“Tell the rich in the present age not to be proud and not to rely on so uncertain a thing as wealth but rather on God, who richly provides us with all things for our enjoyment. Tell them to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous, ready to share, thus accumulating as treasure a good foundation for the future, so as to win the life that is true life.”
Make a Donation
With our secure online donation form, it’s easy to support the Cathedral Restoration Project through one-time or monthly, recurring gift payments. Based on the amount of your contribution, your gift may be made in regular payments over a period up to 30 months. Many people choose this option with payments spread over multiple years in order to achieve a greater impact for their gifts.
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Other Ways to Give
Since construction of the Cathedral began in 1853, generous donors have allowed the Cathedral to remain a beacon on Saint John’s city skyline. You’ll become part of the global community helping to preserve one of Canada’s heritage treasures.
All donations are important to the Cathedral Heritage Foundation. Whatever you choose to donate, it will make an impact and we would be grateful for your support.
You may make a contribution to the Cathedral Heritage Foundation in a number of ways, including gifts of cash, cheques, and through our secure online service. Some donors choose to make their gifts as pledges over time to achieve a greater impact. Memorial gift opportunities are available for individual or family commemoration which allows our donors to leave a lasting legacy.
Gifts of appreciated securities, life insurance and bequests by trust or living will are also a wonderful way to ensure our heritage endures.
An endowment fund will provide for future unforeseen capital costs and ensure that the Cathedral and its ministries and services endure.
Stocks, bonds or mutual fund shares that have appreciated can have an immediate impact and can create an income tax deduction for you based on their current value. Donating shares or mutual funds is currently one of the smartest ways to give in Canada. When you donate shares to a charity, there is no capital gains tax on any benefit received from the sale of these securities.
If you wish to make a gift of stock or donate listed securities to the Cathedral Restoration Project, please instruct your broker to contact Ms. Bev Mosher at ScotiaMcLeod 1-506-631-3115 or 1-800-416-1400. We have a Letter of Direction which you can use to make a donation of securities. For additional information, you may contact the Cathedral Restoration Office.
We strongly encourage you to seek advice from your professional financial or tax advisor before deciding upon any charitable gift using personal assets.
You may donate to the project by making the “Cathedral Restoration Project” of the Cathedral Heritage Foundation the owner and beneficiary of your insurance policy.
We have been blessed to have received many generous gifts from individuals who included us in their estate plans. Remembering the Cathedral Restoration Project and the Cathedral Heritage Foundation in your will is the most common form of planned giving. Here are some of the ways to achieve this:
- bequests by will or living trust
- charitable remainder trusts
- charitable lead trusts
- charitable gift annuities
- beneficiary benefits from RRSPs, pensions, or financial instruments
A number of memorial opportunities are available for individual commemoration which will allow you to leave a lasting legacy. Contact us for details.
For additional information regarding contributions or memorial giving options, please contact:
Cathedral Heritage Foundation
One Bayard Drive
Saint John, NB
E2L 3L5 CANADA
Gifts to the Cathedral Restoration Project and the Cathedral Heritage Foundation are tax deductible as allowed by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Please contact your tax or financial advisor with specific questions regarding tax deductibility.
All donors will be acknowledged in a permanent manner within the Cathedral, at the discretion of the donor.