Help the Families of the Quebec Mosque Shooting

Help the Families of the Quebec Mosque Shooting

In the horrific aftermath of the Quebec City mosque shooting, where 6 men were gunned down during peaceful prayer, 2 remain in critical condition, Canadians want to know how to help. These men supported their families, young children and elderly parents. There have been spontaneous vigils and signing on-line condolence registries. Let’s dig deeper and donate to the families of the victims.

Click here to give to the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec through CanadaHelps.

  • Make a one-time donation
  • Select the Help to Victims’ Family Fund

The Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec is a registered Canadian charity and donations will be tax receipted by Canada Helps. The mosque is a small charity (as are the majority of faith congregations in Canada) with donations of $198,004 last year.  The mosque has some money ($403,551) in reserves. For those looking for basic information, here’s a link to the CRA charity’s annual filing.

Charity Intelligence has not analysed Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec in detail but from previewing its annual filings, all looks in order.  Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec charity registration number: 89042 0540 RR0001.

 


 

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