To discuss your donation and how you can make a difference, please contact Kate Scheurwater at 306-777-6106.
If you would like to mail your donation please download our RPL Donation Form to accompany your donation, and mail it to the address below:
2nd Floor, Central Library
2311 - 12th Avenue
Regina SK S4P 3Z5
Would you like to honour a special person in your life? Make a donation to in honour or in memory of a friend or loved one. Let us know what role the library played for this cherished person. Should you wish to have the honouree or family notified, please provide their contact information.
RPL welcomes legacy gifts such as stocks and securities, bequests, charitable trusts, life insurance and RRSP/RRIFs. We recommend you work with your financial advisor on the best way to leave a Library legacy.
Donating publicly-traded shares is a tax-efficient way to make a donation, and when you transfer publicly traded stocks directly to the library, you pay zero capital gains on the appreciated value.
Often referred to as the "Ultimate Gift," a bequest demonstrates the value and importance you place on the library. We are deeply humbled and honoured by those who include the library in a bequest arrangement.
A bequest can take the form of cash, securities, asset, donation of all or residue of the estate. Charitable receipts up to 100 per cent of net income can be claimed as a charitable donation in the year of death (and preceding year, if necessary). A charitable bequest can produce a considerable tax savings.
A trust may be established using cash, securities, real estate, or other assets. Gifts of real estate by trust are governed by RPL policies and will be reviewed. A charitable remainder trust allows you to support the future of RPL while receiving an immediate tax receipt among other benefits. Check with your legal or financial advisor to determine if this is the right giving option for you.
Insurance policies enable an individual to make a significant, lasting gift to the library, with a minimal outlay of current savings or income.
You may choose to make Regina Public Library the beneficiary, or the beneficiary and owner of an insurance policy. By making the Library the beneficiary of a policy, the estate will be issued a charitable gift receipt provided the policy is included in the Will. A charitable gift receipt will be issued for the policy premiums paid each year.
Many individuals have, as part of their retirement plan, tax-deferred instruments such as RRSPs, RRIFs, or pensions in which Regina Public Library can be named as a beneficiary, either directly on retirement plan documents or named in a will. Donations of a retirement plan can significantly reduce tax for the estate, providing greater assets for any residuary beneficiaries.
Considering donating materials, like books or DVDs? Here are some guidelines to help you with the process.
For more information on any of these options, please contact our Development Office at 306-777-6106 or email@example.com. Thank you for considering giving generously to your public library.
"Thank you for having excellent books and displays available. For years, I visit the library almost every day and in appreciation of the services you provide and my love of reading I wanted to give back to the library." - Elsie
"When choosing the charity to support for our annual gift we chose the Library. The Library is a fantastic resource and is accessible to all members of our community. We are very impressed with the services and programs provided. We especially like the children's programming. The staff are very helpful and friendly - we love to visit." - Deena
Contact the Development Office at 306-777-6106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate $10 or more and receive a charitable tax receipt.
“I’m a proud supporter of RPL. It's a non-negotiable resource— libraries go back 100s of years—where would we be without them?” - Karen
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