For Individuals and Families

New! Donor Advised Spendable Fund

The Donor Advised Spendable Fund is an attractive new fund type which enables donors to make an impact in the community over several years with a fully spendable fund that also earns interest. Donors can achieve their goals for their charitable giving during their lifetime and control the timeline.

The Foundation has been near and dear to dad’s heart for a long time, and we were all very proud to support something that has meant so much to our parents.

— Linda Shaw, daughter of the Hon. Sid Buckwold, on the Buckwold Family Fund established in honour of the 60th wedding anniversary of Sid & Clarice Buckwold in 1999

Getting Started

Choose a type of fund

The variety of funds available to you at the Saskatoon Community Foundation allow you to make an immediate impact or leave a lasting legacy.

Decide how to give

The Saskatoon Community Foundation offers many flexible giving options to allow you to achieve your philanthropic goals.

Establish your own endowment

In working with our Philanthropic Advisor, you are able to build your own legacy gift to reflect the life you lived, your family, and your values.

What type of fund is right for you or your family?

Types of Funds

Explore our flexible giving options.

Types of Gifts

What is a Community Builder Agreement?

You can create a Community Builder Agreement with the Saskatoon Community Foundation to describe your exact wishes for your charitable giving through your estate.

Community Builder Agreements

What language should I use in my will to make a bequest?

Saskatoon Community Foundation strongly encourages every donor to consult with their lawyer on the wording used in their wills. The following language is provided only as a convenient resource for the donor and the legal counsel.

How can I donate securities?

It is easy to work with Saskatoon Community Foundation to make a donation of securities and provide financial support for one or more charities of your choice.

What fees apply to my fund?

Find information about Saskatoon Community Foundation administration fees and minimum amounts for funds.