CCCC takes seriously its responsibility to represent the Christian charitable sector to the wider Canadian society. We hold seats on various legal and government advisory committees that allows for input on government policy and regulations that affect our membership.
The CCCC Legal Defence Fund has been set up to protect the right of Christian charities to exercise their faith. The Fund provides the means for CCCC to voice concerns on issues that affect the ability of our Members to carry out ministry. We are intentional in intervening in court cases, preparing briefs for parliamentary committees, writing op-ed pieces for national newspapers, writing academic articles for law journals—all in a bid to ensure that the concerns of Christian ministries are heard.