The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia relies on the generosity of individuals to ensure the delivery of our exhibitions and programs. Create your legacy and fulfill your charitable goals by making a planned gift that will impact the future of the Gallery.
What is a Planned Gift?
A planned gift is a charitable donation arranged during a donor’s lifetime, directing some or all of the donor’s estate to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia - either now or in the future. Your donation can be made with a specific purpose in mind, and tailored to suit your particular interests and preferences.
You can designate the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as a beneficiary of your will. Your bequest can be a specific dollar amount, a specific asset, or a percentage or residue of your estate.
Retirement Plan Assets
You can designate the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as a beneficiary of your qualified retirement plan.
Life Insurance Policy
You can designate the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as an owner and/or beneficiary, in whole or in part, of an insurance policy.
Gifts of Artwork
You can donate a gift of artwork to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, either giving it outright or retaining use of the artwork during your lifetime. Visit Acquisitions for more information.
Gifts of Securities
Securities, such as stocks or bonds, help the Gallery in the present. They also provide significant tax benefits to a donor.
Put money aside in an investment vehicle of your choice. Or leave it to us to invest with our existing endowments. The capital is preserved and the income used for designated Gallery purposes as specified by you.
Your Gift is Appreciated
The Gallery takes great care and pride in acknowledging and recognizing our donors. By sharing your plans during your lifetime, you will help us to ensure your Art Gallery of Nova Scotia legacy is fulfilled.
No matter why you choose to make a planned gift to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, your generosity is much appreciated. Donations support the Gallery’s mission of connecting people with art and inspiring new ways of thinking. They also support innovative public and educational programming that enriches the lives of Nova Scotians from all walks of life.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia can provide you with basic bequest language. We also encourage you to consult with your tax, financial and/or legal advisors about your personal situation and long-term goals.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is a Crown Corporation. Pursuant to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Act, Chapter 22, Section 12 RSNS 1989, any gift to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia shall be a gift to her Majesty, in the right of the Province of Nova Scotia and shall be exempt from tax under any act of the Legislature. The donor may also claim a deduction under paragraph 110(1)(b) (if a corporation) or subsection 118.1(3) (if an individual) of the Income Tax Act of Canada.
To speak with someone from the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia’s Development Department: