CPAWS Café | How planned giving can help you leave a legacy of nature
Many loyal CPAWS Ottawa Valley supporters donate because they want to protect our wilderness, not only for themselves but for all the future generations to come.
Making a planned gift is more than an opportunity to give one last time to a charity you love – it’s an opportunity to leave a legacy of values.
Anyone can make a bequest. The amount doesn’t matter. Supporting the world you’d like to see is what counts.
Join us Monday, November 22, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. for a discussion on planned giving. We’ll go over the basic mechanisms and considerations involved in making a planned gift.
You’ll also hear from Oliver Kent, a long-time supporter, on his motivations and experiences of setting up a planned gift for CPAWS. Most importantly, you’ll learn how you can make sure a planned gift to CPAWS will support the area or campaign you care about most.
CPAWS Ottawa Valley envisions a Canada that values nature for its own sake, for its life-sustaining qualities, and for its importance in the fight against climate change. The right areas need to be protected, defended, and effectively managed to sustain the nature within them for the well-being of current and future generations while working in a way that respects the sovereignty and leadership of Indigenous nations. Canada has 9% of the world’s forests, so we have an immense role to play in tackling climate change and biodiversity loss. Can there be any better legacy than that?
This CPAWS Café will be held in English, but we invite questions during the Q+A portion in both English and French.