The FANJ has established a close partnership with the Camp Quatre-Saisons. Kids subsidized by the FANJ are currently sent to this not-for-profit summer camp, which is located on Lac Caché at La Macaza in the Laurentians.
In a longer term perspective, the FANJ hopes to establish other partnerships with summer camps also focused on nature, outdoor activities and project-based pedagogy.
In 2019 and 2021, the FANJ has secured funding from the Fondation Bon départ de Canadian Tire du Québec. The FANJ acknowledges the kind support it received from Mrs. Martine Desjardins (Fondation Bon Départ) and Mr. Michel Deslauriers (Tremblant's Canadian Tire).
Financial year in progress (ends October 31, 2021).
The Corporation starts its fiscal year with total assets of $35,467.
The Foundation hopes to receive $15,000 in donations.
If the public health context allows it, the Foundation plans to spend a minimum of $10,500 to subsidize youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons.
Administration fees are expected to be less than 5.3% of received donations.
The balance of received donations will be directed to medium term investments that will guarantee financial stability to the organization.
The Foundation receives $15,806 in donations.
Because of the COVID-19 health crisis, the FANJ didl not subsidize youth stays in 2020. Donations received in 2020 will be used to help more kids when the situation will return to normal.
Administration fees are very low, at 4.3% of received donations.
The Foundation receives $11,263 in donations.
It subsidizes 12 youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons.
Administration fees represent 4.2% of received donations.
Note: an amount of $8,010 has been directed for youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons for the summer 2019, but this amount has been comptabilized in our 2019-2020 financial year.
The Foundation receives $12,471 in donations.
It allocates $5,699 to subsidize 9 youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons.
Administration fees represent 3.9% of received donations.
The Foundation receives $6,451 in donations.
It allocates $2,772 to subsidize 5 youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons.
Administration fees are minimal, around 1% of received donations.
The Foundation receives $6,352 in donations.
Total expenses are $2,963, of which $2,300 are used to subsidize 5 youth stays at Camp Quatre-Saisons.
The administration fees of $663 represent 10.4% of the received donations.
The Foundation begins its operations.
$8,650 of donations are collected (of which $5,150 are contributed by the founding members).
Expenses of $5,986 are mostly explained by the legal fees associated with the constitution of the corporation.