Mad for CFTC!

Community fundraising that really takes the cake! With impeccable organizational skills and creativity, supporter Selina Ho hosted a really special event to raise funds for Canadian Feed The Children on August 30, 2014. Funds will be directed to our international programs for children. The “Alice in Wonderland”-themed tea party was held at one of Vancouver’s […]

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Anti-spam legislation in effect July 1, 2014

On July 1st, 2014, the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect. Enforced by a trio of federal agencies (the Canada Revenue Agency, the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), and Industry Canada), the intent of the legislation is to “reduce the harmful effects of spam and related threats to electronic commerce” and work towards […]

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CFTC is heartbleed secure

CFTC confirms that all its sites are safe and secure from the heartbleed bug.

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A young philanthropist gives back on his birthday

To celebrate his eighth birthday, Evan invited his friends to a party full of fun and games. But when it came to the gifts, Evan wanted to do something for children less fortunate than himself and his friends. “I wanted to have a party, and do something special for others. My mom asked me a […]

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Making the case for good development

Three Myths That Block Progress For The Poor, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Annual Letter, is a great primer for understanding why good development is a great investment for individuals, for governments, and for the world. In it, the B&MG Foundation provides a multi-media approach to dismantling some of the most commonly held misconceptions […]

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Second VSRA Win for CFTC!

CFTC recognized for second consecutive year for best practice in governance and financial transparency. Toronto, February 7, 2014—Canadian Feed The Children was awarded the 2013 Voluntary Sector Reporting Award of Excellence for Transparency in Financial Reporting in its category for a second consecutive year. In presenting the award, Rod Barr, President and CEO of the […]

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International Year of Family Farming

This year, CFTC’s focus is to promote agriculture-based livelihoods for women and by doing so close the gender gap which lies at the root of much rural poverty.

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Improving Access to Maternal Health Care in Haiti

Fifteen per cent of pregnant women worldwide face potential life-threatening complications during pregnancy, delivery or afterwards. Despite this, 35 per cent of new mothers in developing countries will give birth either alone or without skilled care during what is one of the most dangerous passages a woman will undergo in her entire lifetime. For a […]

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Singing for children’s suppers

September 27, 2013, Toronto–CFTC is delighted to announce a new initiative that harnesses the talents and compassion of up-and-coming Canadian musicians to improve children’s nutrition and food security in Canada and around the world. On September 21, 2013, rising country star Brett Kissel – two-time Country Music Award nominee and Flat Lake, Alberta native – […]

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