Annual Impact Report 2022

A Letter from our Board President & Executive Director

The social and economic unsteadiness of the past few years has reiterated the importance of balance in our operations. Moorelands Kids has navigated the waves of change in 2022 carefully, returning to in-person programming for the first time since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

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2022 Wrapped Up

In 2022, Moorelands Kids opened up their programs in-person for the first time since the pandemic! We began rebuilding our pressence in the communities we serve and connected with new and returning families through Moorelands Camp, our After-School Programs and our Christmas Holiday Program.

We also connected with many new donors and volunteers who helped us to accomplish the impact this year, so we thank you for being part of our community! We look forward to empowering even more kids in 2023.

Our Financial Position

As Chair of the Finance Committee, it is my pleasure to bring you the results of the 2022 Audited Financial Statements for Moorelands Kids.
Due to Moorelands fiscal stewardship and best practices in financial management, we are pleased to announce that we have once again been awarded a 5-star recognition with Charity Intelligence, which means that Moorelands Kids has been named a Top 100 Charity in Canada for the third year in a row!

As an organization, Moorelands Kids has remained steadfast in our commitment to serving at-risk children and youth throughout the challenging economic landscape. Our dedicated staff have ensured that the integrity of our resources, donated dollars and gifts-in-kind were directed to deliver quality after-school and camp experiences for kids from
low-income families.

In 2022, Moorelands returned to in-person programs with reduced capacity. Looking forward, we plan to not only return to pre-pandemic capacity, but to continue to grow and reach more kids.

The Board of Directors has overseen the strategic growth of Moorelands Kids in meeting its operating fiscal goals for 2022. Our $191K operating surplus allowed us to invest $143K in several needed capital projects such as a new dock system, barge motor and a trailer for deliveries, ensuring that camp was ready for kids to return. As we continue to eye growth, further capital investment is needed to enable Moorelands to be well positioned to serve more kids.

We are dedicated to ensuring that Moorelands Kids remains financially sustainable while maintaining
integrity in delivering quality resources for vulnerable kids. Thank you for your financial support. Together we can make a difference for kids who might otherwise be on the fringes of society!


Alison LaRocque
Chair of the Finance Committee

Partners Make Programs Happen

We gratefully acknowledge the individuals, corporations, foundations and groups whose major one-time, lifetime or legacy contributions have significantly shaped Moorelands and allow us to continue our vital work in the community.

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