The Canadian Red Cross Society La Société Canadienne De La Croix-Rouge
1. The Canadian Red Cross helps Canadian communities affected by emergencies and disasters, which can range from house fires and power outages to floods, wildfires and ice storms that disrupt entire regions. With a network of trained volunteers across the country, the Canadian Red Cross responds on average every three hours to disasters, wherever and whenever they strike. 2. Internationally, when conflict, a health crisis or disaster strikes, the Canadian Red Cross rapidly delivers lifesaving assistance such as food, shelter, clean water, Field Hospital deployment and basic health care assistance to people and communities, often in some of the world's most remote regions. 3. CRC delivers information and training in first aid, swimming and water safety as well as Respect Education programs such as Beyond The Hurt, and Be Safe!. 4. The CRC offers three different types of health services - A) providing wheelchairs, crutches, hospital beds and other specialized gear to people experiencing illness or injury, B) assisting with safe transitions home after hospital stays, including transportation, meals, and other programs to support independence and C) homemaking, personal support, home care and attendant outreach at people's residences. Additional Activities in 2017 Alberta Wildfires Response, New Brunswick Ice Storm Response
Additional Activities in 2017
Alberta Wildfires Response, New Brunswick Ice Storm Response
300 - 170 Metcalfe St, Ottawa ON, K2P2P2
Contact person: Red Cross Donor Experience Team
Business Number: 119219814RR0001
1510 full-time staff
2017 Revenues: $612,082,298
2017 Expenditures: $516,908,994
Assets, 2017 Year End: $401,928,483
Liabilities, 2017 Year End: $287,777,789
Breakdown of Programs
Where the Money Goes
Receiving Organization Amount
Food Banks Alberta Association $2,228,079.00
United Way Of The Alberta Capital Region $528,360.00
United Way Of Calgary And Area $518,550.00
Regional Municipality Of Wood Buffalo $454,875.00
Save The Children Canada/Aide À L'enfance Canada $439,464.00
Wood Buffalo Food Bank Association $299,454.00
Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre $245,738.00
Fusesocial Wood Buffalo Society $153,000.00
The Hospital For Sick Children $105,233.00
The Samaritan's Purse Canada $105,142.00
Bragg Creek Community Association $78,088.00
Family Christian Centre (Fort Mcmurray) $75,210.00
Woodgreen Community Services $68,868.00
St. Aidan's House Society $67,268.00
83 other organizations$1,455,924.00
103 gifts to qualified organizations totalled$7,779,158.00
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