Donations Change Lives
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March of Dimes Door-to-Door Campaign is the longest running fundraiser of its kind in North America.
For over sixty-five years March of Dimes has depended on the kindness and generosity of Canadians who open their doors, heart and wallets during our annual Door-to-Door Campaign.
This tradition started in 1949 when "Marching Mothers" went door to door to raise money for a polio cure. Thanks to their efforts, a vaccine was found and Canada was the first country to be declared polio-free. Today, March of Dimes Canada offers services to people with all types of physical disabilities.
Your support provides:
Help to over 129,000 Canadians with disabilities
Support for stroke survivors, people with aphasia, post-polio, acquired brain injuries, their loved ones, and caregivers
Rehabilitation programs for stroke survivors and people with neurological motor disorders with our Conductive Education® program
Community integration services including employment services, life skills training, recreational and social opportunities
Personal support services such as attendant services, funding for home safety equipment, vehicle modification, and independent living housing
is a national service of March of Dimes Canada that offers support, education and community programs for stroke survivors, their caregivers and families. The After Stroke website offers easy access to programs, services, education and information dedicated to supporting stroke survivors and caregivers. The site focusses on providing tools and services to stroke survivors during recovery to help them navigate their "new normal".
Visit the After Stroke website at
The 2018-19 campaign will see over 3,000 volunteer canvassers going door-to-door as well as online to help raise money for children and adults living with physical disabilities.
With your help we can change lives!
See how your donations change lives!
MODC Canvassing History
Story of MODC Honorary Chair "Unstoppable Tracy Schmitt"
Annual Report 2017 - 2018