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●At the time of removal you will be issued a receipt of pickup from us documenting that our company removed your vehicle and will make a donation based on the scrap value of your vehicle to a charity of your choice. (Vehicle keys & ownership required).


CANADIAN CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION: Cystic fibrosis (CF) is one of the most deadly, inherited diseases affecting Canadian children and young adults. It is estimated that one in 25 Canadians carry the gene responsible for CF, which attacks the lungs and the digestive system. Currently, there is no cure for cystic fibrosis. The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is a world leader in the CF fight, funding aggressive CF research and treatment programs. Your gift will help us continue this work, so that children and young adults with CF can live the lives they dream of and deserve. Thank you for your support.

CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND (CNIB) (THE): The CNIB is a national voluntary agency providing services to individuals across Canada to whom loss of vision is a central problem in personal and social adjustment. The basic aim of the CNIB is to help blind and visually impaired Canadians find ways to lead satisfying lives. Other objectives of the CNIB are prevention of blindness and promotion of sight enhancement services.

Children’s Wish Foundations of Ontario: The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada is dedicated to working within the community to fulfill heart-felt wishes for children diagnosed with a high-risk, life-threatening illness.  Our vision is to help every child enjoy the best quality of life possible, including the experience of laughter, shared joy and treasured memories with important people in their lives.

The Canadian Association of Food Banks (CAFB):  Founded in 1985, the CAFB is a national umbrella organization representing voluntary food charities, including 235 member food banks.
     CAFB is the voice of food banks in Canada . Members and their agencies serve approximately 90% of people who use emergency food programs nation-wide. 
     CAFB operates the National Food Sharing System, coordinating the shipment of food donations through voluntary transport to food banks across the country. CAFB also engages in research and public education and advocates for public policy change to eliminate the causes of hunger, food insecurity and poverty in Canada. CAFB does not receive funding from any level of government.
    While CAFB provides food daily for people in need, our goal is a hunger-free Canada.

EPILEPSY ONTARIO: Did you know that more than 600,000 Canadians have epilepsy? That's twice the number of people living with multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy combined! Epilepsy Ontario is committed to improving the quality of life for all people living with or affected by epilepsy and seizure disorders and your donation can help us send a child living with epilepsy to our summer camp.

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: The Heart and Stroke Foundation is committed to protecting the health of millions of Canadians at risk of developing heart disease and stroke, through its leadership in understanding their root causes, and the development and delivery of health education and advocacy programs. With almost 40% of Canadians expected to develop some form of heart disease and stroke over their lifetime, it's critical to understand the underlying causes. To continue this vital work, hundreds of hospital and university-based research teams depend on the Foundation as leading funder of heart and stroke research in Canada. Your support is at the heart of this important effort.


RAINBOWS is a not-for-profit organization that offers training and curricula for establishing local peer support groups to assist children, adolescents and adults who are grieving a death, divorce or any other painful transition in their family.  There are religious, secular and French editions available.

Reach for the Rainbow: Reach For the Rainbow (RFTR) develops integrated year round, after school and summer camp opportunities (residential & day) designed to enrich the lives of children and young adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities, their families, and the communities in which they belong. RFTR achieves its mandate of integration and healthy respite through its partnerships with some 59 summer camps and recreational community programs across Ontario.  In turn, families enjoy much-needed respite, knowing that their child is growing and learning in a typical and welcome prepared setting, with enriched 1:1 support, allowing siblings and friends to attend the same camp or recreational activities together.  Our commitment is to belonging; to ability, not disability; to inclusion, not segregation. 

Reach for the Rainbow’s expansion over the years has been amazing and very positive, as the agency went from serving 20 individuals in 1987 to 792 in 2005.

Zoocheck Canada: Zoocheck Canada is a national animal protection charity established in 1984 to promote and protect the interests and well being of wild animals. For more than 20 years, Zoocheck has been a leading voice for the protection of wild animals. We are the only Canadian organization with a specific focus on captive wild animal issues and problems. Zoocheck has been working to improve wildlife protection in Canada and to end the abuse, neglect and exploitation of individual wild animals through:

Investigation and Research
Public Education and Awareness Campaigns
Capacity Building Initiatives
Legal Programs
Legislative Actions

Over the years, Zoocheck's professional, animal protection campaigns have resulted in the closure of some of Canada's worst zoos; the cancellation of plans to construct new zoos and aquariums; improved husbandry conditions for captive wild animals; new or improved municipal bylaws across the country that control or prohibit the keeping and display of wild animals by private citizens, circuses and traveling shows; regional and national public education and awareness programs; a greater awareness of captive wildlife issues; and support for projects that directly protect animals in the wild.

Zoocheck has also provided vital support to the efforts of individuals, organizations and governments throughout
Canada and around the world as they work to address wildlife problems and issues in their own regions. Training workshops have been conducted, campaign tools developed and advice, information and assistance have been provided to hundreds of different animal protection initiatives over the years.

The Easter Seal Society: Easter Seals is dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities achieve their full individual potential and future independence. Easter Seals funds disability solutions through financial assistance for costly mobility and communication devices; camp and other recreational programs.

The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario:For twenty five years The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario (SCAO) has been serving the community as a recognized voluntary agency, which endeavours to optimize the quality of life for individuals and families with sickle cell disease.  Public education and awareness and support to families/individuals is our primary role. 

The SCAO provides confidential, one-to-one support and counselling to persons with sickle cell disease, and their families.  Group support, school and workplace advocacy and resource information are all part of their program.  They liaise and coordinate with health, education and other agencies and provide public education such as workshops, presentations and an annual educational conference.

Friends of the Animals (Brock): Friends of the Animals (Brock) is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to providing care to abandoned, lost or unwanted domestic pets.  At their facility veterinary care including updated needles, spaying/neutering is provided as well as medical care as required.   These animals are then placed in foster care until a good permanent home can be found.  All funds raised go directly to the care of the animals in the hopes of sustaining and eventually increasing their quality of life. 

Child Find Ontario: Since 1984, Child Find Ontario has been a registered charity dedicated to the search and prevention of missing children. We are recognized by the RCMP National Missing Children’s Services, affiliated with Child Find Canada and the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children in Washington.


Child Find Ontario consists of 12 active, police-screened, volunteer-based chapters across Ontario. With the support of our corporate sponsors and volunteers, Child Find Ontario offers programs such as Street-Proofing, KidCheck and Baby ID all for FREE. These programs are sensible, relevant and delivered at local community levels to teach families about children’s safety issues and guidelines. Educational material and more information are available on our website at www.ontario.childfind.ca or call 1-800-447-6047.


Child Find Ontario does not receive any operational funding from the government nor are we a United Way agency. We do not solicit door-to-door.


Last year more than 67,000 children were reported missing to the Canadian Police Information Centre. Ontario has the highest proportion of missing case with over 23,000 reported. Child Find helps to recover more than 97% of cases registered with our organization because “Some things can’t be replaced.”

Lupus Ontario: In 1978, the Ontario Lupus Association (OLA) was founded by Honey Agar, and The Lupus Society of Hamilton (LSH) was founded by Joan McKee. The two organizations operated separately for over twenty-five years before merging as Lupus Ontario. Lupus Ontario is a member organization of Lupus Canada.

This site is provided as a source of information about Lupus Ontario and lupus. We hope it is of interest to people with lupus, their family and friends, health care professionals and the general public. Also the site is here to improve understanding of this chronic disease, About Lupus page provides an overview.

Canadian Cancer Society: The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.

Community Association for Riding for the Disabled (CARD): CARD's mission is to improve the lives of children and adults with disabilities through quality therapeutic horseback riding programs. Since our incorporation in 1969, CARD has provided therapy in the fields of psycho-education, rehabilitation, medicine, and adapted sport. Our program benefits our riders who seek physical or cognitive therapies, who have a variety of disabilities, including Autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, and multiple sclerosis. The swinging, repetitive motion imparted to the rider through therapeutic horseback riding helps improve balance, coordination, strength and muscle tone, while gently mobilizing the joints. Therapeutic riding also improves sensory processing, focus and concentration, the ability to learn concepts, and communication skills.

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