CCCC recommends the Senate affirm Advancing Religion as a Charitable Purpose

cccc recommends the senate affirm advancing religion as a charitable purpose

CCCC submitted a written brief to the Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector in November detailing the well-researched benefits of advancing religion to the general public.

In the brief, CCCC asked the senate committee to affirm Advancing Religion as a charitable purpose with significant public benefit to Canadian society. 

Rev. John Pellowe, CEO of CCCC, has been invited to speak to the senate commiittee at 11:00 AM Monday, March 18 with a special emphasis on how even non-religious people benefit from religious charities. The presentation will be followed by a time for Q&A with the senators.

CCCC asks for your prayers as we make the case for why religious organizations should have charitable status.

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