Canada Post Community Foundation
How to Help
You can support our effort to deliver a brighter future for Canadian children by the following methods. Together we're making a difference in the lives of children.
Purchasing a booklet of fundraising stamps. The additional $1 (for a booklet of 10 stamps) you pay for the stamps will be donated to the Foundation
Making a donation (up to $19.99) at any post office
Tax receipts for donations over $20.00, made online or by mail, will be issued in January of each year. Your support is greatly appreciated! Together we’re making a difference in the lives of children.
Mailing a cheque or money order to:
PO BOX 90007
OTTAWA ON K1V 1J8
Donating online here
Canada Post Community Foundation for Children now accepting grant applications for local initiatives
The Canada Post Community Foundation for Children’s annual call for grant applications is now open. Registered charities, school programs or community organizations are eligible to apply for a share of $1.2 million of funding from the Foundation, which supports community organizations that make a difference for children and youth in Canada.
Canada Post kicks off annual campaign for Community Foundation
Today marks the beginning of a month-long fundraising effort by Canada Post and its employees to raise funds for the Community Foundation for Children. Funds raised through an annual in-store campaign, employee events and through sales of a special semi-postal stamp allow the Foundation to deliver grants to community-based organizations focused on programs and activities for children and youth.
Community Foundation for Children stamp now available
The artistic rendition of a white sailing ship on a deep blue ocean by then seven-year-old Ezra Peters of Whitelaw (Alberta) is now on three million semi-postal stamps that will help support the work of non-profit children’s charities and school programs across the country.
Stamp Competition Finalists Announced
Five young Canadians are now in the running to have their artwork featured on the 2013 Community Foundation stamp that raises funds for children’s charities and school programs.
Canada Post launches design contest to find 2013 Community Foundation Stamp
The Canada Post Community Foundation is asking for help – from kids across Canada. Budding artists 15 years old and under are invited to submit their original artwork via canadapost.ca/stampcompetition in a competition designed to raise awareness of issues faced by today’s youth, and raise funds for the Foundation.