Seriously considering donating your used vehicle? Then seriously consider the amazing difference you'd be making in the lives of Canadians all over Toronto, GTA, Barrie, Southwestern Ontario and Winnipeg. It may seem like your car is a bit of a clunker, but after our skilled team at Cars 4 Cures goes to work, we'll be able to fix, repair or extract parts that will make the lives of those in need a little bit easier.
We work with recognized and esteemed charities throughout Toronto, GTA, Barrie, Southwestern Ontario and Winnipeg and ensure that all charitable donations stay within Canada. Feel like making a difference?
Our Charity Partners
Pancreatic Cancer Canada is committed to improving pancreatic cancer survival by fostering research and creating hope through awareness, education and patient support.
Their focus continues to be supporting research into detection, effective treatment options and ultimately, finding a cure, raising awareness, providing support and resources to patients and their families, advocating for increased funding.
The Food4Kids program was inspired by a 10 year old boy, who waited outside the locked doors of a school breakfast program. The program was to start at 8:15 and the child stood outside at 7:15 in the dark, in the cold and alone. He explained he had not had any food on the weekend and was hungry. Could he please have some food? Their mission is to provide healthy food to elementary school students from at-risk, low-income or disadvantaged homes with limited or no food during weekend periods and summer months. They believe child and youth hunger is a community responsibility and by working together we can provide a solution-based program that addresses, responds to and eventually can eliminate child hunger in our shared community.
541 Eatery & Exchange’s mission is to address the needs of the local Hamilton community in tangible ways by providing delicious, nutritious meals affordable to all run by a team of volunteers. 541 works on a button system. These buttons are a type of currency. Each is worth $1 and can be purchased by customers from the cashier. The buttons go into the button jar and are used by others who can't afford a nutritious meal that day. No matter the person’s background or ability or inability to pay, all customers receive the same treatment and food, all in the same place. Please note that the receipt will be issued by Compass Point Bible Church for donations to 541 Eatery & Exchange.
Boys and Girls Clubs provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
For more than 60 years, Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton have been at the forefront of empowering and encouraging children and youth to live healthy lives. Over 4,000 children and youth living in Hamilton, count on Boys and Girls Clubs for guidance and support. By providing young people with access to structured, enriching recreational and social programs outside of school, their peer relationships, emotional health and academic performance can flourish. Boys and Girls Club programs are relevant, affordable and accessible to all children and youth. The Clubs take a preventative approach to tackling a broad range of critical issues facing young people today including: fitness, education, nutrition, safety, youth employment, violence, sexuality, homelessness and substance abuse.
Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba
More than 120,000 children are treated every year at the Children’s Hospital – HSC Winnipeg. You can help ensure that every one of these children receives the best medical care available through your donation to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. For nearly 50 years, the Children’s Hospital Foundation has been an independent agency funding pediatric medical research, equipment and programs that have brought hope to families seeking cures for their children. Your generous donation can help create miracles.
Speaking of Dogs Rescue has helped thousands of dogs since its inception. All dogs entering their rescue arm are spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and have any and all their medical needs attended to. The majority of dogs they take are from shelters and many are seniors, but they also try and help any dog in need when space and finances permit. Their dogs are lovingly cared for in foster homes until a suitable forever placement is found.
Distress Centre Halton supports people in the Halton region and surrounding communities to better cope with crisis, loneliness, and emotional stress. They are a community-based organization that provides support to individuals 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Their service improves the health and wellness of our community and the quality of life of those who are alone, isolated and vulnerable.
We believe that friendship and relief from isolation is essential for mental well-being.
Community is stronger when people can find a meaningful connection in a safe place.
Suicide can be prevented.