Give a Gift of Securities

Transform lives today with a Gift of Securities

When you give a gift of appreciated securities by December 18th, you’ll give hope and healing to children living with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world.

By donating mutual funds, stocks and other securities, you’ll save on taxes while giving more generous gifts. And greater gifts mean more life-changing support for children, families and communities caught in the cycle of poverty and disability.

You’ll receive a receipt for the full market value of your donation and will pay no taxes on capital gains.

Transform lives by lifting families out of poverty today and for years to come.

For more information on donating a gift of securities, please phone us at
1-800-567-2264 ext. 250.

Before: Four-month-old Jabez was born with a cleft lip and struggled to eat.

After: Thanks to donors like you, little Jabez was able to have corrective surgery at our partner hospital in Uganda.

How to give a gift of securities

1.     Download Form

2. Send one copy of the form to your broker.

3. Your broker will forward the form to your banking institution and initiate the transfer.

Hope and Healing International

4. Send one copy to Hope and Healing International’s Finance Department.

Mail: 1600 16th Ave, Unit 1, Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 4N6
Scan and Email: finance@hopeandhealing.org

5. The transfer will be accepted on behalf of Hope and Healing International. Give by December 18th, and it will be receipted for this tax year.

6. We will contact you with the closing value for your charitable receipt.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does it take to make a gift of securities?

  • Gifts of stock/shares take a few days.
  • Gifts of mutual fund units can take up to several weeks.
  • Give before December 18th to reduce your income tax.

2. What publicly-listed securities can I give to Hope and Healing International?

  • A stock or share, debt obligation or anything right-listed on a designated stock exchange (Canadian or foreign)
  • A share of the capital stock of a mutual fund corporation
  • A unit of a mutual fund trust
  • An interest in a related segregated fund trust
  • A prescribed debt obligation (e.g., government savings bond)