Funding

JIAS Toronto is a not-for-profit charitable organization, funded by the Government of Canada (Citizenship and Immigration Canada), the Government of Ontario (Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration) and UJA Federation of Greater Toronto. JIAS Toronto receives over 65% of its annual budget from the government (95% Federal, 5% Provincial); 31% from UJA Federation; and the balance from grants, community foundations and private donors.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM JIAS (JEWISH IMMIGRANT AID SERVICES) TORONTO AUDITED FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2014

OPERATING BUDGET

REVENUE

EXPENSES

Government of Canada:
CIC Toronto and York Region Settlement Programs $2,191,468 $2,191,468
Community Historical Recognition Program $0 $8,279
Canada Summer Jobs $3,280 $3,280
Government of Ontario:
Trillium Foundation $73,367 $73,366
Newcomer Settlement Program (NSP) $86,920 $86,920
Community Capacity Building Program $35,819 $35,819
Pay Equity $27,190 $27,190
UJA Federation of Greater Toronto:
BLOCK Grant $989,173 $941,693
Pension Liability -$154,007
Financial Supplementation Program (FSP) $117,652 $117,596
RAJET Program (formerly AMEINU) $30,000 $30,000
Friends of JIAS Toronto Donations
$73,413
Other contributions
$53,052 $43,450
TOTAL
$3,681,334 $3,405,054

Our work is made possible through the generosity of our donors and the investment of our funders, year after year.