Lend your business expertise and contribute advice to March of Dimes Canada.
For just a few hours of your time, you can help March of Dimes Canada improve current service offerings, expand programming, raise awareness of disability issues in Atlantic Canada and contribute to fundraising special events.
Marc Belliveau, a law partner at Stewart McKelvey, explains what his MODC involvement means to him:
“When we first started doing the Battle of the Bands, it was an opportunity to get musicians out of their safe white collar working environments and perform on stage for a great cause. Over the years, we developed a better understanding of how living out our rock star fantasies directly impacted young people. It’s part of a long and successful tradition that MODC continues to refine and develop today, namely the fusion of popular music with charitable giving, with a view to creating a society more inclusive of people with physical disabilities.”
Lynn Wagner, a MODC Committee and Board member explains why she is actively involved with March of Dimes:
“I volunteer with March of Dimes Canada to help make life easier for people who have a disability. MODC programs and services have changed the lives of individuals and families who have participated in their programs. I want to help raise funds to increase MODC programs and services and spread awareness to disabled residents, and their families, so that they are aware that MODC is here to support them.”
For more information about March of Dimes Atlantic Canada Volunteer Committee contact:
Mary Lynne Stewart
1-800-263-3463 ext. 7340
Just a short commitment of time can make a real difference in the lives of people with disabilities in your community. Thank you!