The Humanitarian Coalition
The Humanitarian Coalition is a joint appeal mechanism. It is comprised of Canadian Lutheran World Relief, CARE Canada, Islamic Relief Canada, Oxfam Canada, Oxfam-Québec, Plan Canada and Save the Children Canada. With a combined presence in more than 120 countries, we bring together Canada's leading aid agencies to finance relief efforts in times of international humanitarian crises. We work together to eliminate unnecessary competition, reduce the duplication of fundraising costs, and inform the public on humanitarian needs.
By collaborating, we are able to keep appeal management expenses to a maximum of 12%, thus allocating 88% of donations to programming.
Membership in the Humanitarian Coalition is open, but limited to registered Canadian charities with established expertise and capacity in international humanitarian response.
CARE is a proud founding member of the Humanitarian Coalition.
Association Quebecoise des organismes de Cooperation Internationale
AQOCI is a coalition of 65 Quebec organizations that work abroad and in Quebec for sustainable human development.
Canadian Coalition for Climate Change and Development (C4D)
C4D is a coalition of international development and environmental organizations working together to share knowledge and take concerted action to address climate change.
Canadian Council for International Co-Operation (CCIC)
CCIC is a coalition of Canadian voluntary sector organizations working globally to achieve sustainable human development.
Canadian Food Security Policy Group (FSPG)
The FSPG formed after the 1996 World Summit on Food Security, bringing together Canadian international development and humanitarian agencies, farmers’ organizations and human rights groups who have worked for decades in sectors related to enhancing sustainable agriculture and food security in developing countries and Canada.
Canadian Network for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
CARE Canada is a major partner in CAN-MNCH, the Canadian network of NGOs and research institutes working together to improve the health of mothers and newborn children in the developing world. By collaborating on the ground, sharing best practices and lessons learned, and diligently measuring results, the members of CAN-MNCH are increasing their impact as they tackle maternal and infant mortality rates.