Arrange your donation today and feel good knowing your gift will help The Royal Conservatory tomorrow.
Since 1886, The Royal Conservatory has been making a difference in the lives of thousands of Canadians across the country. It is our mission to develop human potential through leadership in music and arts education.
You can support the work of The Conservatory, fulfill your charitable goals, and achieve the best tax savings possible by making a legacy gift or a planned gift.
We invite you to leave a legacy and incorporate giving into your financial and estate planning.
Your planned gift will strengthen the long-term financial security of The Conservatory and will ensure we have the resources necessary to provide the best music and arts education possible — today, tomorrow, and forever.
There are many ways to plan a gift to The Conservatory, with some options providing greater tax savings, income, and other benefits.
Did you know:
- You can make a gift that costs you nothing during your lifetime.
- You can make a gift that leaves your cash flow and current financial planning unchanged.
- You do not have to use cash to make your gift; you can make your gift with publicly traded securities instead.
- You can give an asset you no longer need or want.
Planning your gift is an affordable way to make a significant contribution to The Royal Conservatory without impacting cash flow, lifestyle, or family security.
You can make a future gift with your estate, or you can make immediate gifts by leveraging and maximizing assets that you already own. Legacy and planned gifts can be expendable or endowed.
We would be pleased to speak with you over the phone or meet with you in person to discuss how you can be part of our mission to transform human potential through music and arts education. Please contact: Brian Quinn, Development Officer, at 416.408.2824 x457 or [email protected].
Find an option that best suits your own personal needs. Legacy and planned gifts come in many forms and include:
For more information, please contact Brian Quinn, Development Officer, at 416-408-2824 x 457 or [email protected].