Financial

Financial

Giving to Mission of Mercy Canada

Mission of Mercy Canada s a member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities (CCCC) and accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities.

Gifts are tax-deductible and each gift designated toward a board approved program or project will be used as directed, with the understanding that when any given need has been met, remaining funds will be used where most needed.

Mission of Mercy Canada is governed by a Board of Directors that maintains legal control of the organization’s assets, making certain that contribution designations are honoured and that the work of the organization remains consistent with its stated philosophy, purpose and mission.

PDF 2010 Financial Statement
PDF 2011 Financial Statement
PDF 2012 Financial Statement 
PDF 2013 Financial Statement

PDF  2014 Financial Statements

Financial Accountability
Our Commitment to You!

Mission of Mercy Canada believes our supporters are valued partners in the work of missions in India. As stewards of your trust, we are committed to:

  1. Use all funds for Board-approved programs and projects.
  2. Honour your designation of funds for special purposes.
  3. Direct funds to areas of greatest need after a special need or project has been met.
  4. Report the results of your investment—including stories of changed lives—in India.
  5. Refuse, in any way, to distribute your name to other organizations.
  6. Respect your preference regarding the amount of communications you receive from us.
  7. Maximize the use of funds for the benefit of hurting people in India.

To comply with the Alberta Charitable Fund-raising Act and Regulations (2007), Mission of Mercy Canada makes the following statement:

With the help of our friends and faithful donors, in 2016, Mission of Mercy Canada hopes to raise $1,620,822.19 a cost of $64,832.89.