As a non-profit organization the TELUS World of Science – Edmonton relies heavily on the gracious support from generous donors and sponsors in order to provide quality educational and outreach programs. By including the science centre in your Last Will and Testament, you will be leaving behind a legacy that will nurture science education in your community for years to come.
LawDepot, a do-it-yourself legal form provider, founded in Edmonton, Alberta, has helped millions of people worldwide to create quality legal documents, and now their Legacy Giving program enables people to earmark gifts through their estate to help their favourite charities.
Your gift can be in the form of a straight donation left in your Last Will and Testament as part of your estate plans, or it can be directed to any one of our programs:
How can I leave a planned gift to TELUS World of Science - Edmonton via my Last Will and Testament?
- Visit LawDepot’s website.
- Fill out the step-by-step questionnaire.
- Select TELUS World of Science – Edmonton from the dropdown menu.
To leave a legacy donation to the science centre in your Last Will and Testament, you will need the following information:
Our Foundation Name: The Edmonton Space & Science Foundation
Our Charitable Registration Number: 10728 3236 RR0001
This will ensure funds are directed appropriately. It is not necessary to let us know in advance that you have made these plans.
We encourage you, the donor, to discuss proposed planned/legacy gifts with an independent financial planner, legal advisor and/or tax advisor of your choice and at your expense, to ensure that you receive a full and accurate explanation of all aspects of the proposed charitable gift.
What can I leave to the science centre in my Last Will?
Many people use planned giving to leave behind financial donations, you may also donate things like:
- Life Insurance