Give to the Most High as he has given to you, and as generously as you can afford. For the Lord is the one who repays, and he will repay you sevenfold." [Sir. 35:6-13]

Gratitude to God for the abundance we receive from Him...

Many of us spend our lives "tending the Lord's vineyard." We develop our farmland, our businesses, our careers. We save money and invest for our retirement. We build, maintain and renovate our homes. We work hard to build a better future for our children and grandchildren.

What makes us different from other Canadians is our commitment to building our spiritual home, the Church.

As responsible Catholics, we are called to consider our faith community in our personal and financial planning. A great way to make sure that your parish, the Catholic ministries you care about and the charitable work of the Church can continue past your life-time is by including a charitable bequest in your will for your Archdiocese.

Bequests are affordable and family-friendly and there are options to fit everyone's personal situation

Considering a bequest to the Archdiocese of Regina?

Please use our correct legal name and charitable registration number:

Archiepiscopal Corporation of Regina BN 106720253 RR0001

Contact Barry Wood in the finance Office at 306-352-1651 x218 or by email at bwoodatarchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca for information about designating your gift to your local parish, the Annual Appeal or any registered Catholic charity in Southern Saskatchewan.

All calls are confidential and information is provided with zero obligation or cost. All donors are counselled to seek independent professional advice before proceeding.

The Archdiocese of Regina is a member of LEAVE A LEGACY™ South Saskatchewan
AFP        CAGP-ACPDP Fundraising professionals at the Archdiocese of Regina are members of national professional associations such at the Canadian Association of Gift Planners and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Our staff members uphold the Donor Bill of Rights, participate in continuing education and adhere to industry ethical standards and practises.


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