Other Ways to Help
Join the party and celebrate the UN’s World Food Day on October 16, 2012. Choose to brown bag your lunch, or host a dinner with friends, and donate the money you would have spent eating out! Find out more here:
ChangeIt® is a secure, automated charitable giving program that can easily be added to any debit or credit card. It allows you to give to Canadian Feed The Children with every transaction you make by “rounding up” your purchase to the next dollar and designating that spare change to CFTC. Find out more at: www.changeitcanada.com.
Make a donation on behalf of someone special and we will mail a card to announce your gift.
Each month we highlight an innovative project run by our local community partners. These fundraising opportunities are ideal for those who wish to contribute to sustainable community development through a specific initiative.
Community fundraising is one of the most enjoyable ways to help children affected by poverty. Why not consider getting your workplace, school, friends and family involved?
Make a difference to the lives of children affected by poverty by establishing a workplace giving program. Alternatively, learn how your organization can attain its philanthropic goals by becoming a CFTC Corporate Partner.
A donation of publicly listed Stocks, Shares or Securities is one of the most cost-effective ways to support Canadian Feed The Children. Furthermore, all donations of publicly listed securities to charities are exempt from capital gains tax.
Volunteering to help with administrative work in our Toronto office is a great way to make a difference.
Join this survey website for free. You can help leading brands develop better products and services by answering fun and engaging surveys. Earn Hotspex BUX, which you can use to enter draws for awesome prizes or donate to Canadian Feed The Children.
Brighten someone’s day with a beautiful greeting to let them know you’ve given the Best.Gift.Ever to children on their behalf.
Designate a donation to Canadian Feed The Children through your local United Way – Centraide Canada.