THREE KEY ATTRIBUTES THAT DIFFERENTIATE OUR ORGANIZATION WITHIN CANADA:
March of Dimes provides a wide range of services to people with physical disabilities. We are a one-stop service provider, helping our consumers achieve or sustain independence and remain active in their communities.
March of Dimes serves children and adults of all ages, with any physical disability, whether that disability resulted from birth, accident, or illness. Our scope has been expanding, and will continue to expand, to the elderly, to people outside of Ontario, and for some services, to people without a physical disability who can benefit from our expertise, such as vocational rehabilitation.
Serving as both an advocate and a service provider, March of Dimes empowers people with physical disabilities to live independently at home and have access to their communities. While our programs and consumers are diverse, it is our consistent commitment to personal empowerment and independence that links these services.
To create a society inclusive of people with physical disabilities.
To maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with physical disabilities.
OUR CORE VALUES:
TO OUR CONSUMERS
Provide solutions, through service, advocacy and research, which further enhance opportunity, self-sufficiency, dignity and quality of life.
TO OUR EMPLOYEES
Create an environment that nurtures, recognizes and rewards excellence.
TO OUR COMMUNITY
Demonstrate leadership through innovation and initiative.
TO OUR STAKEHOLDERS
Be accountable and responsible as financial stewards, quality service providers and advocates for our constituents.