Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

Planned Giving:


Leave a lasting legacy by giving through a bequest of cash or a percentage of your estate as defined in your will.  You may contribute to a specific program of SCI Alberta or simply designate to "where most needed."


Thank you for helping Spinal Cord Injury Alberta fund our continued mission to be an efficient and effective service provider.


By making a planned gift you will enjoy significant tax benefits while making an important contribution to assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.


Your gift may become part of your overall financial and estate planning. Some planned gifts are deferred, which means that you commit now to a gift that Spinal Cord Injury Alberta will receive in the future. Other gifts provide us with funds immediately.


  • Bequests/Gifts

Leave a donation to Spinal Cord Injury Alberta in your will.

  • Charitable gift annuities

Provide a significant gift to Spinal Cord Injury Alberta while providing personal income in your lifetime.

  • Charitable remainder trusts and residual interest gifts

Provide a significant gift to Spinal Cord Injury Alberta through a trust - receive the income from the trust and immediate tax relief. Retain the enjoyment of your home or valuable artwork for your lifetime and receive a tax receipt today.

  • Endowment gifts

Leave a legacy - create an endowment gift for Spinal Cord Injury Alberta that honours yourself or a loved one.  This endowment fund will be created for the long-term sustainability of SCI Alberta, so these funds will not be designated and can be used in the area of greatest need.

  • Gifts of life insurance

An affordable way to make a larger gift to Spinal Cord Injury Alberta.

  • Gifts of publicly traded securities

Make a gift to Spinal Cord Injury Alberta and reduce your capital gains taxes by donating stocks, bonds or mutual funds.


For more information on donations to SCI Alberta, please contact Spinal Cord Injury Alberta at 780-424-6312 or edmonton@sci-ab.ca.