Make a Long-Term Gift to the United Church of Canada Foundation
Build a strong foundation for the United Church of Canada
Long-term gifts to the United Church of Canada Foundation, including bequests and endowments, create lasting change in the United Church. People who make long-term gifts to the Foundation have provided stable, dependable support for their congregations, funded the building of a non-profit housing complex, and supported peace and justice work as well as the Mission & Service of the Church.
Connect with the Foundation
We are here to talk to you and help you decide how to make a meaningful contribution to the ministry and work you love. Call the Foundation office at 1-866-340-8223, or fill the form out below.
Plan your long-term, significant gifts
Most long-term gifts pledged to the Foundation take the form of endowments or bequests in your will. Including the Foundation in your will is a powerful, meaningful way for your legacy to contribute to the continuation and growth of the ministries you love most, while creating an endowment fund will ensure that there will be support for individuals and organizations that are aligned with your causes and beliefs for years to come. Find more information about how to plan your long-term gifts by clicking the boxes to the right.
First set up in 1994 with an initial gift of $100, the Anna Jentzsch-Bill Endowment Bursary now provides annual awards of up to $5,000 to women in lay, ordained, or diaconal ministry in their theological studies, continuing education, or other professional development activities.
Find a home for your gifts
What do you want to accomplish with your giving? Do you want to build or strengthen communities of faith? Is seeking environmental justice important to you? Or, do you hope to create new youth and young adult ministry opportunities in your church? Whatever your passion, the Foundation can help you support the ministries that matter the most to you. Explore our established ministry funds, or contact us to talk about creating opportunities to support new causes, groups, and regions.