The London Children’s Museum has recently partnered with Will Power, a national movement to educate Canadians on the power they have to make a difference through their Wills.
Many people believe they can’t support both their loved ones and their favourite cause with their Will. The truth is, just a small percentage of an estate left to charity can have a big impact, while still leaving the majority for loved ones. By choosing to support your charity of choice, you can also reduce and, in some cases, even eliminate the taxes to be paid.
I have chosen to support my community with a gift in my Will to the London Children’s Museum. For over 40 years, children have visited the London Children’s Museum for powerful play experiences. Whether blasting off to outer space or digging up fossils from the past, children visit here to learn about the world around them. Through play, they discover who they are and who they might become. I am proud to support this organization and the families we serve. I know the gift in my Will ensures the London Children’s Museum will continue offering children these powerful play experiences.
If you’d like to learn more, visit our Will Power page. Here you can find more information about how donations help the London Children’s Museum and the families who visit us. While you’re there, have a look at the free resources and tools to learn more about the common myths surrounding gifts in Wills, the potential tax benefits, and more.
If you have any questions about supporting the work of the London Children’s Museum, please contact me at amanda [at] londonchildrensmuseum.ca (amanda[at]londonchildrensmuseum[dot]ca).
Executive Director, London Children’s Museum