Give The Gift of Securities

Give the
Gift of Securities

Donate Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds

Why Donate Securities?

When you make a gift of securities to Partners In Health Canada, you’re joining the fight for global health equity that has immediate impact. By donating publicly traded securities, you eliminate the capital gains tax that you’d have to pay if you sold the securities and then donated the proceeds. You will also receive a charitable tax receipt for the full market value of the securities based on the closing price the date they are transferred*. PIH will receive the full value of the securities, allowing your donation to help save lives around the world.

Securities can include, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, flow through shares and employee stock options. You can give now, or as part of your estate and will planning, significantly reducing the taxes payable by your estate.

Giving Securities is Easy

  • Talk to your financial advisor: Consult your financial advisor to determine which investments make the most financial and philanthropic impact
  • Complete the transfer form: Ask your broker to electronically transfer your securities to Partners In Health by downloading and completing this securities transfer form.
  • Receive a charitable receipt: Once the transfer is initiated be sure to get in touch so we know you made your gift, can provide your tax receipt, and we can share our gratitude.

*It is Partners In Health’s policy that all shares are sold as soon as possible after they have been received.

    How Your Gift Helps

    Partners In Health works in remote places where health care is limited or barely exists. Your gift will helps us accomplish our collective vision and mission. This includes:

    Nurse Maloney Ts’oeunyane conducts a pediatric checkup at Nkau for Maseleta Mosotho’s six-week-old son Thabeleng.

PIH's Nkau Health Center in Mohale's Hoek District, Lesotho.
    Every year we provide free, comprehensive medical care to hundreds of thousands of women and children...
    We hire and train community health workers to help patients overcome obstacles to health care and...
    We treat patients and run education and prevention campaigns to control cholera, Ebola and HIV/AIDS.