So how much do Canadian charities receive from foreign sources according to the T3010 Returns?

January 16, 2012 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: Featured Articles, Charity Law In Canada, Canadian Charities and Ethical Issues

There has been a little political firestorm last week over US foundations funding of certain Canadian environmental charities.  So how much revenue actually comes to Canada from foreign countries including the US?  The answer seems to be about $831 million.  That is from Line 4575 “Total revenue received from all sources outside Canada”.  If you are interested in who got what then read on.

Here is my note of the top registered charity recipients of Total revenue received from all sources outside Canada.

Just to provide some perspective Canadian charities had revenue of over $192 billion dollars and spent about $2.6 billion outside of Canada every year.

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