Layered compassion. We see it everyday here! Donors care about their environment, their communities, their families, their world. It is an everyday privilege to encounter donors that, in their efforts to support one cause, are equally excited about reaching toward another, and Heather’s compassionate involvement in reaching out to an HIV support community is closely matched by her eco sensitivity. Continue reading "Bruce House | A Big Gift in a Smart Package" →
Kids. They grip our hearts in a way no one or nothing else can. When we watch the news and see or hear anything that affects a child, there’s a part in all of us that squirms and churns. We want our future adults to be safe, to be raised well and to be productive and hopeful citizens. Some days it’s a little more challenging than others to impart life skills they can use for their lifetime! Continue reading "Parenting: Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World" →
You might be wondering exactly who it is you're connecting with when you send a query, make a call to our toll free line, or jump right in and donate your vehicle through our program? Continue reading "Meet the Donate a Car Canada Team" →
Mother’s Day is a week away! What do you get for the mom who has everything? How about the chance to restore someone’s sight? You can celebrate Mom by making a tribute gift through Operation Eyesight. Order your gift online and send a personalized Mother’s Day eCard right to her inbox. It’s a unique and meaningful way to say “I care,” to your mother and to others living in the developing world. Continue reading "Operation Eyesight: Seeing Mom Through New Eyes" →
Calgary Birds Lost in a House FireIt is with sad hearts that we share in the recent news of one of our receiving charities here in Calgary. On Saturday, March 15, 2014, the home that houses Birdline Canada Ltd. (the Lawrence Family home), experienced a devastating fire. The family is safe, however, more than two dozen birds did not survive the smoke inhalation that they suffered from the fire. Continue reading "Birds of a Feather" →
When we think of a person going through the trauma of an accident caused by a drunk driver, we are drawn to the stories of victim, their loved ones and family, and the person behind the wheel. At Mothers Against Drunk Driving, MADD supports both the victims and survivors of impaired driving, as well as the families and friends of those who are affected by such unfortunate events. Check out MADD Canada's website to learn more about their Victim and Survivor Services. You can support MADD Canada through our vehicle donation program as we join our services to theirs in reaching toward solutions and healing.