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Agency Agreements

An agency agreement is a written agreement between a charity and an intermediary who provides service outside Canada.  It helps demonstrate how the Canadian charity exercises control and direction over its own resources and activities for a particular project or projects carried out by an agent. Among other things, an agency agreement should include

  • the obligations of the agent to the charity;
  • a funding schedule and the reporting obligations of the agent;
  • the conditions of the charity’s involvement;
  • the funds that will be made available;
  • the activities the agent is to carry out on behalf of the charity; 
  • a funding schedule and the reporting obligations of the agent.

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