Fulfilling the Great Commission through collaboration.

The Great Commission Foundation is a team of skilled administrative and accounting personnel dedicated to using their talents and expertise to enable people to follow God’s calling to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. GCF is registered with the Canada Revenue Agency to do charitable work.

How do we help with ministry?

The Great Commission Foundation (GCF) works with ministries of many types and sizes. We want to see people working in ministry thrive, and we believe that by providing charity administration expertise and guidance, we can free people to focus on the mission work God has called them to.

Professional Services In addition to our office staff and the expertise they provide, the Great Commission Foundation engages charity specialists, including a Charity Specialist Lawyer, to assist with understanding CRA requirements and changes, as well as a professional Charity Specialist Auditor (MNP) to conduct an annual audit of the Foundation.

We enable our ministry projects (Agents) to benefit from these crucial services without having to bear the burden of the high financial or time investment costs associated with these services.
U.S. Services Friends of the Great Commission is our USA-based 501c3 charity, registered with the IRS. It has the same mandate to join people, ministries, and projects to help fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.

As a registered charity in the U.S., and an affiliate of The Great Commission Foundation, we are able to serve donors and charities in both Canada and the U.S.


Top drawer, professional, personable, good to get along with, helpful.
Iconium Strategies - Cam Schenk
I have had only positive interactions with GCF staff and my impression overall is that the GCF staff care about their work, those benefitting from the ministry, as well as those of us who are operating the ministry
Shekinah Orphanage Haiti - Matthew Fisher
We are very happy we joined as a GCF Canada agent. GCF manages and controls regulatory requirements, helps us meet requirements and stay accountable. Overall, I have no hesitation in recommending them to any church or Christian mission.
Bethesda Medical Center - Barry Yungblut

Frequently Asked Questions

GCF uses a percentage fee model, which is assessed on the ministry project. The percentage is determined based on several factors, including potential revenue, level of risk, and complexity of the ministry work. Our goal is always to give the best rate we can, which will be determined during the application and vetting process.

GCF works with Canadian charities as well as a range of other ministry types that fulfill our charitable mandates.

GCF keeps separate financial records for each Ministry Agent/Project (Fund Accounting). As a GCF Ministry Agent, you can access revenue and expense information and download reports 24/7, using a cloud-based reporting system.

Payroll is available to Canadian citizens as defined by CRA. Contract payments are a great solution if you do not meet payroll requirements.  Benefits, including extended health and dental care, are available to Canadian citizens who qualify for payroll with GCF. Canadian ex-pats working internationally also qualify for benefits.

You can request information about our application process here.

GCF Agents receive all the support as a complete package benefiting from bookkeeping and accounting, wages and benefits, donor services and receipts, and Canada Revenue Agency compliance guidance.

No, ministry projects are not limited to work done within Canada. We have ministry projects working in over 100 countries.

Have a question?

Have questions or want more information about GCF or our projects? Contact us, and we’d love to help!


Since 2002, The Great Commission Foundation has enabled ministry projects to thrive by providing charity admin expertise and guidance while promoting collaboration in fulfilling the Great Commission.

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