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I SLAM I C R E L I E F CAN ADA

ANNUAL REPORT


TABLE OF CONTENTS 04

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

24

HEALTH & MEDICAL

05

LETTER FROM THE CEO

26

LIVELIHOOD

06

WHO WE ARE

28

WATER & SANITATION

07

WHAT WE DO

30

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

08

WHERE WE WORK

34

RAMADAN FOOD PACKS

10

EMERGENCY RELIEF

35

QURBANI / UDHIYA

16

CANADIAN COMMUNITY BUILDING

36

WINTER WARMTH

20

EDUCATION & CHILD DEVELOPMENT

37

ORPHAN SPONSORSHIP

22

FOOD SECURITY & NUTRITION

38

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Hany El Banna has founded several charities including the Humanitarian Forum, Islamic Relief, and the Muslim Charities Forum. He is also a board member of the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty (CIFA). Dr El Banna originally trained in Medicine, both in Egypt and the UK. Dr El Banna has been with Islamic Relief Canada since its incorporation in 2005, serving as the chairman. DR. HANY EL-BANNA, O.B.E, M.D. Chair of Board of Directors Dr. El Tantawy Attia worked in the Reactor Physics and Nuclear Analysis Departments of the Ontario Power General for more than 27 years before retiring in 2003. Dr. Attia has been an active member of the Muslim community, previously serving as President of the Muslim Investment Group and the Canadian Islamic Trust Foundation. He also currently serves as the Executive Director of Masjid Toronto. He also served as a Council Public Member of the CPSO (College of Physicians and Surgeons on Ontario) for 10 years. DR. EL-TANTAWY ATTIA, PH.D Vice-Chair of the Board A Finance Manager by day but a community activist at heart, Shaila Kibria Carter works towards fighting inequality in the community. Shaila is most known for her passion in alleviating poverty, speaking for the oppressed, and joining alliances to help improve the political atmosphere. She has been involved in raising money for the Syrian refugees, fundraising for marginalized Black youth, and being a voice for the Muslim Women’s Collective. She strives to build bridges between different faiths. MRS. SHAILA KIBRIA-CARTER Secretary of the Board Dr. Raza Khan's full-time medical practice is in Brantford, Ontario where he has been practicing in family medicine since 1997. He has also served as a director and spokesperson for the Muslim Association of Hamilton, is past president of the Muslim Association of Brantford, as well as past vice chair of Canadian Relief Foundation. He is a regular contributing writer for the Hamilton Spectator on topics pertaining to Islam and Muslims in Canada, and racial inclusivity in communities. DR. RAZA KHAN, M.D. Treasurer of the Board Dr. Fariha Khan is a physician based out of Brampton, Ontario. She has been an active member of the Muslim community and serves as a board of director for numerous community organizations. She completed her medical degree from McMaster University in 2004 with a practice focus on children’s health. She has a special interest in International Health and Medical Education. DR. FARIHA KHAN, M.D.

Director

Dr. Hany Soliman is a Radiation Oncologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He is actively involved in medical research and education. He was brought up in the Toronto area and has a Bachelors of Science and medical degree from the University of Toronto. He has been involved in the Muslim community at a grassroots level and has a passion for charitable work. DR. HANY SOLIMAN, M.D. Director Ebad Rahman obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and has a Bachelors degree in Computer Science prior to that. He is currently a practicing lawyer specializing in corporate/commercial matters. Ebad recently joined Islamic Relief Canada’s board in 2016. MR. EBAD RAHMAN Director


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LETTER FROM THE CEO In a world afflicted with pain and darkness, Islamic Relief Canada works tirelessly to serve those who are most vulnerable, underprivileged and marginalized. By the grace of God and your generosity, our work has grown into 300 life-changing projects today. This has meant immediate relief and sustainable development for over 30 million people. This is an incredible testament to how powerfully your care transforms the world. As this annual report will show, the most vulnerable populations around the world have felt every dollar of your Zakat and donations every day. Hand in hand, we have made the difference through programs that dramatically improve the quality and accessibility of food, water, hygiene, healthcare, education, livelihood and social services. These programs are crucial to help people break the cycle of poverty, control their future and change the course of the next generations forever.

Because of your trust and unwavering support, Islamic Relief Canada has become the largest Muslim NGO and charity in Canada. This places us in a vital and privileged position to fulfill our responsibility with greater excellence. There is still a lot to be done and many desperately calling out for our help. Together, we can continue making a world of a difference.

Sincerely,

Zaid Al-Rawni Chief Executive Officer Islamic Relief Canada


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WHO WE ARE WE’RE READY TO ANSWER THE CALL Islamic Relief works with communities to strengthen their resilience to calamities, and provide vital emergency aid when disasters occur. We help impoverished communities access basic services, including education, water and sanitation, as well as healthcare. We provide lasting routes out of poverty through our sustainable development schemes. Our integrated approach to progress is transforming communities worldwide. We tackle the root causes of poverty and ensure that the world’s most vulnerable people have real influence in both our programs and advocacy.

Islamic Relief envisages a caring world where communities are empowered, social obligations are fulfilled and people respond as one to the suffering of others.

OUR VALUES We are guided by the timeless values and teachings of our faith, which recognize that people with wealth have a duty towards those who are less fortunate. Our values are:


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WHAT WE DO EMERGENCY RELIEF

ZAKAT & SADAQAH

Aiming to be the first on the ground when disaster strikes, saving lives through health and safety interventions and helping families rebuild after.

Zakat transforms lives in over 30 countries, given to the most vulnerable and needy to lift them out of poverty.

FOOD & NUTRITION

QURBANI & UDHIYA

Implementing innovative food solutions globally to increase food security, food sustainability, fight malnutrition and improve maternal health.

Qurbani recurs every year when Muslims around the world commemorate Hajj and Eid and sacrifice livestock to feed the needy.

HEALTH & MEDICAL

WATER & SANITATION

Reducing illness and saving lives through supporting hospitals and clinics with medicine and equipment

Working hard to ensure that greater water equality, sanitation and hygiene is achieved to improve the basic health of the communities.

ORPHAN SPONSORSHIP

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Caring for the most vulnerable children around the world with health, safety, clean water, nutrition, education and protection.

Increasing access to equitable education, improving standards and facilities, and investing in better capacity for teachers and caregivers.

PROTECTION

LIVELIHOOD

Promoting human rights, dignity and international humanitarian law through quality services, advocacy and a community-based approach.

Empowering families to run their own businesses, as a vital key to bringing communities out of poverty.


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WHERE WE

WORK FIELD OFFICES •

AFGHANISTAN

CHAD

HAITI

KENYA

NIGER

SRI LANKA

ALBANIA

CHECHNYA

INDIA

KOSOVO

PAKISTAN

SUDAN

BANGLADESH

CHINA

INDONESIA

LEBANON

PALESTINE

SYRIA

BOSNIA

EGYPT

IRAQ

MALAWI

SOMALIA

TUNISIA

BURMA

ETHIOPIA

JORDAN

MALI

SOUTH AFRICA

YEMEN


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PARTNER OFFICES •

AUSTRALIA

NETHERLANDS

GERMANY

UNITED KINGDOM

ITALY

UNITED STATES

MALAYSIA

SOUTH AFRICA

MAURITIUS

SWEDEN


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EMERGENCY RELIEF


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AF GH ANI STA N

CONFLICT DISPLACEMENT SUPPORT

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Distributing warm blankets and mattresses to displaced people and refugee returnees to help them survive harsh winter weather conditions with dignity.

3,735

KABUL BLAST ATTACK

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Providing food and supporting the immediate needs of the families affected by one of the deadliest bomb attacks in Kabul.

INDIVIDUALS

2,800

INDIVIDUALS

BA NG LADE SH

C A NADA

RELIEF FOR ROHINGYA REFUGEES

BENEFI CI A R I E S

First stage of providing emergency necessities including food, water, and emergency medical support to help receive Rohingya refugees arriving in Bangladesh.

22,500

QUEBEC CITY SHOOTING

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Providing financial support to the widows and orphans to assist with living and education costs, medical expenses and support for the injured, as well as funeral costs and renovations for the mosque.

QUEBEC FLOODS RESPONSE Supporting first responders and local agencies in providing relief and food to evacuees and communities affected by the floods.

INDIVIDUALS

1

COMMUNITY

BENEFI CI A R I E S

1

COMMUNITY

BRITISH COLUMBIA WILDFIRE RESPONSE Being one of the first to provide emergency food, necessities and shelter for evacuee families affected by the wildfires, and supporting efforts by local agencies and authorities.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

2,500

INDIVIDUALS


12

ET HI O P I A

DROUGHT & FAMINE RESPONSE Provided urgent water trucking, basic hygiene and sanitation materials, as well as training sessions on sanitation for drought affected pastoralists.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

25,580

INDIVIDUALS

IR AQ

MOSUL CONFLICT DISPLACEMENT Provided emergency relief through food packs as well as bedding and essential supplies to meet the needs of families displaced by conflict, in Mosul and Northern Iraq.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

3,000

INDIVIDUALS

KE N YA

DROUGHT & FAMINE RESPONSE Provided immediate life-saving support to communities affected by the drought and East Africa famine, through food packs and water.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

18,000

INDIVIDUALS

M YA N M AR

URGENT RESPONSE TO DISPLACEMENT

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Provided immediate food assistance, life saving essentials and shelter for those fleeing violence in the Rakhine region, with priority for women and girls.

19,500

CYCLONE MORA DISASTER

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Provided emergency assistance and built safe shelter for displaced families who were severely affected by Cyclone Mora, and conflict in the Rakhine region.

INDIVIDUALS

3,408

INDIVIDUALS


13

SO MALI A

SO U T H SUDAN

DROUGHT & FAMINE RESPONSE

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Distributed emergency food packs and water for 45 days, with special focus on the most vulnerable. Water reserves were rehabilitated to help retain water for an additional 6-8 months.

55,250

URGENT LIFE SAVING SERVICES

BENEFI CI A R I E S

Provided emergency food, improved access to water and sanitation, temporary shelter, and healthcare to communities affected by conflict, with a focus on women and children.

INDIVIDUALS

13,949

INDIVIDUALS

HEALTH & DROUGHT RECOVERY Life-saving support for displaced women, girls and children, provided clean water and food, rehabilitated bore holes and distributed health items to contain emerging diseases.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

18,000

INDIVIDUALS

SYRI A

ALEPPO EVACUATION RESPONSE Provided shelter, essentials, clean water, hygiene kits and waste removal, focused on the most vulnerable evacuees.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

38,500

INDIVIDUALS

Y EME N

CONFLICT, FAMINE & CHOLERA Provided the war-affected population in Ta’iz and Hudaydah with life-saving food supplies, as well as medical treatment, education and disease prevention kits for cholera.

BENEFI CI A R I E S

13,016

INDIVIDUALS


14

DOMESTIC PROJECTS


15


16

CANADA COMMUNITY BUILDING Building our country up through service and positive contributions

HEA LT H & MED I CA L GLOBAL HEALTH

NEWCOMERS & REFUGEES

BLOOD DRIVE

Supported the training of five specialty paediatric fellows at SickKids Hospital to build a healthier future for Palestinian children.

Eye clinic and comprehensive screening to newly arrived refugees and identified those with eye conditions requiring urgent medical treatment and follow-up, in partnership with local efforts.

In collaboration with the Canadian Blood Services, two blood clinics were held to facilitate more blood donations from the Muslim community. Each donor can help save up to 3 lives.

B E N EF I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

5

220

100

P E D I AT RIC S P E C IA L I ST S

INDIVIDUALS

DONORS


17

FOOD S EC U R I TY NEWCOMERS & REFUGEES

FOOD BANKS

Provided for the urgent needs of newcomers and refugees through food supplies, in partnership with the National Zakat Foundation.

Provided food insecure families with Ramadan food baskets, as well as food supplies and financial support to Canadian food banks.

B E N EF I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

1,500

1,500

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


18

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS


19


20

EDUCATION & CHILD DEVELOPMENT Breaking the cycle of poverty through education and holistic support

MALAYSIA

SOUTH AFRICA

TUNISIA

HOPE FOR ROHINGYA REFUGEES

OSIZWENI COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

SUPPORT FOR CONFLICT MIGRANTS

IR provides education to the Rohingya refugee children by providing a mobile education centre.

Provided much-needed education and healthcare to orphans and vulnerable children, while increasing access to nutritious food and income through community gardens.

Improved the protection environment for Libyan migrants through access to education, psychosocial counselling and primary healthcare, as well as promoting peaceful coexistence.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIE S

BENEFIC IARIES

200

3,500

19,145

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


21

PALESTINE INTEGRATED EDUCATION & SOCIAL SUPPORT

RECOVERING WELL-BEING OF GAZA CHILDREN

Empowered orphans and vulnerable children to have a better future through education support, health and nutrition assistance, child protection and legal support, as well as psychosocial support.

Provided specialized psychosocial support services, counselling, workshops and training to a wide range of conflict-affected children and adolescents, their parents and teachers.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

20,400

69,226

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS

21


22

FOOD SECURITY & NUTRITION Innovative solutions to increase food security and nutrition

KENYA

MALAWI

SYRIA

SUSTAINABLE FOOD & DEVELOPMENT

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE & WATER SUPPLY

ORPHANAGE SUPPORT

Trained smallholder farmers in climate-smart agriculture, entrepreneurship and solar powered water systems, for increased food security, sustainable income and quality of life.

Supported farmers in flood-affected and drought-prone areas with sustainable irrigation systems, fish ponds, livestock, farm inputs, and skills and knowledge on alternative agriculture methods.

Provided food and essential supplies for orphaned children through the direct support of an orphanage inside Syria, to protect them from the effects of war.

B E N EF I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

1,100

6,270

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS

476

ORPHANS


23


24

HEALTH & MEDICAL Improving accessibility and quality of healthcare

LEBANON

MYANMAR

PAKISTAN

IMPROVING REFUGEE HEALTHCARE

MOBILE HEALTH & INTEGRATED SERVICES

CATARACT PREVENTION SERVICES

Provided supplies and equipment to hospitals and clinics to better serve refugee and vulnerable communities through required surgeries, childbirth services and health management.

Supported poverty-stricken communities in the Rakhine region through immediate medical care, training, sanitation and water access, with special focus on women and girls.

Prevented eye diseases in extremely poor communities through a combined effort of community and school screening programs, cataract surgical camps, and community training.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

1,300

20,000

10,000

INDIVIDUALS

24

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


25

SYRIA LIFE SAVING MEDICAL SUPPORT

EASTERN GHOUTA HEALTH FACILITIES

Established and rehabilitated the few remaining dialysis centres in Syria through equipment, medicine, supplies and operational costs, to better serve those with chronic illnesses.

Provided medicine, supplies and operational support to multiple hospitals to support surgical operation departments, ER departments, and intensive care units.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

200

115

PAT I E N T S

MEDICA L STAF F

77,557 PAT I E NT S

25


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LIVELIHOOD Resources and training for the poorest families to run their own sustainable businesses

BANGLADESH

EGYPT

PALESTINE

ORPHAN FAMILY EMPOWERMENT

SUSTAINABLE LIVESTOCK FARMING

EMPOWERING VULNERABLE FAMILIES

Successful new model to improve social inclusion of orphan families, through sustainable income, food security, education and quality services. The number of families continue to multiply through community-led empowerment.

Reduced unemployment and poverty through livestock farming, providing the animals with full support and training on feeding, treatment, vaccinations, and animal welfare.

Support for families entrenched in poverty to secure basic necessities and fulfill their most urgent needs, through food, health care, education, psychosocial support and protection.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

15

500

4,200

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


27

PHILIPPINES RESILIENCY FOR FLOOD-PRONE COMMUNITIES Worked to restore the livelihood and capacity building for communities affected by extreme flooding.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

400

INDIVIDUALS


28

WATER & SANITATION Greater water equality, sanitation and hygiene to improve health

NIGER

PAKISTAN

PALESTINE

WATER SUPPLY IN LOGA

SOLAR WATER PUMPS

CLEAN WATER FOR GAZA CHILDREN

Construction of a borehole and installation of water taps throughout the community, along with training of a committee to manage the water facilities and ensure the sustainability of the well.

Provided clean and safe water to disadvantaged communities through 5 solar water pumps and storage tanks, along with training on maintenance and sanitation.

Improved access to safe drinking water as well as training and awareness on hygiene and sanitation for children, caregivers and school teachers.

B E N EF I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

6,250

5,560

14,900

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


29

SOUTH SUDAN

YEMEN

WATER, NUTRITION & HEALTH SUPPORT

WATER, HEALTH & PROTECTION SUPPORT

Improved access to clean water through the drilling and rehabilitation of boreholes. Provided health and nutritional support through new health centers.

Improved access to clean water and sanitation, nutrition and better health, as well as income generation, with a focus on gender-based violence and child protection.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIE S

31,900

60,000

FUNDED BY GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA

INDIVIDUALS

FUNDED BY GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA

INDIVIDUALS


30

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT Building safer and more equitable communities for women and girls

BANGLADESH

BOSNIA

KOSOVO

COMMUNITY LED MICROFINANCE

RASPBERRY FARMING

RASPBERRY FARMING

Supported poor and marginalized female-headed and orphan households through income generation, self-help groups, and financial management trainings.

Provided poverty-stricken femaleheaded households with relevant equipment, training, and land for raspberry planting, improving income generation and food security.

Provided poverty-stricken female-headed households with relevant equipment, training, and land for raspberry planting, improving income generation and food security.

B E N EF I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

BENEFIC IARIES

1,400

500

300

INDIVIDUALS

30

INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS


31

TURKEY

MALI

SYRIAN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

ALTERNATIVE FARMING TECHNOLOGY

Worked to empower Syrian women to become community leaders, through training on successful management and leadership skills as well as International Humanitarian Law.

Provided access to irrigable agriculture and income generating activities for women, constructing a microdam and solar farms, as well as training on using climate adaptive seeds.

B E N E F I C I AR I E S

B ENEFIC IARIES

25

1700

WOMEN

INDIVIDUALS

31


32

SEASONAL PROJECTS


33


34

RAMADAN FOOD PACKS Feeding the poorest communities in the blessed month

Food items are procured locally within each country whenever possible to ensure that they’re appropriate for the recipients and beneficial to the economy.

148,630

“We look up to Islamic Relief as our hope, because of them and Allah’s blessings, we can fast in Ramadan. Every day when we break our fast, we pray to Allah to reward Islamic Relief with paradise.”

PEOPLE WERE SUSTAINED THIS YEAR BECAUSE OF YOU

- Mother in Mali

30 LBS =

FAMILY

EACH FOOD PACKET CONTAINS 30 POUNDS OF FOOD AND SUSTAINS A FAMILY OF 5 - 7 PEOPLE.

Afghanistan Canada Chad Ethiopia India Iraq Lebanon Malawi Mali Pakistan Palestine Somalia South Sudan Sudan Syria Yemen

13,676 5,356 12,000 10,000 960 12,000 2,237 10,100 12,000 1,587 11,873 12,000 12,000 10,000 10,695 17,500


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QURBANI / UDHIYA Sharing the joy of Eid Al-Adha with families in need

Qurbani & Udhiya is among the first programs started by Islamic Relief in 1986, and recurs every year when Muslims around the world commemorate Eid Al-Adha and sacrifice livestock to feed the needy.

The meat is distributed fresh, chilled or frozen, according to what is appropriate for the dietary culture of the region. While sourcing livestock we remain mindful of availability, cost, quality and the effect on local markets.

2-5 KG = FAMILY OF 4-8 EACH PACKET IS 2-5 KILOGRAMS OF MEAT AND FEEDS A FAMILY OF 4-8 PEOPLE

204,559

PEOPLE FELT THE JOY OF EID THIS YEAR BECAUSE OF YOU

Afghanistan 2,568 Bangladesh 10,123 Canada 2,500 Chad 24,947 Iraq 1,364 Jordan 1,440 Lebanon 2,247 Malawi 19,483 Myanmar 10,305 Niger 32,076 Pakistan 6,824 Palestine 28,033 Somalia 26,736 South Sudan 2,397 Sri Lanka 6,396 Syria 17,914 Tunisia 179 Yemen 9,027


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WINTER WARMTH Protection from harsh winter climate and illness for refugee and displaced people Providing families in very vulnerable conditions with essential items to protect against harsh winter conditions. These include fuel and heaters, warm blankets and bedding, winter clothing and shoes, construction and insulation materials, as well as tents and shelter supplies.

24,317

PEOPLE SURVIVED BECAUSE OF YOU

Albania Bosnia Chechnya Iraq Jordan Kosovo Lebanon Syria Tunisia Yemen

700 220 250 4,680 1,100 2,587 7,500 3,000 1,120 6,000


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ORPHAN SPONSORSHIP Your kindness transforms lives

Your sponsorships protect the wellbeing, safety, health, education and social environments of orphaned children and youth. Your generosity allows for children to be individually supported, and improves family stability and sustainable development for the entire community.

“Our sponsors supported us so that we may become someone important in the future. They have given us everything, and they did it for God’s sake.”

EID GIFTS

Bringing happiness and a sense of equality amongst children by gifting new clothing, shoes and school supplies. Focused on children who are most neglected because of poverty and loss, those with disabilities and special needs and those who are orphaned.

THIS YEAR YOU HELPED SPONSOR A TOTAL OF

8,291

ORPHANS WORLDWIDE 608 Afghanistan Albania 70 622 Bangladesh 128 Bosnia 243 Chechnya 252 Ethiopia 208 India 122 Indonesia 245 Iraq 114 Jordan 332 Kenya Kosovo 11 Lebanon 150 Mali 450 Niger 285 Pakistan 551 Palestine Gaza Palestine West Bank 89 Somalia 591 South Africa 96 Sri Lanka 122 Sudan 299 Syria 772 Tunisia 45 Yemen 352

1336


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FINANCIALS 2017 S TAT E M E N T O F R E V E N U E 1

5

DONATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC

OTHER

$326,275

$29,777,294

TOTAL

$48,750,354 4

GOVERNMENT GRANTS

2

$2,800,000

GIFTS IN KIND

3

$12,993,523

CANADIAN CHARITIES

$2,853,262

S TAT E M E N T O F E X P E N D I T U R E S

2

FUNDRAISING

1

CHARITABLE PROGRAMS

$42,951,385

TOTAL

$47,550,685

$3,318,026 3

ADMINISTRATION

$1,281,274


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I N T E R N AT I O N A L C H A R I TA B L E P R O G R A M S 1

4

DISASTER RELIEF

CHILDREN IN NEED

$18,494,635

$4,831,710 3

FEED THE NEEDY

$5,130,703

5

ORPHAN SPONSORSHIP

$3,710,741

2

DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS Complete Financial Statements online – www.islamicrelief.ca

$9,556,922


THANK YOU


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Islamic Relief Canada Annual Report 2017  

An overview of the projects you made possible, and the impact you had all over the world in the last year. Thank you to each and every one o...

Islamic Relief Canada Annual Report 2017  

An overview of the projects you made possible, and the impact you had all over the world in the last year. Thank you to each and every one o...