There are many ways to make a charitable contribution to St. Mark's College. Gifts and pledges may be tailored to achieve your charitable objective while providing you with significant tax benefits.
Give with a credit card through the CanadaHelps program:
Gifts by Cheque
Gifts of Securities
Gifts can be made with stocks, bonds and mutual funds and can offer extra tax benefits to the donor, as capital gains tax can be eliminated.
Deferred or Planned Gifts
Bequests are a very meaningful way to be part of both the past and the future of St. Mark's College. By naming the College as a beneficiary in your will, it is possible to leave a significant legacy to the College. Your bequest may be for a set dollar amount, a percent or fraction of your estate, or part of the remainder of your estate after other bequests have been settled.
While unrestricted bequests grant St. Mark's College freedom to allocate your support where the need is greatest, some donors may wish to make a restricted bequest to enhance a specific program or cherished project, or establish a new fund such as an endowed scholarship to honor a favorite instructor or family member.
Gifts from Retirement Plan Assets
Assets in tax-deferred retirement plans can be appealing charitable gift to make to St. Mark's College. You can designate the College as the beneficiary of all - or a portion - of your retirement plans. It is recommended that you consult with your legal and financial advisors who can assist you on the most advantageous way to proceed with this gifting option.
You can purchase a life insurance policy with St. Mark's College as the beneficiary or transfer benefits from an existing policy that you may no longer need.
If you have already named St. Mark's College in your estate plans, please let us know so that we can honor you and your gift in our planned giving circle of donors.