We are a registered charity in Canada. Getting our registered charitable status was critical for us to be able to build up our donor base, because they obviously benefit from the tax credit. A condition of our charitable status is that we grant funding towards only other registered charities. We do that. Obviously Capital Rainbow Refuge is the main one. We worked with Rainbow Refugee to get their registered charitable status, and they recently got it, so now they can apply directly to us for grant funding, which is wonderful.
I'll say something that is really fascinating about what's starting to happen. There is a movement starting to happen. Not only are people coming to us and actually wanting to hold fundraisers on our behalf, but we actually have massive corporations like TD Bank coming to us and bestowing on us incredible gifts. The TD Aeroplan Pride program gave us three million Aeroplan miles that we could use for our cause. It seems really obvious at first to say, “well, that's great, because you are bringing refugees over.” However, we can't do it with our Aeroplan miles because there is a very entrenched process in place that requires the Government of Canada to supply the International Organization for Migration with the money to organize the flights to bring the refugees over, so we can't actually see it in that revenue stream, which would be coming from a deep pocket. So, that's a major challenge for us. We are hoping we can work with the government to find a way to make our case so sponsorship groups that we've actually supported will be eligible quite easily to have the costs of their travel covered. We have TD ready and able to help us. That's a big challenge, and I think it's important for me to point that out.