You can make a difference in our future. Donate online at by Dec. 31, 2013 for your chance to win a Mount A scarf. Did you know? A First-Time Donor’s Super Credit (FDSC) was announced earlier this year as part of the 2013 federal budget. This means that any first-time donor (with no charitable donations in the past five years) is eligible for a big return on their donations (up to $1,000.) First-Time Donor’s Super Credit Alberta BC Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Nunavut $700 $640 $673 $674 $634 $698 $612 NWT Ontario PEI Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon For example if you make a charitable donation of $1,000, you will be eligible for the following super tax credit: $636 $611 $665 $744 $654 $628 These figures are for illustration purposes only, based on Canada Revenue Agency calculations that compare regular charitable donations for tax credits to First-Time Super Credit Donors using federal and provincial tax rates. As always, we recommend you seek professional counsel for your own tax planning, based on your own personal circumstances. / 27