The Atlantic Council Trust

 

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About The Atlantic Council Trust

 

The mission of the NATO Association of Canada is to promote awareness of international affairs in Canada by connecting Canadians with accessible information on current affairs and the role which NATO plays in ensuring peace and prosperity. In order to fulfill our mission, the NATO Association requires resources to maintain and expand our operations, which include conferences, seminars and regular publications.

 

The Atlantic Council Trust was established in 2013 with the goal of providing consistent support to the NATO Association of Canada and its activities. A trust fund consists of various assets and benefits that can ensure financial security and stability for a charity or a non-profit organization. It can be comprised of cash, stocks, bonds, property, or any other types of financial support.

 

Contributing to the The Atlantic Council Trust will provide you with flexibility in managing your assets, while making a donation to a non-profit organization that aims to promote, educate, and link Canadians to international affairs, peace, and security. Assets are managed by a Trust Committee, which allocates the funds to the Association’s various activities and initiatives. Up to 30% of any gift or bequest can be used by the NATO Association of Canada for operational services, while the rest of the donation will be invested in accordance with the Ontario Trustee Act. The funds are to be used as requested by the donor.

 

To leave a gift or donation to the Association, please complete the Donation Form.

 

If you would like to leave a request to the NATO Association of Canada in your will, please complete the Bequest Form.

 

For more details on The Atlantic Council Trust, please contact:

Mr. Robert Baines
robert.baines@natoassociation.ca
Telephone: (416) 979-1875

NATO Association of Canada
Association Canadienne Pour L’OTAN
60 Harbour Street, 4th Floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 1B7

 

Donation Form

 

 

Bequest Form