The Esperantic Studies Foundation (ESF) does not pursue government funding. We rely on the generous contributions of people like you who are passionate about working to establish greater equality and improved communication and understanding amongst peoples of the world.
How would you like to be remembered?
Legacy gifts, or planned gifts, can help you accomplish your financial goals and, at the same time, leave a philanthropic legacy in support of human and linguistic rights, research and education. We will be happy to discuss with you the details of how you would like your gift to be used, including the possibility of a named endowment or other personal legacy.
You can build your legacy contribution with ESF in a number of ways, including:
Making a bequest in your will for a specific sum or a portion of your estate;
Naming The Esperantic Studies Foundation as a beneficiary of your RRSP, RRIF or pension.
Giving A Gift of Property or Publicly-Listed Securities (Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds)
The Esperantic Studies Foundation would welcome any gifts or bequests of property or securities. The latter, in particular, may offer considerable tax benefits and can be easily handled through electronic transfers or by delivery.
Consider Donating Books, Documents, or Other Esperanto or Interlinguistics-Related Materials
The Esperantic Studies Foundation is committed to preserving Esperanto and Interlinguistics-related book collections, documents and/or manuscripts. ESF has supported the preservation of one of the largest and most important Esperanto libraries in the world, The Hector Hodler Library in Rotterdam, and is seeking to develop an important North American research library. We would welcome donations of personal collections.
Learn More About These Options
Contact our Donations Advisor:
By Phone: 1-250-656-1767
Our charitable number:
The Esperantic Studies Foundation: 52-0885287