Legacy Giving

Legacy Partners in Hope

By becoming a Legacy Partner in Hope, you will help create a lifetime of hope for children and their families. Your gift can be a tribute to a loved one, a declaration of hope or a gift of thanks. Behind every legacy gift there is a personal story. Meet some of our Legacy Partners in Hope.

Legacy giving is also an important part of financial and estate planning that could have both a positive impact on your current tax situation or for your heirs.

Partners in Learning

We are proud to present a series of free workshops to help you learn more about planning for your future.  Presented by Children's Health Foundation volunteers, who are also experts in their field, these workshops cover a range of topics.

Past workshops have included estate planning, executorship, Henson Trusts and income tax tips.  If you have a topic that you would like to know more about, let us know.

Upcoming workshops:

Creating your Legacy

Anyone can make a legacy gift, and arranging your gift is a simple process. Some options you may consider include:

Planning Your Legacy Involves Important Decisions

Children’s Health Foundation wants you to feel secure knowing your family’s legacy will continue to help children for years to come.

Our team is happy to speak with you and your advisors personally, on a confidential basis, to help choose the best options for you and your family.


Janet cares so deeply about the work at Children’s, that she made the decision to include Children’s in her Will and become a Legacy Partner in Hope.

Read Janet's story.


For more information about legacy giving, please contact:

Jennepher Cahill, philanthropy associate at 519.432.8564 extension 132 or jcahill@childhealth.ca.

We strongly encourage you to seek professional legal, estate planning and/or financial advice when making decisions about your legacy gift to Children’s Health Foundation.