Prefill information for all registered Canadian charities

We are excited to offer instant prefilling of information on over 85,000 registered Canadian charities.
Prefill information for all registered Canadian charities

Instantly prefill information about charities named in the will

We are proud to announce that the information for over 85,000 Canadian charities can now be automatically prefilled in the beneficiaries section of the application. With a growing number of charities named in wills, executors often have to search externally for the required information for multiple organizations. 

Based on customer feedback, which echoed our goal of reducing manual data entry as much as possible, there is now a searchable database of all registered Canadian charities that will pull in their registration number, legal name, and address.


Our most valuable feedback comes from our users, and, as always, we want to hear your feedback on our feedback portal which has been a big success since launching this fall. Click here to learn more about our portal as well as provide your feedback.

If you have any questions about this feature, or suggestions for future functionality, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at support@estateably.com.


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The Estateably Team
Estateably is the modern, cloud-based software solution for estate and trust professionals. We help over 500 firms save over 5 hours per file by automating the filling of court forms and precedent letters, simplifying input of estate inventory and accounting and enabling one-click court-formatted reporting. The information provided on this website does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only.
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