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Canada’s longstanding refugee and humanitarian programs, resettle between 20,000-36,000 refugees per year. Of these, the majority fall under two umbrella programs: The first is the Landed-in-Canada Asylum Program (for refugee claimants). Anyone who lands on Canadian soil and claims refugee status is an asylum-seeker. International legal regulations, which Canada recognizes, provide that every asylum seeker's claim must be processed and evaluated. The second is the Refugee & Humanitarian Resettlement Program (for sponsored refugees).Refugee claims can also be made from outside of Canada. In these cases, there must be a sponsor for the claim. The Government of Canada acts as a sponsor, as do private individuals.
Just as the sponsorship models differ, the budgets of sponsoring committees will also look very different from each other. According to Canadian Legislation, the Government of Canada requires sponsoring groups to have a minimum of 9500Wusc sponsorships usually cost between 15,000 – 25, 000. This includes in Kind donations like Waivers and Meal plans.Included in this amount is also A Contribution fund of $2500 is due in November
Purpose of the session: To answer many frequently asked questions about the financial aspect of the SRP, and prepare you for raising the funds necessary for your sponsorship and managing them properly.
For those of you who finance their program through fundraising, What are some events that your committees do to raise large amounts of money? Bishops, Brandon U, Nipissing U, UQAM,