Ways you can help

A Home for Hospice will take the commitment of the community.


Submit a monetary donation either online or through a printable donation form.

Spread the word

Advocate for A Home for Hospice with your peers and associations.

Share our Case for Support with others - we are all stakeholders.

Invite a presentation or book a meeting to find out more.

Book a meeting

We would love to explore other potential opportunities with you. Contact us.

Giving options

There are many ways you can help build Edmonton’s first Residential Community Hospice Centre.

Multiyear pledges, single one-time or monthly gifts

For multi-year pledges or gifts over $5000, consider using our PDF Gift Form and sending by post, or contact us for options and/or discussion.  

Gift of securities

Donate appreciated stocks, bonds, mutual funds, flow-through shares or stock options and take advantage of tax benefits.

By donating publicly traded securities, you eliminate the capital gains tax that becomes payable if you were to sell the appreciated securities on the market. A tax receipt will be issued for the market value on date of transfer.

Planned giving

Life Insurance Policy
Pilgrims Hospice Society can be named as the beneficiary or owner of a life insurance policy, whether the policy is fully paid up or premium payments still remain. Making a gift of life insurance enables you to make a large future gift to hospice without financial impact during your lifetime. Various charitable tax deductions may also apply to gifts of this type.

One of the most tax effective ways to leave a legacy is by naming Pilgrims Hospice Society as a partial or full beneficiary of your RRSP or RRIF. A charitable tax receipt can be applied up to 100% of net income in the year of death and the preceding tax year.

A charitable bequest is a simple way to leave a legacy gift with Pilgrims Hospice. The bequest will distribute your specific gift from your estate directly to Pilgrims Hospice.