Ways to Give

We Remember.

Prior to WW2 the vast majority of soldiers who experienced a spinal cord injury (SCI) did not survive. Those that did, faced a life of institutionalization. Veterans founded an organization to change that — they envisioned a better, healthier, more inclusive life for people with an SCI and fought to make it a reality.

The beginning…
Among the first wave of the brave 5000 Canadians who landed on the shores of Dieppe in August 1942 was John Counsell of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry. Two hours into the six-hour battle he was shot...read more

Your support is needed to carry on their legacy, to carry on the fight for full and fair lives for people with spinal cord injury.

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Support the Next Recovery

Your gift will make certain that essential programs and services are available to the 36,000 people in Ontario who are on one of the most challenging journeys anyone can experience.

Secure Donation Lock  One Time Gift

Your gift will provide unique expertise based on 75 years of experience.

Secure Donation Lock  Monthly Gift

You can provide a stable and predictable source of funding for life changing impact.  It’s easy and convenient.

Secure Donation Lock  Give in Memory

Remember someone you admire or cherish with a gift in their name.

Secure Donation Lock  Give in Honour

Celebrate an achievement or milestone in the life of someone special. A wedding, an anniversary, a graduation or just because.

please call Jenny Rodriguez at 1-877-422-1112

520 Sutherland Dr. Toronto ON
M4G 3V9 

Send to [email protected]

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Plan your Legacy

Plan a Legacy that will have a lasting impact for generations to come.

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Tax Smart Giving

A gift in your Will, a gift of an RRSP, stock or life insurance – there are many ways you can make a larger gift than you might have thought possible and significantly decrease you tax burden at the same time.

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“Having suffered a T11/T12 complete Injury in 2016 and finding myself in the Regional Rehabilitation Centre at Hamilton General Hospital, it was kind of surreal. I don’t think I fully comprehended the scale of my injuries. I was being taught so many new life changing skills; it was hard to take it all in. Spinal Cord Injury Ontario was there and they supported me, both physically and mentally. It was SCIO who introduced me to their Peer Support Program.”

 – Craig Millar, Peer Support Program Participant


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Your interests, skills and ability to reach out to a robust network of supporters can create life-changing impact. Let us know at [email protected] if you have an idea for a fundraising event. We will support you all the way.  

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Enjoy yourself and make a difference at all kinds of exciting community events.

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We are stronger when we work together. Let us show you how supporting and partnering with Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is good for business.

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