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Bell Let’s Talk Day
Bell Let's Talk Day inspires nurture, engagement, action!
Caring for Canada’s Kids | A response to Uvalde, Texas
Uvalde. Are you feeling as speechless and heartbroken as I? Are you making any sense of it for yourself? We are not powerless. Here is one way of being with numbing tragedy that hits close even when it happens far away.
Mental Health in Canada
Mental health issues directly and indirectly affect all Canadians. Your car, van, SUV, truck, or motorcycle donation will help!
Back to School
Our kids are heading back to school! Some have been away from the classroom for over a year. Other children and teachers have been hanging out in strangely-altered spaces. Masks. No masks. Distanced...and not. How are you and your kiddos doing as you head into a new school year?Continue reading "Back to School" →
What strange times for our kids to be growing up in! Children's charities creatively and courageously support little ones across Canada. Donate a Car Canada serves these charities by processing your vehicles for donation.Continue reading "Children’s Charities" →
Strong Family, Strong Community
Building a strong family is a work of time. A creative endeavor. It is a loving and patient, always adapting, beautiful mess. Vehicle donors in Canada help this cause. Where families (whatever shape they may come in) are healthy, the community is too. Read more about how some of Canada's charities take this work to heart.Continue reading "Strong Family, Strong Community" →
Best Charities: Coronavirus
The best charities to support during the ebb and flow of Coronavirus ripple effects are in sight. Savvy Canadian donors do their research. They are careful in selecting who they donate to. We want our charities to run efficiently. Well managed with modest, defensible overhead is a must. Moreover, a charity should touch into our lives personally.
Your decision to donate your vehicle has come with thought and care. Choosing the charity that will receive the monies from that effort poses a unique challenge.
This is an easy decision for some: we give from the heart to the causes that make our hearts leap! Where the money goes is top-of-mind for others. Above all, give where there will be the best bang for our giving buck.
Maclean's on who, what, why
Maclean's ezine article, "Coronavirus: Where to donate and how to help Canada's most vulnerable," offers concise and valuable direction. If you're looking to donate specifically to needs arising from the pandemic, this article will help!
Many of the charities noted in on their break-out lists are charities that we work to support daily. Note the Canadian Mental Health Association, The Salvation Army, and Food Banks Canada. These are on the short-list for monetary donation. Further, SOS Children's Villages and Kids Help Phone are high on the list.
Concerned for the personal safety of women and children in violent domestic situations, consider donating. The Canadian Women's Foundation, Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter, and your own local shelter need you.
Similarly, we have seen how aggressively COVID-19 has impacted our Canadian seniors. The Alzheimer Society in your province needs your giving dollars now.
Canadians are all affected
As you'll see in the Maclean's article, these quick acknowledgments skim the surface. We should state that impact has rippled to all sectors of our society. Consider gifting indigenous causes, or, turn your attention toward those with special needs. 'Just plum tuckered out thinking about your fellow human? Why not consider a gift to any of our animal charities? It will be welcome!