Legacy Giving

With your help we make lives better


You can make a difference tomorrow with a decision today. After you have provided for your loved ones, please consider including Hospitals of Regina Foundation in your estate plans and help make lives better in our community. A gift of any size will help save lives!
Your legacy dreams can become a reality in many different ways. Some options for you to consider might include:

  • A gift in your Will, identifying a specific amount or a percentage of your estate
  • Naming Hospitals of Regina Foundation as a beneficiary for all or a portion of your life insurance policy or Registered Retirement Savings Plan
  • Designating assets such as real estate, securities, jewelry or a coin collection as a gift in your Will
  • Create an gift annuity and name Hospitals of Regina Foundation as the beneficiary of a portion or all of the fund

Please speak to your lawyer and/or financial advisor to discuss the best option for you.

However you choose to leave a legacy, Hospitals of Regina Foundation and all the people in our southern Saskatchewan community who will need our hospitals will be so grateful. Should you wish, you will have the option to be recognized as a Legacy Society Member.
We understand that making a legacy gift is an important decision that requires careful planning.
If you or your advisor have any questions, please contact Crystal Schmalle, Manager, Legacy Programs at (306) 781-7502 or via email at . If you are an advisor looking for more information please click here or contact Crystal Schmalle.

Why Make a Legacy Gift?

Our Legacy donors have different stories and motivations for their decision to include a legacy gift in their estate planning. Below are stories of people in our community who needed our hospitals and how gifts from supporters like you have changed their lives!

Luna Weimer
Laura Weimer knew something was wrong when she felt what she thought was a hole in her nine-month old daughter Luna’s head. That hole turned out to be a large cancerous tumor that needed to be removed immediately in an agonizing eight-hour surgery. The surgery went well and after Luna recovered, she began inpatient chemotherapy at Regina General Hospital.  Laura says she feels “lucky and blessed to still have Luna right now. Everyone was so attentive to what she needed and what I needed. I can’t imagine being somewhere else where the care wasn’t like that.”  Read Luna's full story by clicking here.

Phyllis Lamb
“I did very well in my career, so I want to help the community. It’s nice to do something good for other people,” says Phyllis Lamb. Phyllis decided to make a difference by naming Hospitals of Regina Foundation as the owner and beneficiary of her life insurance policy, as well as include a bequest to the Foundation in her Will. Phyllis came to this decision shortly after her husband Vern became sick and required care. “You don’t really have a clue until you need it,” she explains. To read more about Phyllis’ legacy, click here.

To Read more Stories of Inspiration please click here.


Legacy Society

If you plan to leave a legacy to Hospitals of Regina Foundation, please let us know! We would love to recognize you in the Foundation's Legacy Society. Our Legacy Society recognizes generous individuals who are making a lasting gift to Regina's hospitals by remembering Hospitals of Regina Foundation in their Will.

"Our Way to Thank You" - Legacy Society Benefits
  • Your name will be listed on the Donor Walls located at the Regina General and Pasqua Hospitals
  • You will receive invitations to our Legacy Society event
  • You will receive invitations to special tours of our hospitals 
  • We will send you the Foundation’s INSPIRE Newsletter (currently published three times a year)
Recognizing you as a Legacy Society member is optional. We will respect your decision should you choose to remain anonymous, but we’d love to have the opportunity to say thank you and to get to know you! You may also enjoy the benefits of being a Legacy Society member, while choosing not to be listed on our donor walls.
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