CharityCar.ca has joined up with GreenVehicleDisposal.com to utilize its eco-friendly recycling technology. We are now proud to accept the donation of old vehicles on behalf of MADD Canada. Why not put your old vehicle to a good use that helps save the planet and also help those less fortunate in your community. CharityCar.ca does not [...]
Each year in Canada, approximately 1.6 million vehicles are declared no longer fit for the road for reasons such as failed emissions testing or accidents. We may recycle our glass and plastic but most of us never think about recycling our cars. Car Heaven offers car owners across Canada a convenient and cost-effective way to [...]
You can now show your support for MADD Canada by purchasing a Province of Ontario graphic licence plate. These plates are available directly from MADD Canada or Driver and Vehicle Licence Issuing Offices across the province. The plates cost $82.15 for a set of regular series graphic plates. A $20.00 shipping and handling charge will [...]
IPromise is a new campaign to raise awareness about potential consequences of driving impaired. At the heart of the program is the IPromise bracelet which symbolizes the wearer's promise, to his/her mother and to the world, to never drive impaired. The bracelet serves as a constant reminder of that commitment. The IPromise bracelets sell for [...]
MADD Canada partners with various vending machine vendors who distribute vending machines across the country to businesses. Businesses agree to display the machines with MADD Canada receiving revenues from these machines. These machines also help generate awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.
MADD Canada in association with Caring Hands Publishing produces a magazine in various markets across the country. MADD Canada receives revenues from business ad sales. The magazine also helps generate awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.
MADD Canada in association with New Line Innovations distributes chocolate mint candies and/or chocolate in honour boxes across the country to retailers who agree to put out the boxes with MADD Canada receiving revenues from these boxes. These boxes also help generate awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.