Your Money at Work


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How Your Donations are Making a Difference

Each year, March of Dimes pro​vides life saving programs and services for people with disabilities. In addition, the increasing demographic of seniors means more Canadians in the coming years will acquire disabilities or have their disabilities worsened with age. Your gift now and your continued support can help us address our future needs.

3.8 million disabled Canadians   disabilities increase with age   disabilities by gender   working Canadians with disabilities

In 2014-15 March of Dimes Canada provided 3.32 million hours of service to more than 60,000 children and adults. Our goal is to enhance the independence and community participation of people with disabilities every day through a wide range of programs and services across Canada. 


Over 1,500 people work at March of Dimes Canada with services and programs located in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan.

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Where Your Money Goes:

  • 90.9% Programs & Services
  • 6.6%  Administration & Amortization
  • 2.5%  Fund Development

Programs that rely solely on the generous support of donors:

Assistive Devices Program:
Offers funding for assistive and mobility devices such as wheelchairs, bath aids and more. This program, which operates only in Ontario, supplements the limited funding from other sources for assistive devices.

Conductive Education®:
It is a community –based learning program which combines special education and physical rehabilitation and teaches participants with motor difficulties how to improve their mobility and independence. The program is offered in Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta.

Post-Polio Canada:
Provides information and support groups for polio survivors, their families and caregivers across Canada.

Recreation and Integration Program:
Offers community participation through leisure activities, including accessible travel and residential holidays, and operates MODMobility®, an accessible transportation service in the Greater Toronto area for groups and organizations that have people with mobility challenges.

Stroke Recovery Canada®:
Provides information, support groups, events and conferences for stroke survivors, their families and caregivers.

Learn more about the life changing programs and services you are making possible through your commitment of time or funding.

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Read personal stories about how your contributions to March of Dimes programs and services are making a difference.

Meet the people who are changing lives across Canada with their giving spirit.

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