Registered charity information return
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Registered charities that notice problems with their online information should go to How to amend the return.
2017 Registered charity information return for MISSION BON ACCUEIL WELCOME HALL MISSION
Basic information sheet
Fiscal Period End:
Business/ registration number:
Public contact name or position:
Names the charity is known by other than its registered name:
MISSION BON ACCUEIL
|Rank||Description||Field Code||% of Emphasis|
|2||Food or clothing banks, soup kitchens, hostels||A2||29%|
|3||Children and youth services/housing||A8||25%|
Section A: Identification
To help you fill out this form, refer to Guide T4033, Completing the Registered charity information return. It can be found on our Webpages at https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/charities-giving/charities.html under "Charities-related forms and publications".
The Privacy Act protects all personal information given on this form, which is kept in personal information bank CRA PPU 200. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will make this form and all attachments available to the public on the Charities Directorate Website, except for information or data identified as confidential. All of the information collected on this form may be shared as permitted by law (for example, with certain other government departments and agencies).
Note: Even if a charity is inactive, an information return must be filed to maintain its registered status.
Business Number(if applicable):
Section B: Directors/trustees and like officials
Section C: Programs and general information
Registered charities may make gifts to qualified donees. Qualified donees are other registered Canadian charities, as well as certain other organizations described in the Income Tax Act.
SubsectionC5 Political Activities
A registered charity may pursue political activities only if the activities are non-partisan, related to its charitable purposes, and limited in extent. A political activity is any activity that explicitly communicates to the public that a law, policy or decision of any level of government inside or outside Canada should be retained, opposed, or changed.
|Description of fundraising methods||Line number||Answer|
|Targeted corporate donations/sponsorships||2600||Yes|
If you answered yes to line number 2650, specify below:
|Description of payment methods||Line number||Answer|
|Set fee for services||2760||n/a|
If you answered yes to line number 2780, specify below:
- a Canadian Citizen, nor
- employed in Canada, nor
- carrying on a business in Canada, nor
- a person having disposed of taxable Canadian property?
Section D: Financial information
Complete Section D only if you do not have to complete Schedule 6, Detailed Financial Information.
Complete Schedule 6 if any of the following applies to the charity:
a) The charity's revenue exceeds $100,000.
b) The amount of all property (for example, investments, rental properties) not used in charitable activities is more than $25,000.
c) The charity has permission to accumulate funds during this fiscal period.
Do not complete Section D if you must complete Schedule 6.
Show all amounts to the nearest single Canadian dollar. Do not enter "See attached financial statements". All relevant fields must be filled out.
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