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Strong Charities. Strong Communities.
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Voice: 2014 Annual Report

Leadership’s Message

The charitable sector is a vibrant and important part of our country. We must have the capacity to come together and speak with a strong, united, credible and independent voice. Imagine Canada is that voice.

Imagine Canada is uniquely positioned to affect change on issues of common interest to charities and nonprofits, regardless of mission or cause. When we have success, the effect is exponential; this was the case in 2014. We spoke out on behalf of the sector and we were heard.

Imagine a Canada where charitable organizations are more effective, more respected and more vibrant collectively than they ever could be individually. That’s the Canada we imagine.

It was a year of ongoing success for the charitable sector and Imagine Canada. The momentum of previous years continues to produce measurable results which directly impact organizations across the country. Yet much work remains to be done.

In 2014, direct efforts have been made to activate the collective strength of the sector – amplifying the voice of many to speak to common issues. Charitable organizations lent their support to the Stretch Tax Credit campaign. A media outreach campaign, focusing on giving considerations during the Holiday Season, turned the spotlight on the ‘cost of administration’ issue. Organizations representing a wide range of causes spoke out in defence of our sector’s role in advocacy.

Clearly there has been some success in working together to speak loudly and in a unified fashion, but also lessons learned about the distance we still have to go in order to achieve major breakthroughs.

A Canada where charities work hand in hand with business and governments, to build more vibrant, prosperous communities.

Building on the foundations of the Narrative project and the ongoing analysis provided by the Chief Economist for Canada’s Charitable and Nonprofit Sector, Imagine Canada is working to fundamentally reframe the perception and understanding of the sector in the minds of the business community, government and public. Seeking to develop a greater understanding of the vibrant contribution this sector makes to the nation’s economy, combined with shifting the conversation to value and impact, Imagine Canada is committed to leading this work.

There were numerous measures to continue this reframing including the launch of a new, more robust Imagine Canada website, bringing the Students (Verb) Charities contest to life with the A Charity Was Here campaign and speeches by our Chief Economist to audiences comprised primarily of business and government leaders.

A Canada where charities are innovative, transparent, ethical and well-governed.

The commitment to building and enhancing trust in the sector remained strong in 2014. Our flagship initiative, the Standards Program, is achieving a critical mass of participants. Many organizations were accredited and even more began the process. Over time, the trustmark will be seen by Canadians as the recognized seal of excellence in good governance. Resources and tools, such as Grant Connect and Sector Source, provided timely and relevant information for sector leaders to keep pace and continue to be updated regularly.

We imagine a Canada where all this is possible. Where giving is a powerful act engaged in by all our citizens. Where that giving has fundamental, tangible and lasting benefits for our society.

2014 represents the second year of our three-year strategic plan. As Imagine Canada heads into 2015 we’ll begin a new process for envisioning the future – setting the course for years to come.

We would be remiss in not acknowledging the many groups and individuals that have contributed to the successes that were realized in 2014. The list is long and varied – from all of the organization’s funders and supporters; the passionate volunteers that contribute to the Board of Directors, Advisory Council and numerous committees; our visionary Sector Champions, members and Caring Companies; and, the dedicated and resourceful Imagine Canada staff. We also wish to acknowledge the powerful contribution made by outgoing President and CEO, Marcel Lauzière, during his time at the helm.

Thanks for a wonderful year and we look forward to much continued success!

That’s what we imagine, when we Imagine Canada.

Stéphane Vaillancourt
Chair, Board of Directors
Bruce MacDonald
President & CEO
Epidaurus theatre, illustrating the amplifying voice of the sector

Amplifying the Voice of the Sector

This was a year of speaking up for charities. Saving them time, money and eliminating barriers to allow them to focus on their missions. 

We estimate that our 2014 public policy work has resulted in a positive financial impact to the sector of more than $130 million.

Uniting the sector’s influencers

Imagine Canada’s Sector Champions are some of Canada’s most influential charity and nonprofit leaders dedicated to building a stronger nonprofit sector. These members guide our activities and, because of their influence, amplify our voice when we speak on behalf of the sector.

In 2014, we brought our Sector Champions together for a Roundtable event focused on:

  • leadership and networking
  • North American issues, challenges and solutions
  • millennial engagement
  • the economics of our sector

Sector Champions bring us closer to our constituents and their needs.

“The speakers [at the 2014 Roundtable] were exceptional! Also, the topics were very pertinent to my work on an ongoing basis and the content I can easily use in my future work with CARE Canada.” — Gillian Barth, President & CEO, CARE Canada

Preventing obstacles to email outreach

When Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) was introduced in 2013, we intervened, along with others, to obtain an exemption for registered charities using electronic communications for the primary purpose of raising funds. We succeeded.

However, when the legislation rolled out in 2014, we recognized a need to ensure that Industry Canada (who wrote the law) and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (who would be enforcing it) were on the same page when it came to the scope and implications of the exemption. We worked behind the scenes with our community of members to make sure this happened.

This exemption will save 50,000 registered charities $25 million in administrative & compliance costs plus the millions of dollars that would have been lost had charities been required to obtain permission from all their donors and supporters.

Reducing credit card transaction fees

In 2014, MasterCard and VISA announced a voluntary lowering of their credit card transaction fees. Our dialogue with the Finance Minister’s staff led to his insistence that charities receive better rates as part of this reduction. The result: interchange fees will be lowered by between 25% and 40% for charities (compared to a 10% reduction for other merchants).

When these changes come into effect in 2015, charities will save at least $32 million in fees.

For the first time, the 2014 federal budget devoted a section specifically to charities. This change represents a growing recognition of the importance of the charitable sector as a key pillar of society.

Encouraging first-time and repeat giving

The First-Time Donor’s Super Credit came into being in 2013: a 25-point boost to the charitable tax credit for individuals with no record of donation since 2007. 

To further encourage Canadians to stretch their giving year after year, the next logical step is the introduction of a Stretch Tax Credit for Charitable Giving for which we have been and are currently advocating. More than 250 Members of Parliament have already been contacted about the “Stretch” by charities in their riding.

In 2014, the result of this new credit has led to 90,000 new donors generating more than $20 million in new revenue for the sector; we estimate it will generate $200 million over four years.

Speaking up about accounting standards

In 2013, with partners and our Rapid Response group, we strongly voiced our concerns about changes to the nonprofit accounting standards, as proposed by the Accounting Standards Board and the Public Sector Accounting Board, that would negatively affect the nonprofit sector. As a result of our unprecedented response, the Boards decided to consult broadly with the sector before proceeding with any revisions.

Preserving and extending tax-exempt status

In 2013, we challenged a provision in the federal budget that would have made hospital foundations liable for GST/HST on the parking facilities that they run. In 2014, legislation was passed that not only restored foundations’ tax-exempt status in this regard, but also extended the GST/HST exemption to parking facilities operated directly by hospitals.

We estimate this exemption will save hospitals and hospital foundations $45 million per year.

Reining in escalating postage costs

In 2013, Canada Post announced postage rate increases that would have disproportionately and negatively affected smaller charitable organizations. We immediately started a conversation with postal authorities about our concerns. In 2014, our efforts led to a temporary rebate program to ease the impact on charities and small businesses and a significant lowering of the volume thresholds needed to use bulk mailing solutions.

In total, we conservatively estimate a one-time saving of $300,000.

Opening up charities’ access to skilled talent

We have been advocating for charities to be able to access a broader suite of federal programs that have been available to businesses, for example, Mitacs: a program that builds partnerships between academia and industry. As a result of our work with Employment and Social Development Canada and Industry Canada, the Mitacs Accelerate program has been opened up to charities and nonprofits.

Access to the Mitacs Accelerate program will give charities and nonprofits access to 25% of highly skilled talent placements, resulting in 560 positions and $4.2 million in new funding annually.

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Changing the Conversation

This year, we started a new conversation about charities, their important role in the Canadian economy, and the resources they need in order to make a difference.

Improving how we tell the sector’s story

To help nonprofits and charities tell the story of who we are, what we do and how we make a difference, we created and released a bilingual Narrative Tool Kit in 2014. The resource has proven extremely popular, accounting for more than a third of all the downloads from our Sector Source website.

“I have to tell you that this is an outstanding report!!! It is extremely well done. It is both convincing and concise — something that is very difficult to achieve. As a follow-up, I am meeting this morning with a broad group of leaders of denominations and Christian agencies to bring the sector narrative to our sub-sector.”

Rev. John Pellowe, CEO, Canadian Council of Christian Charities

Creating awareness of the impact of charities

In 2013, with co-sponsor The Muttart Foundation, we asked students to create public awareness campaigns about how charities impact the quality of life in Canada and throughout the world: the Students (Verb) Charities contest.

In 2014, materials submitted to the contest formed the basis of a new campaign: A Charity Was Here. Focused on the many ways charities support communities and enrich our lives, this new bilingual campaign featured six videos, running on YouTube, the Captivate Elevator Network and Air Canada’s in-flight entertainment system.

The 2014 portion of the campaign resulted in hundreds of thousands of people being exposed to positive messages about the tremendous impact of the sector.

Shifting donors’ focus from overhead to impact

In the fall of 2014, we surveyed Canadians about their plans for charitable giving during the holiday season. We discovered that while a solid majority of Canadians were planning to make a donation, many people surveyed were overly focused on a charity’s cost of business instead of its impact. Our ensuing media campaign encouraged Canadians to appreciate that real impact requires real investment.

The 2014 Holiday Giving Survey found that 62% of Canadians intended to donate to charity over the 2014 holidays. 65% of those surveyed think that charities spend too much on administration.

Connecting with our constituents online

In 2014, to fulfill our goal of increasing engagement with our audiences, we developed a more accessible and vibrant online presence, with a new website serving as the hub. The new site has enabled us to more effectively share knowledge, support our public policy work and connect with our constituents, members, partners, policy makers and the media.

Our online community has expanded with 22,000+ Twitter followers and 3,900 LinkedIn group members as well as greater engagement, 300% increase in Facebook ‘likes’ and ‘reposts’ and a 45% increase in YouTube views.

Imaginecanada.ca experienced a 19% increase in unique visitors versus 2013, with 2x page views of the previous year.
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Setting the Tone

We helped charities to become more transparent while improving their governance and operations. We model these values and best practices in how we operate as an organization, strengthening our own credibility and that of the sector.

Strengthening the capacity of charities and nonprofits

In the fall of 2014, we were proud to announce that there are now 126 organizations accredited under our Standards Program. The program provides resources to build the capacity of charities and also offers a rigorous, peer-reviewed process that is meant to build public trust and confidence in the charitable sector. As the program grows, more organizations are deepening their involvement by nominating individuals to the Standards Council and volunteering to coach peers through the accreditation process. 

In a 2014 survey, more than 80% of accredited organizations said the Standards Program: advanced the perceived professionalism and credibility of their organization, resulted in their organization being viewed as a leader among its peers, and helped them to identify and reduce organizational risk.

Offering accurate, credible information about improving operations

Launched in 2013, Sector Source is a national, bilingual online source of accurate, credible information about the business of operating charities and nonprofits. In 2014, as part of our overall website design, we consolidated and streamlined Sector Source content and traffic increased dramatically.

Sector Source received 84% more traffic in 2014 versus the year before; more organizations than ever are using this resource to learn how to improve operations.

Helping organizations find sources of funding

Grant Connect is a bilingual database offering charities detailed, searchable information on thousands of major funders. In 2014, we focused on empowering grant seekers with best-in-class knowledge and building the best funder dataset in Canada. We added $4.8 billion in new gift records featuring data about government, corporate and foundation giving.

In 2014, over 2,000 fundraisers using Grant Connect were able to explore a database of over 325,000 grant records, totaling $13.6 billion dollars in giving.

“Grant Connect’s Funder Search tool has been instrumental in helping PLAN Toronto to identify and target funders whose goals and interests most closely align with our work. This has not only saved us valuable time that we can redirect to supporting families with a relative with a disability, but has also enabled us to secure much-needed funds to increase our reach and impact.”

Becky Rossi, Director of Communications and Strategic Development, PLAN Toronto

Deepening our understanding of grantmaking foundations

To increase understanding of the size, scope and role of grantmaking foundations, we partnered with Philanthropic Foundations Canada to produce the Assets & Giving Trends of Canada’s Grantmaking Foundations report in 2014. This data-based portrait of grantmaking foundations is helping to inform foundation donors, the broader charitable community, policymakers, and the general public.

“This research reflects the growth in organized philanthropy that we have seen in Canada over the last ten years, despite the financial crisis of 2008. Foundations have been in Canada for over 75 years but we are seeing a huge evolution, from informal charitable giving to an increasingly professionalized sector committed to making social change.” — Hilary Pearson, President, Philanthropic Foundations Canada

Corporate citizenship leaders in harmony with the community

In 2014, we were pleased to welcome seven new Caring Companies. For 26 years the Caring Company Program has been Canada’s leading corporate citizenship initiative. Caring Companies demonstrate and build greater engagement with the charitable sector by donating a minimum of 1% of pre-tax profit to community organizations, supporting at least one community investment project annually and publicly reporting on the scope and impact of their community investment activities.

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Our People

We are fortunate to have an exemplary board of directors, a superb advisory council, a highly qualified staff team and a dedicated group of skilled volunteers. Each one an important voice resonating in the Imagine Canada choir. 

Board of Directors

  • Marlene Deboisbriand
  • Owen Charters
  • Derek Gent
  • Darlene Jamieson
  • Refat Jiwani
  • Elisa Levi
  • Margaret Mason
  • Kevin McCort
  • Tim Moro
  • Mike Pedersen
  • Peter Robinson
  • Lee Rose
  • Caroline Sauriol
  • Martha J. Tory
  • Lynne Toupin
  • Willy Van Klooster
  • Stéphane Vaillancourt, Chair
  • Bob Wyatt

Advisory Council

  • Father Paul J. Abbass
  • Lucie Alègre
  • Beth Bilson
  • Michelle Dagnino
  • Lois Fine
  • Gordon Floyd
  • Barbara Grantham
  • Richard Irish
  • Jason Kelly
  • Denis Lalonde
  • David LePage
  • Susan Lewis
  • Janice Loomer Margolis
  • Bruce MacDonald
  • Michelle Madley
  • Susan Manwaring
  • Teresa Marques
  • Jill H. McAlpine
  • Susan McIsaac
  • Danny Michaud
  • David Morley
  • Allan Northcott
  • Brad Offman
  • Patti Pon
  • Vinod Rajasekaran
  • Mark Rodgers
  • Julia Sánchez
  • Stéphane Vaillancourt
  • Dick Vollet
  • Sharon Wood
  • Catherine Woodman


  • Karen Alebon
  • Paul Anderson*
  • Cathy Barr
  • Zeke Bruzon*
  • Lynn Chambers
  • Brynn Clarke
  • Emily Cordeaux
  • Diane Ellison
  • Brian Emmett
  • Stephen Faul
  • Brittany Fritsch
  • Michelle Gauthier
  • Ian Gibney
  • Ann Gratton
  • Marnie Grona
  • Shanti Hadioetomo
  • Bill Harper
  • Lisa Hartford
  • Devon Hurvid
  • Erica Ip
  • Sol Kasimer
  • Meg Kwasnicki
  • David Lasby
  • Marcel Lauzière*
  • Julie Lebel
  • Bruce MacDonald
  • Haley MacDonald
  • Amanda Mayer*
  • Michael Meadows
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Nicole Mitchell
  • Siobhan Moran*
  • Nisha Oliver
  • Olena Panfyorov
  • Margot Porter
  • Farah Rafi
  • Natalie Rekai
  • Bill Schaper
  • Cornelia Schrecker
  • Galina Shapiro
  • Toni Stockton
  • Maria Volakhava*

*Left Imagine Canada in 2014


  • Dr. Jacline Abray-Nyman
  • Sara Austin
  • Steven Ayer
  • Nick Ayre
  • Jane A. Baird
  • Denise Baker
  • Michelle Baldwin
  • Pedro Barata
  • Ann Barnard Ball
  • Colleen Basden
  • Jacques Bérubé
  • Rahul Bhardwaj
  • Beth Bilson
  • Alison Bledsoe
  • Mark Blumberg
  • Leslie Booth
  • Sue Boreskie
  • Susan Bower
  • Guy Bradbury
  • Linda Brazier-Lamoureux
  • Peter Broder
  • Tim Brodhead
  • Rhae Ann Bromley
  • Carmen Boyko
  • Trish Bronsch
  • Chantel Broten
  • Amy Buskirk
  • Celina Rayonne Caesar-Chavannes
  • Jennifer Carreiro
  • Michelle Campbell
  • Robin Cardozo
  • David Carroll
  • Terrance Carter
  • Kristine Cassie
  • Owen Charters
  • Michelle Coombs
  • Tom Coon
  • Karen Cooper
  • Amy Coupal
  • Denise Cumming
  • Claude David
  • Lou Del Gobbo
  • Diane Del Monte
  • Marilyn DeMara
  • Grace Diffey
  • Francesca Dobbyn
  • Rob Donelson
  • Christopher Dougherty
  • Pegi Dover
  • Ian Edward
  • Christine Epp
  • Derek Evans
  • Glenn Ewald
  • Iris Fabbro
  • Peter Faid
  • Michael Farris
  • Lois Fine
  • Heather Fleming
  • Marcy Fogal
  • Tracy Ford
  • Scott Forfar
  • Darlene Frampton
  • Deirdre Freiheit
  • Eva Friesen
  • Derek Gent
  • Mark Goldbloom
  • Malcolm Gowie
  • Barbara Grantham
  • Mark Gulla
  • Tony Ha
  • Scott Haldane
  • Sharilyn Hale
  • Jon Harris 
  • Brian Harrison
  • Chantal Havard
  • Renée Hébert
  • Allyson Hewitt
  • Jeanette Heywood
  • Jay Hooper
  • David Hughes
  • Paul Hunt
  • Laird Hunter
  • Catherine Jagdeo
  • Refat Jiwani
  • Gail Joyce
  • Colleen Kelly
  • Graham Kelsey
  • Debra Kerby
  • Jennifer King
  • Sandi Kiverago
  • Bobby Kleinman
  • Sergei Kolomoitsev
  • Deborah Kyrzakos
  • Walter Kurz
  • Barry Kwasniewski
  • Victor Lachance
  • Alain Laurendeau
  • Diana Lawrence
  • Danielle Leguard-White
  • David LePage
  • Len Lifchus
  • Kathy Lilyholm
  • Joanne Linzey
  • Lisa Litz
  • Kathy Magee
  • Theresa Man
  • Patrick Manley
  • Patrick Manley
  • Tracey Mann
  • Susan Manwaring
  • Jane Marco
  • Margaret Mason
  • Carol Matusicky
  • Stephanie McAllister
  • Jill McAlpine
  • Rosemary McCarney
  • Don McCreesh
  • Aine McGlynn
  • Micheline McKay
  • Andrea McManus
  • Rosie Mecca-Lancaster
  • Noreen Mian
  • Shawn Mitchell
  • Lyndsay Montina
  • Christy Moorhead
  • Luce Moreau
  • Susan Morris
  • Larry Murray
  • Beverley Murray
  • Jamie Neeson
  • Mariana Nimara
  • Leslie Olsen
  • Marlene Oliveira
  • Annand Ollivierre 
  • David Oyler
  • Liz Palmieri
  • Glen Pearce
  • Hilary Pearson
  • John Pellowe
  • Ryan Prendergast
  • Jody Rathgeber
  • Laurel Read
  • Lucie Rémillard
  • Caroline Riseboro
  • Teresa Rizcu
  • Mehvish Rizvi
  • Paula Roberts
  • Peter Robinson
  • Janet Rock
  • Ann Rosenfield
  • Penelope Rowe
  • Lori Rudniski
  • Evelyn Salhani
  • Julia Sanchez
  • Yves Savoie
  • Laura Schembri
  • Paulette Senior
  • Pamela Seto
  • Heather Simpson
  • Dave Spedding
  • Ming-Young Tam
  • Sue Tardi
  • Cathy Taylor
  • Michelle Thompson
  • Sheila Tilotta
  • Anne Tinker
  • Steven Tipman
  • Lynne Toupin
  • Katherine van Kooy
  • Ivan Watson
  • Kristine Webber
  • Beth Weintrop
  • Bobbi-Jean White
  • Faye Wightman
  • Shirley Wilson
  • Stewart Wong
  • Sharon Wood
  • Janelle Yanishewski 

Community of Supporters

Imagine Canada donors, sponsors and funders not only make our work possible financially, but in supporting us, they echo the sector’s voice. Thank you.

Leadership for a Stronger Canada

Centraide du Grand Montréal
Farber Financial Group
Genus Capital Management
Great-West Life, London Life, Canada Life*
Investors Group*
La Fondation J. Armand Bombardier
Mackenzie Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation
Metcalf Foundation
Power Corporation of Canada
PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada Foundation
RBC Foundation
TD Bank Group*
The Calgary Community Foundation
The Max Bell Foundation
The Winnipeg Foundation
Tides Canada
United Way Alberta Capital Region
United Way Calgary
United Way Toronto
Vancouver Community Foundation*
Wilfred Laurier University

Foundation donors

Deloitte Canada Foundation
Framework Foundation
Ivey Foundation
The Agora Foundation*
The J. W. McConnell Family Foundation*
The Max Bell Foundation
The Muttart Foundation*

The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an Agency of the Government of Ontario*

The Suncor Energy Foundation*
Vancouver Community Foundation

Program Sponsors

A Charity was Here & Students (Verb) Charities
The Muttart Foundation*

Charity Focus
RBC Foundation*

Chief Economist for Canada’s Charitable and Nonprofit Sector
An Anonymous Donor
PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada Foundation
The Muttart Foundation*

The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an Agency of the Government of Ontario*

Vancouver Community Foundation*

Sector Champions Roundtable
KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.)
Mackenzie Investments
 Miller Thomson

Sector Source
Carters Professional Corporation
Government of Ontario*
The Agora Foundation*

Standards Program and Ethical Code
Founding and Presenting Sponsor: Great-West Life, London Life, Canada Life*
Funding by: The Printing House Ltd. (TPH)
Friends: EY, KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.), Target Canada

T3010 Quick Prep

*Imagine Canada National Partners

Friends of Imagine Canada

  • Cathy Barr*
  • Ian Bird
  • Malcolm Burrows & Barbara Dick
  • Lynn Chambers
  • Owen Charters
  • Stephen Faul*
  • Karen Fonseth
  • Michelle Gauthier
  • Barbara Grantham
  • Marnie Grona
  • Bill Harper*
  • Lisa Hartford*
  • Darlene Jamieson
  • Refat & Dolat Jiwani*
  • Chuck Kaplan
  • Sol Kasimer*
  • Meg Kwasnicki
  • Marcel Lauzière*
  • Bruce MacDonald*
  • Margaret Mason*
  • Kevin McCort
  • Don McCreesh*
  • Mr. & Mrs. N. McGugan
  • Micheline McKay
  • John D. McKellar*
  • Michael Meadows
  • David Morley
  • Mike Pedersen*
  • Peter Robinson*
  • Katharine Schmidt
  • Paul Shay
  • Marnie Spears
  • Georgina Steinsky*
  • Martha Tory*
  • Stéphane Vaillancourt*
  • Willy Van Klooster
  • Faye Wightman
  • Sandra Wilking

*Member of the Chair’s Circle

Every effort has been made to list all donors and volunteers accurately, but if you discover any errors or omissions, please accept our apology and call to correct, 416 597 2293 ext. 312.

Financial Summary

The information below for the year end December 31 is derived from the financial statements for 2014, which were audited by Grant Thornton LLP. Our complete audited financial statements and T3010 Registered Charity Information Return, as filed with the Canada Revenue Agency, are available at our Annual Reports section.


Voice: 2014 Annual Report

Published by: Imagine Canada | T 416 597 2293 | F 416 597 2294

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Our National Partners

  • great west life
  • Lawson Foundation
  • Muttart Foundation
  • RBC Foundation
  • Suncor
  • TD Bank
  • investors group

Learn more about our National Partners and other supporters.

Charitable Registration Number: 119218790 RR0001