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Gift of property

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No Canadian should have to face sight loss alone. When people like you create a legacy with a gift of property, CNIB is able to ensure future generations impacted with sight loss will always have somewhere to turn. A gift of property, also called a “gift in kind,” allows you to donate tangible assets like real estate, works of art, or a collection. Your gift can minimize the tax you pay on current income, while supporting people who are blind or partially sighted for generations to come.

By considering a gift of property to CNIB, your impact will make a profound difference in the lives of people with sight loss in your community for a long time to come. 

Please note: It’s always best to consult your lawyer or financial advisor before making a gift of property. If you don’t have a lawyer, we're happy to help you find an experienced professional in your area.

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For more information on planned giving, contact Ruth D'Souza at 1-800-563-2642 ext. 7006 or ruth.dsouza@cnib.ca.

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