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Annual Report
2010 - 2011



Our Work
Fund Development
Financial Review
Leadership Team
60th Anniversary

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* Please refer to the Management Discussion
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"As a donor, I want to know my support makes a difference to children and adults with disabilities in my community and encourage you to do the same. Be vigilant with your donation. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about how your donation is used.
I am proud to not only be a volunteer and current treasurer of March of Dimes, but I also believe strongly in ensuring your donation is used for the greatest good in our communities. Together we can all make a difference in the lives of Canadian children and adults with disabilities."
Peter Rumyee,
Board of Directors, Treasurer

Ontario March of Dimes and March of Dimes Canada are committed to ensuring responsible stewardship and accountability. We are committed to ensuring that the majority of all funds go directly to service delivery. In 2010-2011, 90.4% of all funds went directly to the provision of programs and services. The organization was fully compliant with Canada Revenue Agency guidelines and the ethical code of fundraising and financial accountability of Imagine Canada.


March of Dimes relies on the generosity of donors to help fund our programs. Due to space limitations, only those donors who made gifts of $1,000+ in 2010 or whose cumulative giving reached $5,000+ in 2010-2011 are recognized in this annual report.

However, we extend our sincere appreciation to all donors. We also extend our gratitude to those donors who wish to remain anonymous.Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of these very important lists. We apologize for any errors or omissions.

Click here for the list of donors.

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