Support the future
There are many ways to support the Centre for Law, Technology and Society. Whether it is a one-time or monthly gift, an annual gift, a corporate gift or a gift for tomorrow, we can help you find a way to make a difference for our activities and our students.
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Your donations will strengthen every single area of the Centre, including faculty teaching and research, infrastructure, student programs, scholarships and overall student experience. Your donation will help ensure that the Centre continues to provide its students with experiences that launch a lifetime of success.
With your help we could provide new scholarship, offer new and better workspaces, and support the travel and attendance of our students to international conferences outside Ottawa. With your help we could also invite more world-class speakers and envision a visiting professorship.
No matter what amount you give, all gifts will make a significant impact!
The Centre for Law, Technology and Society, part of the University of Ottawa, a Canadian charitable organisation, can receive individual or corporate gifts in the form of cash or securities.
You can make a donation via:
- an online donation (Visa or Mastercard);
- an automated bank withdrawal, by completing and returning this PDF form;
- mail or fax by sending this PDF form;
- a gift of securities.
Please allocate the gift to the “Centre for Law, Technology and Society - Common Law Section” (automatic for online donations). Cheques should be made payable to “University of Ottawa - CLTS”.
You can also contribute to the Centre through a planned gift.
Information regarding international gift-giving may be found at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/international-giving
uOttawa employees or retirees
If you are a uOttawa employee or retiree, you are eligible to donate via payroll or pension deduction. You can also take part in the Annual Employee Giving Annual Campaign.
More information can be found at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/employeegiving
You could double or triple the impact of your gift with the help of your employer. Hundreds of companies in North America will match their employee's’ contribution to the University of Ottawa.
More information can be found at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/employer-matching
Corporate donations and sponsorships
Like many others, the Centre relies upon support from the private sector to sustain its research and educational programming, as well as to enrich the student experience.
Businesses can also strengthen their brands by sponsoring events or special promotions. We work with corporations to ensure that agreements will both meet the goals of the business and the needs of the Centre and the University.
You can make a donation via:
- an online donation (Visa or Mastercard)
- an automated bank withdrawals, by completing and returning this PDF form.
- mail or fax by sending this PDF form.
- a gift of securities.
Please allocate the gift to the “Centre for Law, Technology and Society - Common Law Section” (automatic for online donations). Cheques should be payable to “University of Ottawa - CLTS”.
More information concerning corporate gift-giving may be found at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/corporate-giving
You can get a generous credit on your federal and provincial taxes, through the Charitable Donations Tax Credit. Specific benefits are also available when gifting securities.
For annual donations under $200, you will receive a tax credit of about 15 cents per dollar donated on your federal income tax statement. For donations exceeding $200, you will be credited about 29 cents for every dollar donated.
The provincial tax credit varies depending on the province in which you live. For example, in Ontario, a $1,000.00 donation would provide a federal tax credit of $262.00 and a provincial credit of about $99.00. As a result, you would benefit from a tax rebate of about $361.00 for the year in which the donation was made.
First-time donors (i.e. neither you nor your spouse has claimed a charitable donation tax credit for any year after 2007) are eligible for an additional 25 percent credit from the federal government. An Ontario resident making a first-time donation of $1,000.00 would benefit from a tax credit totalling about $611.00 — more than half the value of the donation.
To estimate your tax credit, see the tax credit calculator on the Canada Revenue Agency website.
For specific and accurate information about your personal tax situation, please consult a qualified financial advisor.
More information on tax benefits may be found at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/tax-benefits
Gifts of securities
Donate securities directly to the University to avoid paying the capital gains tax on your investments.
Current legislation in Canada allows you to donate publicly traded securities, mutual funds and bonds to registered charities without having to pay capital gains tax. To avoid paying the capital gains tax, the securities must be transferred directly to the University, without first being cashed.
- Donors benefit from excellent tax incentives;
- The tax receipt reflects the value of the shares on the day of transfer to uOttawa;
- If a donor’s charitable credits for the year exceed the standard 75% of net income, the donor may carry the excess tax credits forward for up to five years.
More information is available at http://www.uottawa.ca/give/gifts-securities
If you want to discuss donation or sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
- Florian Martin-Bariteau, Director
If you have any questions regarding how to give, formalities, donation receipts, please contact:
- Sylvie Corbin, Director, External Relation
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
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