Earn tax credits now
You may be eligible to receive tax receipts for premiums or for the market value of your policy.
Make more impact
Give more than otherwise possible. A gift of life insurance allows you to make a substantial gift without affecting the value of your estate.
Choose your cause
Support the University priority that sparks your interest. You decide if you want to support students, fund critical research or invest in another project.
Surrender an existing policy
Put an old investment to good use. Transfer a life insurance policy that you no longer need to McGill. You’ll get a charitable receipt for its fair market value, and/or tax receipts for all future premiums.
Purchase a new policy
Purchase a policy and name McGill as owner and beneficiary. You’ll receive tax receipts for all premiums, and the University will use the proceeds to support the cause you’ve selected.
Designate McGill as a beneficiary
Support both McGill and your loved ones. You can designate McGill as one of the beneficiaries on your policy. There is no suggested minimum gift level: every contribution makes a difference.
Have you included McGill in your estate plans?
Please let us know. Completing a simple form helps McGill ensure your estate plans are carried out, and allows us to express our appreciation during your lifetime.
1. Information on this site is of a general nature and not intended to constitute financial or legal advice. Please consult your income tax, financial and/or legal advisors before arranging a planned gift.
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Donating online is simple and secure. Just fill in our digital form, specifying which area you wish to support.
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