Making Donations to the CAA
A National Arts Service Organization
The Canadian Authors Association is Canada's national writing organization.
Founded in 1921, the CAA has played a key role in the support and development of the Canadian writing community.
The CAA has charitable status as a registered National Arts Service Organization (NASO).
Making Tax-Deductible Contributions
Tax-deductible Charitable Receipts
As a registered NASO, the CAA is entitled to issue tax-deductible charitable receipts for donations. Donations are essential for continuation of our programs.
Contributing to a Specific Program
If a donor wishes to contribute to a specific program (such as the Awards Program) or to the activities of one of the CAA's branches, this should be indicated and the funds will be allocated to the identified program or Branch.
Must Be Payable to CAA National
All donations must, however, be paid to the National organization.
Cheques should be payable to "Canadian Authors Association" or "CAA" if you wish to obtain a tax-deductible charitable receipt. Payments made out to "Literary Awards" or to a particular branch, for example, are not eligible.
Please submit your cheque to:
- Canadian Authors Association
- 74 Mississaga St East
- Orillia ON L3V 1V5
Thank You For Your Support
Thank you for your interest in supporting Canadian writers and writing with a donation to the Canadian Authors Association.
If you would like to have more information about how you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Canadian Authors Association, please contact our office.
Updated January 31, 2012