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The Recipients

Helping Do Good, Together

Toyota Canada is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Toyota Cars For GoodTM program.

Following an incredible number of submissions, our esteemed panel of judges from the Canadian accessibility community have made their decision, selecting three not-for-profit organizations as the recipients of a brand new Toyota vehicle, and three as the recipients of a $5,000 donation.

Congratulations to our six recipient charities, and thank you to all charitable organizations that continue the work of breaking down barriers to movement in communities across Canada, and fostering inclusion through physical accessibility for all.

Learn More About Toyota Cars For GoodTM Program

Vehicle Recipients!

Manitoba Wheelchair Sport Association

Highlander with Adaptive Controls

One of Canada’s first wheelchair sport organizations, the MWSA provides a broad range of support for individuals with physical disabilities -- striving to create a more inclusive society through the power sport. Their new Highlander XLE will enable them to expand their initiatives, reach new communities, and empower more lives.

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Power To Be Adventure Therapy Society

Highlander Hybrid

Since 1998, Power to Be has been serving Victoria and Vancouver, B.C., providing award-winning nature-based experiences for youth, families and adults living with cognitive, physical, financial or social barriers. Their new Toyota Highlander Hybrid is ideally suited to their needs – transporting gear, staff, and individual participants or small groups.

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Kamloops and District Society for People in Motion

Sienna Mobility Van with Side Ramp

For 32 years, People in Motion (PIM) has served the Kamloops district, striving to improve the quality of life for people living with disabilities -- through advocacy, awareness raising and programs ranging from recreation to life skills. Their Sienna Mobility Van will enable them to launch “Memories in Motion”, a new initiative for anyone living with physical disabilities.

Learn More About Kamloops and District Society for People in Motion

Financial Recipients!

Ability New Brunswick

$5,000 Recipient

Formed in 1956, Ability New Brunswick is a provincial community-based non-profit organization. Their mission is to empower the independence and full community participation of New Brunswickers who have a mobility disability. Ability New Brunswick works with all who have a mobility disability – children, youth, adults, seniors and support their family members.

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Opal III Fredericton Respite Services

$5,000 Recipient

Opal’s mission is to help individuals with disabilities and their families thrive through volunteer-driven support services, like their Kids Club and Camp Wonder programs, which offer after-school care. Their goal is to promote community inclusion and further foster participation for children and youth with intellectual and physical disabilities in community activities.

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Variety Ontario

$5,000 Recipient

Launched in 1948, Variety – the Children’s Charity of Ontario – has cared for kids with disabilities, shaped leaders for tomorrow and helped generations of people come together to find support, get healthier and make friends for life. Their modern-day Variety Village location opened in 1981 as a world-class indoor sports facility built to nurture competitive spirits and empower children with disabilities to be ambassadors for change in their communities.

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