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Give 30 has raised over $30,000

Give 30 is still going strong and has raised over $30,000 for Daily Bread Food Bank. Although Ramadan ended this week, Give 30 continues throughout the summer until September 5.

How can I participate?

Brown bag your lunch, or give up buying a coffee for a month. Donate the money you’ve saved to help someone in need!

Donate to the Give 30 Daily Bread campaign online by clicking here.

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims. This year, Ramadan takes place from June 28 to July 27.

What is Give 30?

Give 30 is a grassroots campaign founded in 2012 by lawyer and social activist Ziyaad Mia. Give 30 launches June 15 and runs through the summer. Find out more at GIVE30.ca.

 

How can I participate?

Donate to the Give 30 Daily Bread campaign online by clicking here.

Brown bag your lunch, or give up buying a coffee for a month. Donate the money you’ve saved to help someone in need!

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims. This year, Ramadan takes place from June 28 to July 27.

What is Give 30?

Give 30 is a grassroots campaign founded in 2012 by lawyer and social activist Ziyaad Mia. Give 30 launches June 15 and runs through the summer. Find out more at GIVE30.ca.

– See more at: http://www.dailybread.ca/news/#sthash.90vRjxeb.dpuf

How can I participate?

Donate to the Give 30 Daily Bread campaign online by clicking here.

Brown bag your lunch, or give up buying a coffee for a month. Donate the money you’ve saved to help someone in need!

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims. This year, Ramadan takes place from June 28 to July 27.

What is Give 30?

Give 30 is a grassroots campaign founded in 2012 by lawyer and social activist Ziyaad Mia. Give 30 launches June 15 and runs through the summer. Find out more at GIVE30.ca.

– See more at: http://www.dailybread.ca/news/#sthash.90vRjxeb.dpuf

How can I participate?

Donate to the Give 30 Daily Bread campaign online by clicking here.

Brown bag your lunch, or give up buying a coffee for a month. Donate the money you’ve saved to help someone in need!

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims. This year, Ramadan takes place from June 28 to July 27.

What is Give 30?

Give 30 is a grassroots campaign founded in 2012 by lawyer and social activist Ziyaad Mia. Give 30 launches June 15 and runs through the summer. Find out more at GIVE30.ca.

– See more at: http://www.dailybread.ca/news/#sthash.90vRjxeb.dpuf


Date Added: July 30, 2014 | Filed under: Blog, News — Tags: , , — Anderson @ 11:16 am



Daily Bread has earned Charity Intelligence’s highest rating – 4 stars!

Charity Intelligence 4-Star Ratings LogoCharity Intelligence researches Canadian charities for donors. Daily Bread was one of 72 charities who received a 4-star rating this month for excelling in financial transparency, accountability to donors and cost-efficiency.

“Charity Intelligence’s research has found charities that are exceptional. This list of 4-star charities shows Canadians 72 charities that excel in accountability to donors, financial transparency and cost-efficiency. We hope Charity Intelligence’s ratings help donors get accurate, independent information in making important giving decisions,” said Kate Bahen, Managing Director of Charity Intelligence.

This is not the first time that Daily Bread has been recognized for its excellence in these areas. In 2012, Daily Bread became one of the first charities, and the first food bank, to be accredited under Imagine Canada’s comprehensive Standards Program, a national standards program for non-profits. This program rated Daily Bread as excelling in areas such as board governance, ethical fundraising, volunteer involvement, staff management in addition to financial accountability and transparency.

“As a charitable organization, our values have always included accountability. Accountability to our donors, our member agencies and the people we provide food and support to. We hold ourselves to the highest standards possible as we fight hunger,” said Gail Nyberg, Daily Bread’s executive director.

 

Click here to read Charity Intelligence’s report on Daily Bread Food Bank.

Find out more about Charity Intelligence’s ratings and methodology here: www.charityintelligence.ca.

 


Date Added: July 9, 2014 | Filed under: Blog, News — Tags: , , , , — Anderson @ 4:10 pm