The vast majority of people who visit this page make an online donation.

 

Whether you want to become a monthly donor or to give one time you can

 

Donate online here

 

To become a monthly donor via automatic withdrawals fill out this form and mail it to us together with a void cheque. All information remains confidential, and changes can be made anytime, hassle-free.

 

Monica and Jeffrey, long-time supporters of CFSC's work for justice and peace

Monica and Jeffrey, long-time supporters of CFSC’s work for justice and peace.


 
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Mailed-in Donations

Please make your cheque or money order payable to “Canadian Friends Service Committee” and mail to:

Canadian Friends Service Committee
60 Lowther Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 1C7
 
 


Canadian Friends Service Committee is a Canadian Registered Charity under The Income Tax Act. Charitable receipts are issued for donations over $10.00. Our charitable number is 13214 6549 RR0001. For more information, visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.
 
 

Donations of Securities

Stocks, bonds, etc. enjoy significant tax benefits over cash donations. To learn more about how to make such a contribution, contact Jennifer Preston at 416-920-5213.
 
 

Making a Bequest

Bequests leave a legacy of support. Many people chose to make bequests to charities when they wish to make a major gift while retaining their assets during their lifetime.
 
Types of Bequests
The simplest form is a “specific bequest”, which is a clause in your will that leaves a specified asset or amount of funds to the Canadian Friends Service Committee.
 
A “residual bequest” is what is left after specific items, fees, and taxes have been paid. A residual bequest can be a percentage of the amount left in the estate or the entire amount.
 
A “residual bequest subject to life interest” is when the Canadian Friends Service Committee is the ultimate beneficiary after other beneficiaries have had use of the income from the estate during their lifetime.
 
“Contingency bequests” specify that the Canadian Friends Service Committee will be a beneficiary in the event of a prior death of other beneficiaries.
 
This information is very general. We encourage you to consult with a lawyer in the preparation of your Will and for specific wording that meet your intentions with regards to making a bequest.
 
If you have questions or need help in donating to CFSC, email us at info@quakerservice.ca, or give us a call at 416-920-5213.