Information available to the public from a registered charity’s T3010 return

Public information

Most of the information in a charity's return is available to the public.

The following information is available through the List of charities:

  • Program account details:
    • registration number (business number)
    • organization name
    • operating/trade name
    • registration date
    • fiscal period end
    • designation
    • mailing address
    • email
    • website
    • telephone number
    • public contact name or position
    • program areas
       
  • Form T3010, Registered Charity Information Return
    • Section A: Identification
    • Section B: Directors/trustees and like officials (see Form T1235 below for details)
    • Section C: Programs and general information
    • Section D: Financial information
    • Schedule 1: Foundations
    • Schedule 2: Activities outside Canada
    • Schedule 3: Compensation
    • Schedule 5: Non-cash gifts
    • Schedule 6: Detailed financial information
    • Schedule 7: Political activities
  •  Form T1235, Directors/Trustees and Like Officials Worksheet
    • names, positions, and start and end dates of directors, trustees, and like officials
    • arm’s length relationships between directors, trustees, and like officials
       
  • Form T1236, Qualified Donees Worksheet / Amounts Provided to Other Organizations
    
  • Form T2081, Excess Corporate Holdings Worksheet for Private Foundations
    • Part I, Section A: Identification
    • Part I, Section B: Original corporate holdings percentage 
    • Part I, Section C: Total corporate holdings percentage 
    • Part I, Section D: Excess corporate holdings percentage
    • Part I, Section E: Net increase/decrease in excess corporate holdings percentage
    • Part I, Section F: Divestment obligation table
    • Part II, Section A: Material transactions by the foundation

The following information is available on request only:

For other ways to get charity information, go to How to get information about a charity.

Confidential information

Information in the confidential section of a charity’s return is only available to authorized representatives of the charity.

The Canada Revenue Agency may have to release confidential information in connection with certain legal proceedings, and is allowed to share some confidential information with other government departments and agencies.

The following information is confidential:

  • Form T3010, Registered Charity Information Return
    • Section F: Confidential data
      • physical address of the charity
      • address for the charity’s books and records
      • name and address of the individual who completed the return
         
    • Schedule 4: Confidential data
      • information about fundraisers
      • information about donors not resident in Canada
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