Select a matched charity gift* and you'll help two families instead of one this holiday season!

$15 - Families receive three chickens, which produce about 1,000 eggs a year. Buy Learn More
$35 - Help farmers grow healthy crops for consumption and sale.
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$53/child - Giving children furniture and supplies helps learning happen!
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$75 - Goats provide families with a source of food, income and investment. Buy Learn More
$85 - Prevent malnutrition among children in areas of high food insecurity. Buy Learn More
$100 - Provide support for new moms & moms-to-be. Buy Learn More
$120 - Empower woman with credit and business skills training. Buy Learn More
$175 - Give proper nourishment to children in the critical first five years. Buy Learn More
*Buy one gift and our generous sponsor, Fleming Foundation, will donate one too. Selected gifts only to a maximum of $20,000. Offer ends November 30, 2013.


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How it works

  • Choose a gift: Your gift goes to a family who needs it.

  • Select a greeting card:Your card goes to your someone special.

  • Review and pay:And the world is a better place, because you care.

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Child-centred, donor-focused, mission-driven.

bullet-tildeProudly CanadianWe're an independent, secular development agency founded and operating in Canada since 1986.

bullet-tildeRegistered, accredited, best-practice governanceA registered Canadian charity, we're just one of 46 agencies accredited by Imagine Canada's Standards Program. We recently won the Voluntary Sector Reporting Award of Excellence for transparency in financial reporting.

bullet-tildeCommitted to openness and accountabilityOur financials are independently audited and published each year, while our volunteer Board of Directors sets and exceeds the highest standards in governance

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Graph The graph above shows CFTC's programs, fundraising and administration costs as a five-year average. For more information please download our 2012 Annual Report