Leave a Legacy

Leave a legacy of hope and transformation with a gift in your will to Covenant House Vancouver.

Make a Lasting Impact

Each of us has the ability to make a difference in the lives of homeless youth. Leave a legacy of hope and transformation with a gift in your will to 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 a unique opportunity to demonstrate your values and your belief that our youth deserve a second chance. It is caring people like you that give us the privilege of walking alongside our youth on their journeys away from life on the streets and towards a brighter future.

Covenant House Vancouver has partnered with the Canadian Free Wills Network to allow Covenant House Vancouver supporters the opportunity to prepare their Will at no cost to themselves. If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact Celia Campos at ccampos@covenanthousebc.org. Please click here for more information on Canadian Free Wills Network.

We recommend speaking with your financial advisor or lawyer to start preparing your will, or to add a gift in your existing will to Covenant House. In order to include a gift in your will to Covenant House Vancouver, you will need to give your legal professional 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 help the future of at-risk and homeless youth. Some of these gift options include:

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.