Canadian Donors

Partner with us to change the lives of orphans.

Whether you are giving one-time or will be a continual supporter of Canadian Resources For Missions Foundation, your participation is highly valued and will push us towards reaching our goals.

A life is a terrible thing to waste…


To Mail A Cheque in Canada:


Make your cheque payable to

 Canadian Resources for Missions Foundation and send to:


Canadian Resources for Missions Foundation

Royal Oak RPO

Box 91078

Calgary, AB T3G 5W6


We want to use your donations responsibly for what they are intended,so we have eliminated online donations, due to the expense of maintaining it outweighing the amount donated.

Our registration as a charitable organization in Canada is #83540 6687 RR0001

Donor designated funds will be received and used only for CRMF Board approved projects. All funds designated toward a specific project will be used as designated, unless the needs in the project have been met, or the project is discontinued. The board reserves the right to direct the funds according to its priorities. “




Help Us Grow a Sustainable Ministry

To see our Dossier, which explained our financial/strategic plans for the year 2012-13, please click here.


We expect to be a ministry that is able to produce enough income to pay for most of our operational costs. The farm profits from selling grain and milk were able to cover most of the day to day costs of the school in the 2014-15 year. This has been the case in the last two school years, which was the hope when the program was founded.

Updated information 2018

Your help today will help us build a sustainable future for years to come, which will change many lives. Since our program has been able to pay  staff and student salaries with the farm profits, funds raised by CRMF has gone to infrastructure- equipment and buildings for the farm and school.

In spring 2014 work was done on the barn renovation, 2015 funds raised were used to purchase and renovate the third group home. In 2015 we added bedrooms unto the first girls group home and built a multi-purpose classroom with 3 small apartment complex for older students. The dairy farm is operational  in the new renovated facility. After waiting a year and a half to be hooked up to the electric grid, we have been using the new freestall barn and parlor for milking the cows since October 2016. Spring 2017 we built a small cheese plant to teach cheesemaking*, and added drip irrigation for growing corn with CRMF funds.  In the future,  we hope to renovate more group homes and possibly add other learning tracks.  This year we hope to expand the dairy herd since profit from selling milk has increased and add more irrigated corn acres.

*some projects are funded through other donors and work teams