Workplace Giving
for the Holidays

Help Feed Children this holiday season

The holiday season is almost upon us – changing weather, holiday traditions, and gift exchanges – it’s the giving season! As you start planning how your organization will celebrate the holidays, we hope you will consider supporting children through Canadian Feed The Children.

Here are three giving ideas to help get you started:

Organize a Holiday Group Gift

Smaller gifts joined together can create even more impact. A gift of $1,000 can provide families and children with essentials at home and at school.

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Plan a Donation Match Campaign

Encourage a culture of giving back in your workplace by offering to match donations. For example, if an employee donates $20, your organization can match that donation to double the impact!

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Designate your Holiday Party or Year End Customer Thank You

A gift of $1,000 can provide school meals for a month for 13 Indigenous children and help start their day with good nutrition. Celebrate with meaning this year and help change the future for children in Canada!

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Contact Us

Fawad Iqbal
Senior Development Officer

Phone: 1-800-387-1221 ext 245

Email: [email protected]

About Canadian Feed The Children

Canadian Feed The Children is an award-winning registered Canadian charity that envisions a world where children thrive free from hunger and poverty. We have been taking action against childhood hunger in Canada and around the world for over 35 years.

We partner with 27 Indigenous communities across Canada and work internationally in Bolivia, Ghana, Ethiopia and Uganda. We take a community-led approach to support communities as they achieve their own long-term sustainable change.

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