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Financial Integrity

Faithful Stewardship
of every gift.

Our commitment is to be faithful to your generosity by directing as much as possible to the people and places God has given you a heart for.

Our careful stewardship of every donation and every dollar entrusted to us extends to the practicalities of our work. That means how we take care of the building we work in, to the ways we keep overhead low and the program support we send to the field. It is in our DNA to be both frugal and fruitful. Every donation to CBM is squeezed tightly to ensure the maximum amount possible is getting to those in need.

Latest Financial Statements

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2020 Financial Statements

For a full overview of CBM’s 2020 Financial Statements click on the cover image.

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Overview

Donation Policy

CBM ensures the protection of its donors’ privacy. All information provided through online donations is secured through the use of 128-bit encryption. CBM is committed to keeping information provided in the highest confidence. Only relevant employees have access to donor information on a need basis.

In the event a particular project or program is oversubscribed or where local conditions prevent implementation, CBM will redirect your donations to where it is needed most.

Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $10 or more. Charitable registration number: 10684 3436 RR001.

Standards and Ethics

As certified members of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities we hold ourselves accountable to the highest professional standards and ethics as a testimony to our Christian witness. We are committed to handling the finances entrusted to us with the utmost integrity.

We take seriously our commitment to preserve and maximize all of CBM’s resources by ensuring their sustainable utilization.

CBM does not, directly or indirectly, pay finder’s fees, commissions or percentage-based compensation to employees or third party organizations.

Governance

CBM is governed by a Board of Directors who represent over 900 Canadian Baptist congregations. These churches are organized through the four Canadian Baptist regional denominations.

Each denomination elects three members to the CBM Board of Directors. In addition, there is Board representation from the Canadian Baptist Women’s groups. The Board Executive is composed of the President, Treasurer and a Vice-President from each denomination and Canadian Baptist Women. The Executive acts as the board management committee with additional responsibilities for human resources.

President
Jordan Webber, CBWC

Past-President
Heather Rumble-Peterson, CBOQ

Treasurer
Michael Wills, CBOQ

Vice-Presidents
Sam Breakey, CBWC
Guy Pierre Canel, UEBFC
Moreen Sharp, CBW
Tim Tang, CBOQ
Carol Thorne, CBAC

Members
Greg Anderson, CBWC
Angela Dempster, CBOQ
Jennifer Friesen, CBWC
Cheryle Hanna, CBOQ
Darlene Maxey, CBWOQ
Michael McDonald, CBAC
Dieter Mulitze, UEBFC
Patrick Narcisse, UEBFC
Robert Nylen, CBAC
Gail Whalen-Dunn, ABW