Have you or anyone you know ever been involved with any one of Canada’s 86,600 charities as a donor, employee, board member or volunteer? Do you have information suggesting that this charity might be misusing resources?
If so, help Charity Files investigate and publish the truth.
Charity Files is a media organization dedicated to investigative journalism that defends the Canadian and global publics’ right to know how charities use your generous donations. We strongly believe that philanthropy is enhanced when the public is more aware of how charities work and use resources.
To that end, we publish news, views and original documents that encourage charities to be more transparent and accountable with donations. We welcome leaked information from charity insiders like you.
Maybe you already consider yourself a “whistleblower,” i.e. a person who voluntarily provides original information about a possible violation of the Income Tax Act and other charity regulations that took place in the past, is ongoing, or is about to occur.
If you have information or documents that may turn out to be the one great lead we’re waiting for, Email Us today.
We won’t publish any of your personal information without your permission. To send us information anonymously, please use our SecureDrop site.
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