Creating your legacy for the future of St. Clement’s School.
Dream passionately about what you would like your legacy to be here at St. Clement’s, and let us help you make that dream a reality.
What is a Legacy Gift?
Legacy Gifts are an extraordinary opportunity for donors to have a meaningful impact on the future of St. Clement’s School.
A Legacy Gift is a tangible, ongoing expression of your interest and commitment to having our students develop into outstanding women.
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Why Make a Legacy Gift?
Legacy Gifts are the foundation that ensures SCS remains a vibrant, challenging, and fun place for young women to develop, to find their place, and to grow into the leaders our world so deeply needs.
Your decision to leave a legacy at St. Clement’s School will hopefully fill you with a sense of satisfaction and happiness, knowing that your support will have a significant impacy on the lives of so many future Clementines.
Your Legacy Giving Options
Our Advancement team is committed to finding the most advantageous option for each donor, however, we recommend you consult with your financial planner and/or legal counsel prior to making a legacy gift.
A way to reduce taxes and increase inheritances to your loved ones.READ MORE
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Provides tax savings today for a gift made in the future.READ MORE
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Legacies in Action
St. Clement’s School is profoundly grateful for the support provided by donors who have chosen to leave a legacy gift to the School.
Through their generousity, they create meaningful legacies for future Clementines. Here are some of their stories.
21 years is a long time. For Hazel Perkin, the 21 years she served as Principal of St. Clement’s School were ones of enjoyment and satisfaction that just seemed to fly by.
Janet Mackinnon taught at St. Clement’s School for 35 rewarding years. To Janet, these years seemed to pass in the blink of an eye. “Seeing my students learn, evolve, and develop into impressive young adults was nothing but a delight and joy,” recalls Janet.
Ruth Mario Cooper Dolph Bell, C.M., B.A., M.A., LL.D., (Hon), D.S.L. (Hon), was a powerful and effective voice in changing social attitudes and behaviour towards women. A committed educator, author, political scientist, activist, and volunteer, she got her start at St. Clement’s School.
The Francis C. PowellHeritage Society
Biannually, the Francis C. Powell Heritage Society celebrates the legacy of the Powell family and honours all donors who have chosen to make a legacy gift to St. Clement’s School.
Francis Clement Powell was the son of St. Clement’s School founder Canon Thomas Wesley Powell, and a student in SCS’s first Kindergarten class in 1901. (In the early days, SCS taught both boys and girls.)
Francis was deeply proud of his father’s educational vision and remained close to the SCS community. This prompted him to leave a legacy gift to the School in his family’s honour. In 2003, Francis died and his dream of beginning an endowment for SCS became a reality.
Legacy Giving News
Twice per year, SCS publishes a newsletter for those interested in legacy giving, including tips on tax changes, profiles of legacy donors, and information on how to maximize your gift's impact.
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Our Legacy Donors
SCS would like to thank the following people, who have made a commitment to make a legacy gift.
Ann Chudleigh '58
Christine (Clark) Featherstone '67
Marilyn (Howard) Fennell '55
Carolyn (Schmidt) Gossage '51
Janet (Babcock) Gouinlock '47
Catherine (Curry) Graham '59
Beverley (Butler) Lewis '51
Ruth (Simonton) McDougall '64
Jane Mason '84
Hazel W. Perkin
Martha Perry '85
Gary Ryan and Anne Ferguson
Sydney Tattershall '50
9 Anonymous Donors
REALIZED LEGACY GIFTS
Remembering those who continue to impact SCS through their thoughtful foresight and planning. SCS has received legacy gifts from the following estates.
Madelene (Ferguson) Allen '60
Ruth C. Bell '38
Beverley (Howard) Bernier '49
Gabrielle (Venables) Bindoff '37
Anne (Uffelman) Bullman '53
Sidney Dymond '41
Mary Gemmill '49
The Merritt Harding Educational Trust Fund
Phyllis Sanders Holmes '33
Bryce McClelland Hunter
Elizabeth Margaret (Paine) Hutchison '38
Judith (McKay) Langton '56
Elizabeth (Sproatt) Lennie '47
Aileen (Piper) Miller '32
Marjorie (Deans) Misener '40
Christine Martin (MacGregor) Neelands '35
Marilyn Anne Redpath '57
Ann (Morgan) Revell '53
Bernard and Alice (Peck) '47 Slavin
Pauline (Blake) Stewart '44
Florence Margaret Thompson '45 Foundation
Every Gift Counts.
Every generous gift contributes to the individual faces, diverse places, and innovative learning spaces tht help all of our girls to excel and make St. Clement's School the uniquely spirited place that it is.DONATE NOW