy to speak with you about your options and the impact your gift will have on protecting the animals you love.
For more information on gifts of securities, please contact:
Tiffany Oliveira, Donor Relations Manager
416 369 0044 x122 or email@example.com
*If you are thinking about transferring assets that have appreciated, you should seek expert advice from a tax specialist, your broker or qualified financial adviser.