Invest in UCC
Gifts to the UCC Fund
The UCC Fund is the engine that drives so many programs and has a huge impact on the day-to-day experience of the boys. Contributing is a great way to support UCC’s highest priorities.
For more information please contact Joanne Weedmark, Manager, Annual Giving, at 416.488.1125 x2000 or email@example.com.
Gifts of Stock and Appreciated Securities
Many people who own stock that has appreciated over the years are concerned about paying a large capital gains tax when they sell. A good alternative is to contribute that stock to UCC, turning a potential tax bill into a tax deduction.
For instructions on making gifts of stock or appreciated securities, please view this document. You may also contact Joanne Weedmark, Manager, Annual Giving, at 416.488.1125 x2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporate Matching Gifts
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Gifts in Memoriam and in Honour of
These gifts provide lasting recognition for family, friends or colleagues or to mark special occasions such a graduation, birthday, wedding or anniversary.
In both cases, these gifts convey a depth of emotion and a sense of connection to the recipient. UCC takes special care with such gifts. The donor is sent an acknowledgement letter and the recipient is notified in writing. Dollar amounts are not revealed, only the sentiment. For gifts that memorialize a passing, the family is notified.
By making such a gift, you not only memorialize and honour those who deserve recognition, but you invest in the future of a community with which the gift recipient has a strong and positive association.
For more information please contact Joanne Weekmark, Manager, Annual Giving, at 416.488.1125 x2000 or email@example.com.
Gifts-in-Kind or Gifts of Personal Property
The acceptance of gifts-in-kind is made on a case-by-case basis. The primary criterion is that the gift furthers the school’s mission. The school is legally prohibited from appraising gifts of personal property. For donations worth $1,000 or more, the donor must provide an independent third-party appraisal from a qualified professional.
For more information, please contact Michelle Golfman, Senior Development Officer, at 416.488.1125 x2229 or MGolfman@ucc.on.ca.
Would you like to commemorate a special teacher, family member or classmate? A named, endowed fund allows donors to recognize the special role UCC has played in their lives. The College currently has about 220 named funds. The stories about the funds’ creation are often poignant and compelling. Perhaps you are an alumni who wishes to memorialize a parent or friend. Maybe you’d like to celebrate a classmate’s memory by offering educational opportunities to future students. Each endowed gift to UCC provides a unique legacy.
The minimum gift to endow a scholarship or prize fund is $100,000. Please contact Carly Ely in the Office of Advancement at 416.488.1125 x2233 or CEly@ucc.on.ca.
You can include Upper Canada College in your estate plans through bequests, charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts. Consider the following options as you begin to plan for your future legacy.
Bequests: This gift, made through your will, is the most common type of planned gift. Arranged today, a bequest is not paid to UCC until after your death. You can give a specific sum, or property, or a percentage of your estate.
Life Insurance: A gift of life insurance is a simple and thoughtful way to make a gift to UCC. Insurance allows you to make a modest gift now for a significant gift in the future.
Charitable Gift Annuities: This is the gift that keeps on giving. Charitable gift annuities enable you to make an immediate gift to the College and receive guaranteed income for life.
Charitable Remainder Trusts and Gifts of Residual Interest: This gift is invested to give you an ongoing income with the capital going to UCC upon death. Residual interest gifts allow you to donate the asset today (residence, art, investment property) and enjoy the use of it for the rest of your life with the gift going to UCC upon death.
Visit the Planned Giving section for more information or contact Jennifer Singer, Senior Development Officer, at 416.488.1125 x2234, 1.800.822.5361 or JSinger@ucc.on.ca.