Multi-Cause Ontario donates to many charities, organizations and individuals. Here on this page you will see who we have helped out and continue to help. Each organization that you see has a little blurb from their web page and the title is linked to them if you want to visit for more information.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
"MADD Canada works to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. Thousands of individuals, corporations, foundations and groups across Canada have joined this effort. Discover all the ways that you can support MADD Canada."
"We believe that opening a child’s eyes to what is – opens their mind to what could be. We commit to Canada's young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs"
"A philosophy of “amputees helping amputees” has been the hallmark of The War Amps since 1918. Today, the Association continues to serve war amputees, and all Canadian amputees, including children."
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) is a national community-driven charity. As the largest charitable funder of breast cancer research in Canada, CBCF’s vision is to create a future without breast cancer. Since its inception in 1986, the Foundation has invested over $360 million in breast cancer research, funding more than 1,400 scientific and community grants. CBCF’s investments in vital research, education, health promotion, support and information programs have led to progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.
We are a small group of scouts that are sending a group of 20 youth and leaders to Nova Scotia for a week long camp. We are very lucky to have received a cheque from Multicause Ontario for $500.00 to help offset the cost of our trip. It is people like you that help us in our endeavours to help these youth stay active in the community and to help them learn from different cultures. We would like to thank you in helping t support our trip and look forward to showing you some of our pictures after the trip.
Thank you again
Scouter Wilma Shatraw
1st. Joyceville Scouts.
.2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the battle of the Medak Pocket, which was the Canadian Army’s most intense combat since the Korean War. To commemorate this important part of our history, we will bring Canada back to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. The ride will take our cyclists to places of significance to Canadian Armed Forces members and their families who served in the Balkan theatre, culminating at the site of the battle of the Medak Pocket.
Multi-Cause Ontario has donated to the Canadian Red Cross National Office
170 Metcalfe St.
Ottawa, On K2P 2P2
Attn: Alberta Fire Appeal 2016
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.
The Canadian National Society of the Deaf-Blind, Inc. (CNSDB) was registered in 1985 as a national consumer-run advocacy association dedicated to helping Canadians who are deaf-blind achieve a higher quality of life.
Canadian Paramedics deliver one of the highest levels of prehospital care in the world. Fundamental to this Public Service is the belief that our actions will have a positive outcome on the health of patients in our neighbourhoods, communities and beyond. Wish Upon A Medic continues this philosophy in an area where Paramedics have traditionally been limited. Our focus is children with disease or injury and the people who support them. Our goal is to attempt to ease the financial burden they encounter in living with the challenges they face related to treatment and adaptation.
This charity was inspired by a successful one-time fundraiser in April of 2015 called "Medics for Meghan”. Meghan Keeler was then an 8 year old girl who had been diagnosed with a form of cancer that affects soft tissues. Today she is happy and healthy and has responded well to a very long treatment process.
Wish upon A Medic is a fledgling charity and so far our beginning has been modest. Our members are committed and energetic and have already been involved in many volunteer fundraising activities including our launch fundraiser. We will continue to raise funds in this form and we also will gladly accept monetary donations from both private individuals and corporations. We are currently in the process of becoming incorporated and have begun our application for charity status with Charities Canada which we hope will give us a legal legitimacy to complement our professional status as members of a community we serve both on and off duty.
We are planting 117,000 trees – one tree for each of Canada’s war dead since Confederation. A living, breathing memorial.
When a member of Canada’s Armed Forces falls in combat, his or her final journey is along the Highway of Heroes from CFB Trenton to the Coroner’s Office in Toronto. We are planting 117,000 trees along this 170km stretch of highway to honour each of Canada’s war dead. Every Canadian can be a part of this historic tribute. Look at the names on the cenotaph in YOUR community. Help us to honour those from YOUR community and ensure their spirit lives on in a living tribute!!
For half a century, World Wildlife Fund Canada has worked to protect the future of nature. WWF-Canada is the country’s largest international conservation organization, with the active support of hundreds of thousands of Canadians.
Over time, our work has evolved from protecting particular wildlife species and habitats to protecting life on Earth – including our own. Today, our work is about life, because everything we do is about securing the future of healthy, thriving ecosystems. And living, because the choices we make will decide that future—for us and for all species.