There are many ways to support the work that March of Dimes offers to those in need. Here are just a few ways to help – but don’t let our list restrict your imagination!
Fundraise for Fun!
- Donate proceeds from your Annual Corporate Golf Tournament.
- Ask your company to donate proceeds from your next jeans day.
- Ask guests to make a donation instead of bringing a gift the next time that you host a dinner party, birthday, or special event.
- Many companies offer a "donation matching" program where they match your contributions when you donate.
- Have a coin collection jar at the door of your next event.
- Donate the proceeds from your next Yard or Garage sale.
- Donate the proceeds from your next Bake Sale or BBQ.
- Fundraise for your next marathon – running, bowling, volleyball, let your imagination guide you!
Vehicle Donation from anywhere in Canada
Making the choice to dispose of your vehicle in an environmentally safe way that benefits March of Dimes is one of the best decisions you could make – feel good, help those facing some of life’s most difficult challenges and save money on your tax return!
Our partner, Donate a Car Canada will accept your vehicle for donation -- running or not! Old or new!
There is no cost to you, and the process is incredibly easy! Donate a Car Canada will facilitate all aspects of your car donation from the pick up to the final sale, ensuring that your vehicle will be sold for the highest sale outcome possible. Net proceeds will go to March of Dimes Canada and you will receive a tax receipt!
To find out more about this program, please contact March of Dimes 1-800-263-3463 ext. 7290.
This vehicle donation program is facilitated by Donate a Car Canada.
Planning a Party? Consider GIFTED
and Celebrate with Purpose!
is an online invitation, RSVP management, cash registry and fundraising platform that allows people to donate any portion of their cash gifts to a charity of their choice. We are thrilled that March of Dimes Canada can now be chosen as a charity that will benefit from a GIFTED party.
GIFTED allows you to send invites, track who is coming, receive cash gifts and give back a portion to charity, making your special moments even more memorable.
Add extra meaning to your party by having a portion of your gifts go to March of Dimes Canada and change a life!
Pop Can Tabs Collection Program
March of Dimes Canada collects aluminum pop tabs year-round, and the recycling of these tabs generates revenue that benefit our Assistive Devices Program that helps buy, repair and maintain a wide variety of mobility or assistive equipment (including wheelchairs), and DesignAbility® program that modifies and custom builds products to increase independence that cannot be found on the market.
What is a Pop Tab?
A Pop Tab is the piece of metal that opens aluminum cans. Like the can, the Pop Tab is recyclable. It is a small piece, yet most importantly it is a refundable piece accepted by local scrap metal companies.
Why Collect Pop Tabs?
Pop Tabs are an easy way to recycle and help others. It is a task that people of all ages can do.
Why only Pop Tabs instead of the whole can? The tabs are more easily recycled and easier to store in collection containers. They are smaller and cleaner than collecting cans. They are also easier for the Charities to handle when receiving large volumes. The amount of money received is determined by the weight of aluminum collected. These pop tabs can make a big impact when collected in numbers.
How to Turn in Pop Tabs
Unfortunately WE are UNABLE to Pick Up pop tabs. You may drop off your Pop Tabs at the March of Dimes Canada National Office at 10 Overlea Blvd. in Toronto, during business hours 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Outside of Toronto and Nationally in Canada
Please take your collected pop tabs to your local Scrap Metal company. They will be happy to take the collected tabs and issue you a cheque for the value, made out to March of Dimes Canada. You can send the cheque to our National Office Attention Jennifer Johnston. We ask that you also include your mailing and contact information so that we can send you a thank you Certificate of Appreciation.
March of Dimes Canada National Office
Attn: Jennifer Johnston
10 Overlea Blvd.
Toronto, ON M4H 1A4
* Be sure to include your name(s), school or organization name and contact information when sending your collections to ensure proper acknowledgement of your donation.
** Please note that pop tab "collections or programs" cannot be credited towards volunteer hours.
For Junior Public Schools who are currently running a year long Pop Tab Program in Ontario a representative of March of Dimes Canada would be pleased to come and present on how the benefits that your hard work provides.
1 pound of aluminum is sold for approximately 60¢ (current price)
1,267 pop tabs make 1 pound
1 inch = 1 pop tab
1 foot = 12 pop tabs
1 mile = 63,360 pop tabs
A huge thank you goes out to Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club who donated 1.5 MILLION pop tabs!
Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club massive pop tab donation, shown here with Program Coordinator, Marco Severino and Program Director, Matteo Severino, along with very grateful March of Dimes Canada staff.
A massive thank you to the wonderful kids from Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club for saving up years of pop tabs. The money raised from the pop tabs will benefit a lot of people in the Assistive Devices Program. We are incredibly grateful.
Thank you to Durham Regional Police Service for supporting MODC!
The amazing people from Durham Regional Police Service held their annual Durham Regional Police Children's Games October 22, 2016 and encouraged everyone to bring in their pop tabs, which were donated to us in support of our Assistive Devices' and DesignAbility Programs! Thank you so much for all the wonderful support #DRPS!
Thank you to the entire community of St. Jane Frances de Chantal Parish Church!
A huge thank you goes out to the entire community of St. Jane Frances de Chantal Parish Church, led by Fr. Giacomo La Selva ofm and St. Jane Frances Youth Group, who for the last four years collected pop tabs, and ended up collecting an incredible 42 water drums, two garbage bags and two boxes of pop tabs! Their efforts will go a long way to helping people in the Assistive Devices Program.