Annual Reports &
2019-2020 Impact Report
THANK YOU! You have helped families and communities in Canada and around the world make major gains in food security, education, livelihoods, health and well-being!
In 2019, CFTC continued to invest in community-led programming to deliver positive results for children and youth health and well-being, poverty alleviation for families – particularly female-headed households – and sustainable economic development and resilience to the impacts of climate change for communities. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!
Awards & Accreditations
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.
2019 Top 10 Impact Charities
Canadian Feed The Children has been named a Top 10 Impact Charity in Canada for 2019 by Charity Intelligence for its financial transparency, accountability, cost efficiency and social impact. Charity Intelligence estimates that Top 10 Impact Charities deliver average returns of seven times for every dollar donated, compared with an average of 1-2 times.
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.
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.
Canadian Feed The Children ranked as one of the top 10 international development charities for 2019 (#14 in the Top 100), rated ‘A’ by MoneySense magazine for program spending efficiency, fundraising costs, and governance.