Leave A Legacy

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Thank you for considering a planned gift to Food for the Poor Canada. A gift in will or other planned gift is a powerful gesture and allows us to continue our legacy of building strong and prosperous communities through basic aid and sustainable community development across the Caribbean and Latin America.

Over the last 11 years, Food For The Poor Canada has built 32 schools, trained over 100 teachers, built 90 homes and has shipped over $28,000,000 in medical, food and educational donations to communities in the Caribbean and Latin America. Your contribution ensures that we work to transform communities with sustainable and impactful projects in perpetuity.

Even if your financial and philanthropic goals are clear, there are a number of options to allow you to realize your philanthropic impact. We can help you create a plan that leads to a powerful gift to Food for the Poor Canada while also providing benefits to you and your family. We are available and can answer any questions you have about leaving a legacy gift and collaborate to determine the best opportunities to empower and support communities with food, housing, education, health and livelihood both now and in the future.

Our advice should just be one part of your process. Please speak with your family and your advisor about your plans, then let us know how we can help. We are able to accept gifts in will (bequests), life insurance, securities, RRSPs/RRIFs; and these gifts can be designated. We are happy to provide sample wording and other documentation to ensure your gift delivers the impact you hope to achieve in the area of our work that is most important to you, while also allowing us to thank you during your lifetime.







Legal name: Food for the Poor of Canada Inc.

Charitable business number: 890759970 RR0001
Primary Address: 1235 Bay St, Suite 700, Toronto ON M5R 3K4 Canada


Samantha Mahfood, Executive Director
Phone: 416 921 4008
Email: samantham@foodforthepoor.ca