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the awards

Helping Do Good, Together

Toyota Cars for GoodTM is a national program that brings the power of mobility to Canadian charities whose work makes our world more accessible and inclusive – with six awards including 3 Toyota vehicles, and 3 cash donations.

This year’s results are in, and the recipients have been announced. Read on to learn more about how the program works, and come back to learn about our ongoing Cars For GoodTM initiatives.

Meet This Year’s Recipients
3 Top Recipients
A brand-new
2021 Toyota vehicle*
A one-time
donation of $5,000

*Valued at up to $70K, excluding Special Edition models.

How it Works

Only authorized representatives of a registered eligible Canadian charity were invited to apply. But anyone could play a role - sharing news of the program on social media, and encouraging others to apply. The program itself is broken into three phases:

phase 1

Encourage & Apply

March 8 - April 9, 2021

Applications are now closed

phase 2

Scoring & Judging

Completed on or about May 10, 2021

Recipients are determined based on the evaluation of their application.

phase 3

Recipients Announced

November 16, 2021

Confirmed award recipients are announced.

Phase 1

Encourage & Apply

Applications are closed for this year, and the recipients have been announced. Check back soon for details about next year’s Toyota Cars For GoodTM program.

Phase 2

Scoring & Judging

How Applications are Evaluated

Scoring is out of 100, with points awarded to each section of the application, including Community Impact, Movement and Vehicle Need. See how they break down below.

Community Impact

(25 Points):

Tell us about your organization, your mission and active efforts towards achieving it, and level of impact in your community.


(45 Points):

Tell us how your organization’s values help foster inclusion through physical accessibility, and how your initiatives help reduce barriers to movement.

Vehicle Need

(30 Points):

Tell us why a vehicle is / would be important to your charity's work.

About the Judges

A panel of judges from throughout the Canadian accessibility community reviewed and scored each entry. Take a moment to meet the esteemed members of the judging panel.

Billy Bridges

Billy Bridges

Born with Spina Bifida, Billy has overcome many challenges to become a successful Canadian athlete and an accomplished Paralympic gold medalist. When not training, he runs a hockey camp with his wife to help build confidence in young girls and women.

Arnold Cheng

Arnold Cheng

Arnold has worked in the disability and accessibility field for almost a decade. He is the founder of Spectrum Ability, an accessibility consulting firm in Vancouver, and is also a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification Professional.

Rhonda O’Gallagher

Rhonda O’Gallagher

Rhonda is a Canadian Paralympic Foundation Board Member, and in 2020, was recognized as one of Montreal’s West Island top business woman philanthropists. Rhonda is an award-winning executive with extensive experience in the healthcare, life sciences and not-for-profit sectors.

Rick Watters

Rick Watters

Rick began his career with, and is the current President of EnAble Wellness, gaining unparalleled experience in accessibility and inclusion as a respected Accessibility Professional. He is also a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification Professional.

Ellen Waxman

Ellen Waxman

Ellen is an expert in accessibility and AODA, as well as an expert consultant and coach specializing in the public and not-for-profit sectors. Most of Ellen’s public sector career focused on disability possibility and accessibility legislation.

Phase 3

Recipients Announced

On November 16, 2021, we announced the recipients of our national Toyota Cars For GoodTM program.

Three Canadian organizations, Manitoba Wheelchair Sport Association (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Power To Be Adventure Therapy Society (Victoria, B.C.) and The Kamloops and District Society for People in Motion (Kamloops, B.C.), were each selected by a panel of judges to be the recipients of a brand new Toyota vehicle (including any modifications required for physical accessibility), to further support the impact each local charity has in bringing forward better mobility for all.

Three additional organizations, Variety Ontario (Scarborough, Ontario), Ability New Brunswick (Fredericton, New Brunswick) and Opal III Fredericton Respite Services (Fredericton, New Brunswick), each received $5,000 to recognize their valuable efforts toward fostering inclusion through physical accessibility in their communities.

Meet This Year’s Recipients

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