When you donate to the Canadian Diabetes Association’s Endowment Fund, your gift will generate revenue for the CDA forever.

An endowment fund is an investment that is set aside for the long-term support of the Canadian Diabetes Association. A portion of the annual income that the fund generates is used to support important diabetes research. The remaining income is reinvested in the fund to ensure that the original capital is protected against the effects of inflation.

How it works

  1. You make a gift of cash, stocks, bonds or mutual funds to the CDA.
  2. You receive a tax receipt for the full amount of your gift.
  3. Your donation is added to the endowment fund, which holds an accumulation of donations from other endowment fund donors.
  4. The endowment fund is invested under the direction of the CDA’s investment policy.
  5. Each year, a specific percentage of the income earned on the fund is used to support diabetes research. The balance of the income earned is reinvested.
  6. The original amount of your gift is never spent – only the income earned is used.
  7. Your gift is a lasting legacy that will generate income for the CDA in perpetuity.

For more information, please contact: Ericka Tovey, Director, Donor Marketing & Relations, 1-800-BANTING (226-8464) x7040 or planned.giving@diabetes.ca.

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