Legacy Giving

Make a Lasting Impact

You hold within you the ability to enact change in the lives of youth experiencing homelessness. Imagine leaving behind a legacy infused with hope and transformation, by including a meaningful gift in your Will for Covenant House Vancouver.  

A Will is your way of making a lasting impact on the world, by providing for your loved ones and the causes that matter most to you. A gift to Covenant House Vancouver gives you the unique opportunity to demonstrate your values, and will equip youth with the support they deserve. Your compassion paves the way for these young individuals, and will help guide them towards a future that shines brighter.  

We’ve made creating or updating your Will easier than ever. Covenant House Vancouver has partnered with Willfora, a FREE Will planning resource. This free, online resource empowers you to craft a legally binding Will in just 20 minutes. While there’s no obligation to include a legacy gift to Covenant House Vancouver, we hope that this service satisfies your estate planning objectives, while considering your charitable support. Click here to get started.  

In order to include a gift in your Will to Covenant House Vancouver, you will need our legal name, which is: 
Covenant House Vancouver 
Charitable Registration Number: 89767 5625 RR0001 
You can also print our downloadable one-page form to bring to your legal advisor.  

Other Ways to Leave Your Legacy

There are many ways to support young people through Covenant House Vancouver. Some of these gift options include:  

  • Naming Covenant House Vancouver as a beneficiary of a registered savings plan, such as an RRIF or RRSP  
  • Giving a gift of securities (stocks/shares)  

We would be happy to talk with you if you would like more information on these options.

For more information about Legacy Giving at Covenant House Vancouver, please contact:

Celia Campos
Manager, Legacy Giving

Disclaimer: Please note that none of the information on this site constitutes legal or accounting advice. You should always consult your own financial and legal advisers before making a decision.