Financials

 

Annual Reports &
Financial Statements


2017 Audited Financial Statements

Learn more about Canadian Feed The Children’s financials by downloading the 2017 Audited Financial Statements. The statements have been audited by PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP.


2016-2017 Annual Report
Leading Change: Communities in Action

THANK YOU! You have helped improve people’s lives through community-led action in 2016-17!

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A long-term approach to sustainable impact


In 2016, CFTC continued to invest in food security, education and capacity building programs delivered through our local partners in Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, Bolivia and Canada. We also invested in large-scale agricultural programs in Ethiopia (MILEAR) and Ghana (RESULT), funded generously by the Government of Canada and CFTC’s private donors.

Based on 2016 audited financial statements, available for download here.
View details on Canada Revenue Agency's Charities Directorate here.

Awards & Accreditations



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ACCREDITED: IMAGINE CANADA STANDARDS PROGRAM

Canadian Feed The Children was among the first organizations to be accredited by Imagine Canada under their Standards Program, an external validation of adherence to 72 criteria in five areas of non-profit management. Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to the best practices and highest level of accountability in non-profit management to our donors and the public.

The Standards Program Trustmark is a mark of Imagine Canada used under licence by Canadian Feed The Children.

A FINANCIAL POST TOP CANADIAN CHARITY

Canadian Feed The Children was named by the Financial Post as a top Canadian charity in 2016 and 2017 for its organizational commitment to financial transparency and accountability.


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ACCREDITED: BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU WISE GIVING ALLIANCE STANDARDS

Canadian Feed The Children is an accredited charity by the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance Standards for Charity Accountability, which evaluates charities’ performance on governance and oversight, finances, effectiveness, fundraising, and information transparency.