Donating cars for kids to help with funding country-wide efforts is what we're all about! Did you know that September is childhood cancer awareness month?
That children’s organizations are gearing up to provide phone support, school breakfasts, and pro-inclusion programs across the country as a new school year kicks off? Or that you can dive into all sorts of regional efforts and benefit your area children’s hospital's fundraising drives this Fall? Continue reading "Donating Cars for Kids | Starting the School Year Strong" →
This is it ~ The last in our series of posts about DAC's Top 5 categories of giving for 2014! Canada's kids already made it into the Top 5 once, but so many of our donors have children as their giving priority that we can happily list even more charities as top recipients for the year! Care for overall quality of life is reflected in our final Top 5 (charities reaching toward specific aspects of the well-being of children). Continue reading "The Top Five in our Top 5 – More Children’s Charities!" →
February 26, 2014 is Pink Shirt Day! Many of our charities present pro-inclusion and anti-bullying messages all year long:
Check out Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada on their Facebook page
for some wonderful links.
Canadian Red Cross
has a history of supporting such great works, too, and Bullying Canada
works to address hurting kids year 'round.
Kids Help Phone
is a constant presence, available to help just when help is most needed.
Pink Shirt Day, and everyday inclusion...
It is an everyday privilege for us to support these, and many other charities, as they do the ongoing work of presenting messages of hope, support, and equality throughout our country! Donate your car and support the cause that matters most to you!
Kids Help Phone is gearing up this month for the school year ahead. One way to help their vision is by selecting them as your Charity of Choice this month when you donate your vehicle. You can change a life. You can help a kid. Pretty simple. Continue reading "Kids Help Phone – Because Kids Need to Talk Too!" →