Particular Legacy

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As straightforward as naming Pillars Trust Fund as a beneficiary in your will or living trust.  You may give Pillars Trust Fund any gift you specify, which may be money, securities (shares, bonds, investment fund units in publicly traded businesses), property or any other item.  Your notary will help you express the provision of this gift to Pillars Trust Fund appropriately so it is clear and represents exactly how you would like your gift to continue helping Pillars Trust in its works when you’re gone.

If you do not already have a will and would like to learn more about them or create one please feel free to reach out to the Chambre des notaires du Québec website ( or call 1-800-notaire to help you find a notary near you.  Contact Pillars Trust Fund for any questions about bequests or what we do with these gifts ( or 514-937-2301 ext. 255).

Pillars Trust Fund is a non-profit organization.  Pillars Trust Fund cannot and is not providing any financial or legal advice.  You must seek your own independent financial and legal advice.  Pillars Trust Fund encourages you to speak with your family, notary, lawyer, financial advisor, accountant and any other person or professional to help you choose the appropriate planned giving option for your circumstances.  If you do not have a financial advisor, your bank could help you find one.  If you do not have a notary, you can find help locating one near you through the Chambre des notaires du Québec ( or calling 1-800-notaire.  If Pillars Trust Fund can be of any other help or you would like to discuss this with us further, please contact us at