CHF in Focus

After 50 years, Ottawa-based Canadian Hunger Foundation will hand over existing operations

OTTAWA, July 30— Despite being one of Canada’s longest-standing international non-governmental organizations, after 53 years as a conduit for Canadian generosity to families living in poverty in developing countries, the Canadian Hunger Foundation (CHF) will cease active operations on July 31.

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Saying Thank You and Goodbye

First, let us say THANK YOU for your support. We’ve helped a lot of people together. But after more than 50 years as a conduit for Canadian generosity to families living in poverty in developing countries, the Canadian Hunger Foundation (CHF) will close its doors.

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Thanks for stopping by, but after 53 years in operation the Canadian Hunger Foundation
has had to close its doors. You can read more about our closing and what it means
for the families we help by clicking here.

We’ve transitioned our projects to World University Service of Canada welcome.wusc.ca
and Canadian Feed The Children www.canadianfeedthechildren.ca/projects. Please take a moment to visit
their sites — they will need your support to continue the important work we’ve been doing together.

Thank you so much for your generosity over the years.
It’s meant a life-changing difference in the lives of so many.

Yours in changing the world,
The Team at CHF