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Make a Gift for Conservation

1- Become a monthly donor

2- Make a single donation

3- Give a gift of securities

4- Give Assets

5- Make a legacy gift

6- Give in memory of a loved one

7- Make a gift that lasts forever – to our Endowment Fund

8- Double your gift through employer matching donations

More Information about

Donation Options:

1- Become a Monthly Donor:

Set up a monthly donation to Galiano Conservancy. Making a pre-authorized monthly gift to the Conservancy from your bank account provides a steady, reliable source of conservation funds that will be put to immediate use. Contact us to make arrangements.This is a great option for those who don’t have a lot of ready cash, but still want to help us secure the purchase of these properties by paying off our loans – for as little as a dollar a day.

2- Make a Charitable Donation:

Donations can be specified for certain projects or areas of preferred. You can donate by cash, cheque, or via CanadaHelps online (through our website).

Jenna Falk, our development coordinator, would be pleased to discuss any of these options with you at your convenience. You can contact her at 250-539-2424 or development@galianoconservancy.ca

Please mail to:

Galiano Conservancy Association
RR#1, Sturdies Bay Road
Galiano Island, B.C. V0N 1P0

As a registered charitable organization, the Conservancy provides tax receipts for donations. We encourage all donations over $20 to be made by cheque, if possible, as there is a percentage-based processing fee for online donations.

Our Charitable Registration number is: BN886092998 RR0001

If you prefer, you can donate online through Canada Help’s service by clicking Donate Now.

3- Give a gift of securities:

Ask about making a gift of securities rather than cash/cheque to receive very favourable tax incentives.

4- Give Assets

Give assets, including non-ecological land, to the Conservancy. The fair market value of the gift will be determined, the gift sold, and the funds used by the Conservancy for its programs. Note that gifts of ecological land will be considered differently and may be eligible for tax advantages through the Ecological Gifts program.

5- Make a Legacy Gift

  • Create a legacy gift, such as a bequest, and/or gift of securities, life insurance or land.
  • see our information on legacy gift options.

6- Give in honor of a loved one or special time

Have you thought of honouring someone or commemorating a loved one? When a commemorative donation is made, a card goes to the family, next of kin, or recipient you wish to recognize.

Snapshot Story: When Kate and Keith were getting married in 2007, they decided that instead of gifts they would invite friends to make a donation to the Great Beaver Swamp project. More than $10,000 was donated towards the campaign to buy one of Galiano’s most precious areas. Thank you Kate & Keith! 
(For details see the “In the News” article.)

7- Make a gift that lasts forever – give to the Conservancy’s Endowment Fund at the Vancouver Foundation.

In 2008 the Galiano Conservancy Association established the Galiano Conservancy Association Endowment Fund at the Vancouver Foundation. Donations to this fund will go on giving forever. To give online to this Fund, simply click the link above, check the box “A specific fund held at Vancouver Foundation”, and search for “Galiano”. Our Fund will then pop up and you can specify your gift amount. Thank you for your generosity, every gift is invaluable in supporting our work in perpetuity.

To donate online:

  • Under Step 1, select “A specific fund held at Vancouver Foundation”
  • Type in “Galiano” to find our Endowment on their website

8- Double your donation through employer matching gifts

  • Not sure if your company or organization offers this? Check out a list of businesses registered as offering matching funds
  • Contact your employer and if you’d like, print off this letter about the Conservancy
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