Corporate Giving

Corporate donations are vitally important to March of Dimes Canada. It allows us to meet the costs to operate and expand our programs as well as providing fee subsidy for participants who demonstrate financial difficulty, so they can access the programming they need.

When you partner with March of Dimes Canada you are aligning yourself with a national organization that for over 60 years, has improved the lives of Canadians living with disabilities. Last year alone, March of Dimes Canada provided 3 million hours of direct service to over ​57,000 children and adults across Canada, who suffer from multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, acquired brain injuries, or the recurring effects of stroke or polio.

Benefits to a Corporation

  • Make a direct impact in your community
  • Enhance your corporate image locally, provincially and nationally
  • Increase team morale and promote humanity and volunteerism within your organization
  • Showcase your corporate responsibility
  • Add value to your brand

Corporation Donation Options

When you give to March of Dimes Canada you can specify your program of choice, to align your support to a program that reinforces your organization's mission.


Conductive Education child participant 



LIFE program participants 


Seniors at Stroke Support Group 


Non-Profit Housing Corporation resident 

If your corporation would like to learn more about becoming a sponsor with
March of Dimes Canada, please contact: 

Mary Lynne Stewart
National Director of Fund Development and Communications
March of Dimes Canada
Tel: 416-425-3463 ext. 7292​​


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