Every year Canadian registered charities must file the T3010 Registered Charity Information Return. If charities do not file the form, they can be revoked by CRA for non-filing. The T3010 is a complicated form dealing with legal, accounting and operational issues. This presentation will focus on helping fundraisers, researchers, and grant writers understand the T3010, common mistakes in completing the form, and parts of the form most important to fundraisers.

Learning Objectives:

  1. CRA Guidances and how they impact the T3010
  2. Common mistakes in completing the T3010
  3. Consequences of incomplete or inaccurate T3010 filing
  4. Strategies for filing T3010 accurately and in a timely fashion

Mark Blumberg, LL.B., LL.M., TEP


Blumberg Segal LLP

Mark Blumberg is a charity lawyer based in Toronto with Blumberg Segal LLP and has worked for over 20 years on issues relating to non-profits, registered charities and philanthropy, in Canada and abroad.  Mark has written and lectured extensively on these topics.  He is the editor of two blogs namely www.CanadianCharityLaw.ca and www.GlobalPhilanthropy.ca™ and manages www.charitydata.ca and www.smartgiving.ca.