Donations

The CIM Foundation (CIMF) is a not-for-profit charitable foundation (registration number 11883 4480 RR001). The Foundation supports educational programs and activities, promotes the industry as an enviable career choice, and provides scholarships.

The CIM Foundation is a separate legal entity from CIM, but was established and continues to be funded by CIM members.

All contributions are eligible for a tax credit under federal and provincial Income Tax rules. Your receipt for income tax purposes will be sent to you at the beginning of February, unless otherwise requested. The Foundation gratefully acknowledges all donors annually in the CIMF newsletter as well as the on the CIMF Web site, unless you request to remain anonymous.

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Contribution to the CIMF Endowment Fund

The CIM Foundation’s objective is to contribute to educational activities. It fundraises to support education and training initiatives across the country.

Contribution to the CIMF General Fund

The CIM Foundation’s objective is to contribute to educational activities. It fundraises to support education and training initiatives across the country.

Contribution to the Hydrometallurgy Fund of the CIMF

The Hydrometallurgy Fund of the CIM Foundation supports education and training initiatives across the country for students in the hydrometallurgy field.

Contribution to the MetSoc Fund of the CMMF

The MetSoc Fund of the CIM Foundation supports education and training initiatives across the country for students in the materials and metallurgy field.