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© 2023 Canadian Feed The Children | Charitable Registration # 118830983 RR0001 901-2 Lansing Square, Toronto, ON M2J 4P8 Canada

In the event that the funds raised exceed the financial needs of the programs you are supporting, your contribution will be used for related efforts to support children and their families.

Food prices are up 9% across Canada this year.

In Indigenous communities, food prices were already 2.5 times higher than the national average.

For many families, this is a crisis that's making it extremely difficult to provide regular healthy food for their children.

Photo source: OCIC/Allan Lissner

Towards food sovereignty

Indigenous community partners are speeding up their efforts on re-establishing local food systems. That means going back to traditional ways of feeding children, families and communities all year long.

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School & Community Gardens

Gardens provide free produce for families during the summer.

Indoor growing system
Growing Indoors

Indoor growing projects will supply food for school meals this upcoming school year.

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Food Forests

More fast-growing produce are being planted in Food Forests to respond to urgent food needs.

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Traditional Foods

Traditional food harvesting activities like hunting, fishing, trapping, and gathering provide an inexpensive and healthy food source and provide an opportunity for inter-generational learning.

Our Indigenous community partners are creating new ways to keep local food growing all year long. But they can't do it alone. They need your help.

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Your support makes a difference

School gardens provide children, parents, teachers and Elders with hands-on learning, fresh fruits and vegetables, and the opportunity for inter-generational learning.

Community kitchens bring children, parents, Elders and educators together to prepare and celebrate cultural traditions about food.

More than 270,000 meals and snacks are provided to children in Indigenous communities across Canada each year.

Food forests will be expanded this year to three new communities benefiting more than 11,000 community members with fresh produce.

Story of Impact

We work in 31 Indigenous communities across Canada

  • Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation, SK
  • Atikameg (Whitefish Lake First Nation), AB
  • Beardy's & Okemasis' Cree Nation, SK
  • Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, ON
  • Birch Narrows Dene Nation, SK
  • Clearwater River Dene Nation, SK
  • Deer Lake First Nation, ON
  • Elsipogtog First Nation, NB
  • Esgenoôpetitj First Nation, NB
  • Fort Good Hope, NWT
  • Garden Hill First Nation, MB
  • Liidlii Kue First Nation, NWT
  • Lubicon Lake Band, SK
  • Mah Sos (Tobique First Nation), NB
  • Montreal Lake Cree Nation, SK
  • Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, SK
  • Nain & Hopedale, NL
  • Natoaganeg First Nation (Eel Groung First Nation School), NB
  • Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation, MB
  • O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation, MB
  • Perth Andover Middle School (Tobique First Nation, NB
  • Red Rock First Nation, ON
  • Rigolet, NL
  • Saddle Lake Boys and Girls Club, AB
  • Sambaa K'e First Nation, NWT
  • Tadoule Lake (Sayisi Dene First Nation), MB
  • Thompson Boys and Girls Club, MB
  • Tulita, NWT
  • Wasagamack, MB
  • Waywayseecappo, MB

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 31 Indigenous communities across Canada, taking a community-led approach to support communities as they achieve their own long-term sustainable change.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are my payment options?

You can make a one-time or monthly online donation to CFTC using MasterCard, Visa, American Express or PayPal. You can also donate by calling 1-800-387-1221 between 9am – 5pm EST, Monday to Friday.

Can I 'designate' my donation to a specific country?

Yes. The online donation form gives you the option to designate your donation to one of our five countries of operation in Bolivia, Canada, Ethiopia, Ghana or Uganda.

How can I stay up-to-date on the impact of my donation?

Donors receive our monthly eNewsletter with updates from the children, families and communities you help support. You can also come online whenever you like to read our blog or download donor publications.

Will I receive a tax receipt for my charity donation?

Yes, all charity donations to CFTC are tax receipted. When you donate online, you will receive an immediate charitable tax receipt in PDF format by email. When you donate by phone, you can choose to receive an electronic receipt or have one mailed to you, usually within two weeks.

For our supporters' convenience, and in order to keep administrative expenses low, one income tax receipt per year is issued to monthly donors. This is sent each February for the previous year.

Canadian Feed The Children's charitable registration number is 11883 0983 RR0001. See the Government of Canada's policy statement for charitable tax receipts for more information about charity tax receipts.

Is Canadian Feed The Children affiliated with a specific religion?

Canadian Feed The Children has no religious affiliation. While we may work with local partners who are affiliated with a specific religion, we are dedicated to helping children regardless of their race, religion or gender.

Does Canadian Feed The Children belong to a 'parent' organization?

Canadian Feed The Children was founded in Canada in 1986 as an independent international development agency and we still remain that way today.