Who We Are

We support groups focused on family, environment, engineering and education initiatives.

Who We Support

We’re dedicated to enhancing the lives and social well-being of Canadian communities by investing responsibly in organizations that share our vision and values.

Our Goals

We aspire to give wisely with a youthful and adventurous spirit. By helping charities registered with the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), our goals include:

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Recognizing and Responding

Recognizing and responding to the changing needs of our communities.

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Investing in the people and charitable groups that make a difference.

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Maximizing the usefulness of our involvement.

Honda Canada Foundation’s funding has helped us grant nearly 60 wishes. From its staff to its dealers, everyone at Honda truly lives “The Power of Dreams” and helps bring hope, strength and joy to our courageous wish kids.

Chris Pon, VP National Alliances & Branding

In The Community

We’re committed to giving back to communities where Canadians live, work and play. No matter the size of the contribution, we give back to the people who’ve welcomed us to their communities. It’s more than building goodwill, being a part of the community or being recognized for our support. It’s about building a better society together.

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Jays Care Foundation

Jays Care Foundation provides charitable endeavours across Canada including baseball diamond makeovers, the Rookie League development program and the Field of Dreams program.

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Rick Hansen Foundation

Established in 1988 to continue Rick’s Man In Motion World Tour dream of creating an accessible and inclusive world for people with disabilities, the Rick Hansen Foundation raises awareness, changes attitudes, and breaks down barriers to help those with disabilities live to their full potential.

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Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers is dedicated to educating children and their families about biodiversity and sustainability, and empowering them to protect animals and their habitats.

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Make-A-Wish® Canada

Make-A-Wish® Canada is an affiliate of Make-A-Wish® International, the largest wish-granting organization in the world, making dreams and wishes come true for more than 450,000 children since 1980.

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CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish

The CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish was established in 1966 and strives to bring joy to children and families in need. Over 3,600 toys have been collected at Honda Canada and all 78 of Ontario Honda Dealerships.

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Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre delivers a diverse range of excellent and relevant science programs like curriculum-linked school programs, engaging public programs and community access initiatives.

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Forest Recovery Canada

Forest Recovery Canada is a national tree planting and restoration program that connects our forests across Canada. Honda Canada’s “One Honda. One Tree.” campaign helps improve the health of forests and enhances Canadians’ well-being.

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Canadian Red Cross

The Canadian Red Cross strives to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world through an extensive network of programs and services.

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Formula SAE

Since 1998, Honda Canada has sponsored numerous Canadian university Formula SAE teams to conceive, design, fabricate, and compete with small formula-style racing cars.