People raising their own support, or deputized fundraising, has been a long-standing practice in missionary organizations and other faith-based organizations. This practice is coming under increased scrutiny by CRA auditors concerned with private benevolence. It has also been well-established that the bulk of gifts for such support comes from persons directly related to the person raising the support. Can such a program operate legitimately within the new “advantage” concept under the Income Tax Act?
This session will discuss:
This session will be useful for both the faith ministries that require their staff to do their own support raising and for those, like missionaries and people participating in short-term missions projects.
Running Time: 32 minutes 54 seconds
The audio for this webcast is available for download in MP3 format