Spezza_banner.gif

Gifts in Kind

Thank you for considering a gift-in-kind donation to the Ottawa Senators Foundation. By donating or offering a substantial discount on items, products or services to us, we are able to maximize our fundraising event efforts for children and youth in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.

The Ottawa Senators Foundation accepts gifts-in-kind year round and uses these donations to:

  • reduce our administrative and event costs
  • create raffles and auctions within our events
  • motivate people to raise funds
  • recognize volunteers

If you are interested in supporting the Ottawa Senators Foundation in this manner please give us a call at 613-599-0323 to discuss your donation idea. You can also complete our gift-in-kind donation form and fax it back to: 613-599-1471.

The following gift-in-kind donations are always popular with our event participants and allow us to maximize additional revenue for charity:

  • Advertising space
  • Art
  • Consulting or service provision
  • Electronics
  • Furniture/appliances
  • Hotel stays and travel packages
  • Movie/event/concert tickets
  • Restaurant/retail gift certificates
  • Spa packages
  • Sporting adventures
  • Unique one-of-a kind experiences/celebrity interaction events
  • Unique autographed memorabilia
  • Vehicles

Canadian Revenue Agency

When requested, and if permitted by Canadian Revenue Agency guidelines, the Ottawa Senators Foundation will endeavour to provide a charitable tax receipt for the value of the gift-in-kind received. The Sens Foundation does not identify a value for gifts-in-kind donations. The donor is responsible for acquiring the fair market value applicable at the time of the gift and for providing the Ottawa Senators Foundation will acceptable documentation such as receipts, invoices, or third party appraisals of the items donated. The cost of appraisals will be taken on by the donor.

Read more about our donations policy here.

Our Canadian charitable registration number is 88097 5065 RR 0001

Our Partners