Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc.

Other Names: Canadian Foodgrains Bank

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The Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of Canadian churches and church-based agencies working to end hunger in developing countries. Its charitable programs include provision of food to hungry people, funding of programs to improve nutrition, assisting communities and households to feed themselves, educating Canadians about international hunger issues, and advocating for policy changes necessary to end hunger. The international program is delivered through its member agencies and their implementing partners in developing countries.


  • map-pointCharitable Organization

  • map-pointBusiness Number: 118831106RR0001

  • map-point34 full-time staff

  • map-pointNo contact email on record

2016 Revenues: $50,234,016

$5,830,286: Total cash given to the charity for which tax receipts were issued.
$673,403: Total amount of non-cash gifts (e.g. securities, equipment, buildings, artwork, other in-kind gifts) made to the charity for which tax receipts were issued.
$6,455,552: Total amount received from other registered charities.
$3,878,140: Charities don’t issue tax receipts when a donor can’t be identified or doesn't want one. This category also includes collection boxes.
$32,509,864: Total amount received from any level of government in Canada.
$886,771: Income that doesn’t fit into other categories, such as sales revenue, interest and investment income, membership fees, etc.

2016 Expenditures: $52,107,830

$28,892,587: Total amount spent on charitable programs. "Programs" cover all charitable activities the organization carries out on its own.
$1,116,846: Total amount spent on fundraising, including office expenses, overhead, promotion costs, etc.
$1,395,732: Total amount spent on management and administration, including board meetings, accounting, rent, office supplies, etc.
$18,268,020: Total amount of gifts to qualified organizations. The majority of these donees are registered charities but some other organizations qualify as well.
$2,434,645: Expenses that don’t fit into another category, including political activities.

Assets, 2016 Year End: $39,355,849

$35,126,861: Total cash readily available.
$108,386: Amounts owed by individuals and organizations.
$2,000,000: Amounts invested in individuals and organizations
$2,039,875: Land and buildings at fair market value as well as equipment, vehicles, etc. The figure is net accumulated ammortization.
$80,727: Assets not falling under one of the other categories.

Liabilities, 2016 Year End: $10,343,472

$2,028,685: Short-term portion of debt obligations such as loans, mortgages, notes, and payments due for goods and services received.
$0: Amounts owing to founders, directors/trustees and like officials, non-arm’s length employees or members.
$8,314,787: Liabilities not falling under one of the other categories.

Worldwide Locations

Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc. does work in Ethiopia.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc. does work in Kenya.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc. does work in Rwanda.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc. does work in Sudan.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc/Association De La Banque Canadienne De Grains Inc.'s headquarters is located at Po Box 767, Winnipeg MB, R3C2L4.

Breakdown of Programs

75 20 5


Where the Money Goes

External Fundraising

Fundraising Methods

Ads Auctions Collection Plate Dinners Internet Mail Corporate Other