Atlantic Charities


The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1986 as the first organization in the country devoted exclusively to breast cancer research, education and awareness initiatives. The Foundation continues to blaze new trails in breast cancer and breast health by directing donor dollars to world-class researchers and clinicians who are making groundbreaking progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. Since 2000, the Foundation has awarded 396 grants, supporting research projects, fellowships and community health promotion initiatives. These grants are possible as a result of fundraising initiatives like the Foundation’s signature events, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure and Yard Sale for the Cure. The Foundation’s network of donors and volunteers numbers in the hundreds of thousands.

You can help. Visit cbcf.org »

When you donate your vehicle to the benefit of one of the participating charities below, you will receive a charitable tax receipt.¹

Promoting Health
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Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Atlantic www.cbcf.org

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1986 as the first organization in the country devoted exclusively to breast cancer research, education and awareness initiatives. The Foundation continues to blaze new trails in breast cancer and breast health by directing donor dollars to world-class researchers and clinicians who are making groundbreaking progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. Since 2000, the Foundation has awarded 396 grants, supporting research projects, fellowships and community health promotion initiatives. These grants are possible as a result of fundraising initiatives like the Foundation’s signature events, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure and Yard Sale for the Cure. The Foundation’s network of donors and volunteers numbers in the hundreds of thousands.

You can help. Visit cbcf.org »


Protecting the Environment
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Nature Trust of New Brunswick www.naturetrust.nb.ca

Established in 1987, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick (NTNB) is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to conserving ecologically significant land in in the province, as well as environmental stewardship, outreach, and education. The Nature Trust currently protect 36 nature preserves in New Brunswick, consisting of over 5500 acres of pristine forests, beautiful beaches, rocky shorelines, wetlands brimming with biodiversity, and more.


Inspiring Communities
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Make-A-Wish Atlantic Provinces www.makeawish-atl.ca

Make-A-Wish® Atlantic Provinces grants wishes to children with life threatening medical conditions to bring them hope, strength and joy.  An international charity spanning the globe, Make-A-Wish®Foundation is the largest wish-granting organization in the world with a wish granted globally every 22 minutes.  Make-A-Wish® Atlantic is one of eight independent regional chapters under the Make-A-Wish®Foundation of Canada umbrella, mission driven at the local level with monies raised in the community staying in the community for the children and families we serve.

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PEI Humane Society www.peihumanesociety.com

The PEI Humane Society has been the Island’s only shelter for homeless, injured, lost, and abused companion animals for 40 years. We are a not-for- profit organization that assists over 1600 companion animals each year with no operational funding from any level of government.  We provide a number of companion animal protection services, such as: an adoption program, emergency help for injured animals, cruelty and abuse investigations and animal control.

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Literacy Nova Scotia www.ns.literacy.ca

Literacy Nova Scotia (LNS) is a non-profit charitable organization supporting the literacy community in Nova Scotia since 1992.  LNS exists to provide a wide range of supports that will help Nova Scotians meet today’s literacy and essential skills demands. We do this by sharing information about the state of literacy in Nova Scotia and in Canada, by promoting accessible programs for all, and by collaborating with others in order to support and celebrate learning, to find solutions, and to make connections. Literacy Nova Scotia supports and serves the literacy and essential skills field through: information sharing; research; supports to practitioners and organizations; and support to learners.


¹The charitable tax receipt amount will depend on the age and quality of your participating vehicle.

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