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Citizenship and Immigration committee  On this I'd like to say that we sponsor the application process, and they have to have the funds available to get here. That's one milestone. Then it's an unknown. Then it can be up to seven years. We have to step outside of our ability to fund, because they have to get money fro

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson

Citizenship and Immigration committee  The only comment I would make is that we exist entirely as a volunteer organization and we're committed to our donor base. They want to see our money going out to help, so we are full-time employees and we do this in our spare time. We have in our constitution that we will not us

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson

Citizenship and Immigration committee  We're saying yes. Every single sponsorship program we've given out has made use of it, so it's inextricable to our funding work.

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson

Citizenship and Immigration committee  You should go first. I do have comments on the funding.

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson

Citizenship and Immigration committee  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 register

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Thank you, Mr. Nasution, for sharing your experience. The reach of our organization has truly become international owing to the many people who have suffered injustices because they are part of the LGBTQ+ community. Foundation of Hope trusts that our briefings provide ample ev

May 3rd, 2017Committee meeting

Chad Wilkinson