Please contact us on the contact page.Fill out our contact us form
Please click here to inform us of your change of address.Fill out our contact us form
Please contact Jacob Gaudaur in Donor Care at email@example.com or 519-669-8844.Email our Donor Care Co-ordinator
Gifts by cheque or cash are receipted annually by mail by the end of February each year. Online gifts are receipted immediately by email. Monthly automatic credit card withdrawals are receipted annually by the end of February by email.
Visit our Giving Page by clicking GIVE above or use the Impact Programs menu to find your interest.Our Home and Give Page
Each donation given towards a program or a project will go directly to that program or project. If there is an exception and it cannot be completed for any reason, the remaining contributions will be used where there is the most need, at the discretion of the Board.
We love volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering, our Advocate page below for more information, or call us at 519.669.8844.Become and Advocate!
Employment opportunities for national office staff are handled by our Human Resources department. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Email our Human Resources department
iTeams Canada does not sponsor refugees to Canada. However, iTeams Canada works with refugees in Canada and overseas through community development projects.
iTeams Canada serves both in Canada and around the world. The wider International Teams family works in 45 countries with over 1000 staff. To see our programs, use the Impact Programs menu above.
International Teams Canada works with all denominations.
Use the link below iew our Statement of Values page.Statement of Values Page
International Teams Canada has various programs that seek to help meet the physical, economic, and spiritual well-being of everyone. We work in certain geographic areas meeting the needs of the poor and oppressed.
No, iTeams Canada does not do individual child sponsorship. iTeams Canada is committed to a program design approach that empowers indigenous leaders to bring about community transformation. By not doing individual child sponsorship, communities have the power to meet needs in unique and innovative ways that work within their own community.