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2016 Top 1000 non-profit (registered charity) Organizations Report

2016 Top 1000 non-profit (registered charity) Organizations Report


The report is a ranking of the Top 1000 Canadian non-profit (registered charity) organizations based on total revenue. Total revenue includes all sources of revenue including government sources, donations and investment income. Some of the sectors these organizations represent include education, health, arts, and social welfare.

The Top 100 subset of this list is available here

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Use this report to help target organizations with your business services and products.

The report will surprise with the size and scope of Canada's largest non-profit organizations.

Your Top 1000 spreadsheet file includes the following:

  • Rank
  • Non-Profit Organization (Registered Charity) Name
  • Total Revenue ($000)
  • Fiscal Period Ending
  • Total Expenditures ($000)
  • Net Gain / Loss ($000)
  • Total Assets ($000)
  • Salaries and Wages ($000)
  • Number of Full Time Employees
  • Number of Part Time Employees
  • Contact Salutation
  • Contact Given Names
  • Contact Family Name
  • Position
  • Phone Number
  • Address
  • City
  • Province
  • Postal Code
  • Category
  • Website address

CharityCAN  is a resource for in-depth information regarding Canada's 85,000-plus registered charitable organizations, public foundations, private foundations, and those who donate to them. Users of this site can search for, analyse, compare and rank Canada's registered charities. They can also research prospective individual, corporate and granting foundation donors.

Third Sector Publishing, which produces CharityCAN, also publishes Canadian Donor's Guide  and Canadian Who's Who Canadian Donor's Guide is the only authoritative directory to Canadian charities available in print and online. Canadian Who's Who, first published in 1910, is the standard reference source of contemporary Canadian biography, featuring the biographies of prominent Canadians selected on merit alone.