Families For A Secure Future Corp.

Charity address and neighbourhood:

16 Roncesvalles Ave
Parkdale
Toronto
ON
M6R2K3

Introduction

The Organization Provides Support And Encouragement To Persons With Disabilities By Offering Programs In Individual Development And Integration Into The Community; Educates The Public On Debilitating Conditions And The Needs Of Persons With Disabilities By Providing Seminars And By Collecting And Disseminating Information On That Topic; And Provides Support For Those Affected By Debilitating Diseases, Illnesses And Conditions By Offering Education And Counseling And By Establishing Mutual Support Groups. The Organization Provides Person Directed Planning To Individuals With Developmental Disabilities So That They Might Enjoy A Full Life In Community.

CRA Certified charity

Charitable Organization

Benefits to Community

Recreation, playgrounds or camps

Families For A Secure Future Corp. Overview
$653,042

Total revenue

$669,675

Total expenses

$12,458

Total liabilities

$38,984

Total assets

Charity Needs

Key stats

Headquarters: 16 Roncesvalles Ave
Neighbourhood: Parkdale
Number of employees: $9
Full-time employees: $9
Part-time employees: $0
Registered: 2005-01-01
CRA business registration number (BN): 875187007RR0001

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