The youth of today are the adults of tomorrow, and so we must do our utmost to give them the necessary tools to become productive members of society.
The Program's operations are funded by charitable donations from foundations, businesses, institutions and individual supporters.
Every little bit helps us to help youth. If you are interested in supporting one of our many endeavors, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Since the Fraser Recovery Program is a charitable non-profit organization, tax receipts are issued upon request for financial donations and for donated supplies and/or equipment.
Planned Giving is making a charitable gift of estate assets to a non-profit organization in such a way that you maximize tax and financial benefits. The gift may be a one time donation, a series of payments over a set period of time, or ongoing support. It may be a current gift for use now, a deferred gift for use in the future, or a combination of the two.
Planned gifts can include a will bequest, a gift of cash, life insurance proceeds, retirement fund assets, property, or securities and stocks.
The Fraser Recovery Program can accept planned gifts from a donor's accumulated assets. If you are considering a planned gift to the Program, please contact us. We will be happy to arrange for professional advice from a qualified financial advisor at no charge, and would welcome the opportunity of discussing Planned Giving with you.