Sell Shares
and Donate Cash
Donate Shares
In-Kind
Directly to CFS
Fair market value (FMV) of donation$50,000$50,000
Adjusted Cost Base$10,000$10,000
Capital gain$40,000$40,000
Taxable capital gain$20,000$0
Tax on Capital Gain @46%$9,200$0
Tax savings from donation tax credit $23,000$23,000
Total Cost of Donation$36,200$27,000
Savings by shares directly to CFS$9,200


Louise Bird – Regina Cancer Patient Lodge

Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice. That is no small feat. Her cancer journey has taught her many things. Most important is how much the little things matter when undergoing treatment.


Louise Bird – Regina Cancer Patient Lodge

Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice. That is no small feat. Her cancer journey has taught her many things. Most important is how much the little things matter when undergoing treatment.


Louise Bird – Regina Cancer Patient Lodge

Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice. That is no small feat. Her cancer journey has taught her many things. Most important is how much the little things matter when undergoing treatment.
Louise Bird kissing her son.

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Louise Bird kissing her son.

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Louise Bird kissing her son.

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Upgrades to the Building

The Lodge has urgent needs that need to be addressed this year to ensure patients' safety and comfort remain a priority. For instance, replacement of the 35-year-old elevator, a stairlift to the second floor for accessibility and fire safety, LED lighting and flooring.


Patient Care & Comfort

New upgrades to the bedrooms including a place to put toiletries, books, and clothing. Adding more functional furniture to provide comfort for aches, pain and fatigue patients encounter during the day and night.


Keeping It Affordable

The cost to each patient is $40 a night but the cost to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency to operate the Lodge is $100 a night. Every dollar you give now to help improve efficiencies and keep the Lodge affordable helps one more cancer patient in the province.


Upgrades to the Building

The Lodge has urgent needs that need to be addressed this year to ensure patients' safety and comfort remain a priority. For instance, replacement of the 35-year-old elevator, a stairlift to the second floor for accessibility and fire safety, LED lighting and flooring.


Upgrades to the Building

The Lodge has urgent needs that need to be addressed this year to ensure patients' safety and comfort remain a priority. For instance, replacement of the 35-year-old elevator, a stairlift to the second floor for accessibility and fire safety, LED lighting and flooring.


Keeping It Affordable

The cost to each patient is $40 a night but the cost to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency to operate the Lodge is $100 a night. Every dollar you give now to help improve efficiencies and keep the Lodge affordable helps one more cancer patient in the province.
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Thom Carnahan

Thom Carnahan considers the Regina Cancer Patient Lodge (Lodge) an essential service. He's used the Lodge almost every time he's needed to come to Regina for appointments and treatment at the Allan Blair Cancer Centre (ABCC). The resident of Canora, north of Yorkton, is battling prostate cancer.

Shannon Martin

Shannon Martin of Saskatoon recently marked an anniversary no one wants to have. It's been two years since she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Louise Bird – Regina Cancer Patient Lodge

Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice. That is no small feat. Her cancer journey has taught her many things. Most important is how much the little things matter when undergoing treatment.