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Honda Canada Foundation

We were created to lend a hand to registered non-profit charities that strive to make the lives of Canadians better.

500+
Grants Annually
$1m+
Funds Disbursed Annually
5.0m+
Canadians Helped

Enabling the Realization of Dreams

We support people and organizations that focus on our four pillars: Family, Environment, Engineering and Education. This allows us to make a positive contribution to Canadians everywhere.
We help charities that support children and their families in times of need, and we help fund programs that create learning opportunities for families as a whole.
Image of children at a Make-A-Wish Canada event.
Make-A-Wish® is the world’s largest wish-granting organization, making dreams and wishes come true for more than 350,000 children since 1980.
We partner with charities that bring environmental education to classrooms and after-school programs across Canada. By teaching communities about conservation and initiatives like the ‘One Honda. One Tree.’ campaign, we’re helping create Blue Skies for our Children.
Image of girl planting trees with 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.
We support programs that encourage post-secondary education in engineering and technology, with hands-on activities for children and youth interested in the fields of science.
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Since 1998, Honda Canada has sponsored numerous Canadian University Formula SAE teams to conceive, design, fabricate, and compete with small formula-style racing cars.
We encourage lifelong education through the funding of Canada-wide school and community programs.
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Earth Rangers is dedicated to educating children and their families about biodiversity and sustainability, and empowering them to protect animals and their habitats. Earth Rangers has reached over 230,000 students across Canada, completely free of charge.

Partners & Recipients

We’re dedicated to helping those who strive to make our society better. Our relationship with charities is focused on programs that balance the most pressing needs of youth and education.
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Recent Activity

  • A Georgian College student is presented with a $1,000 Honda Canada scholarship from a school representative.
    Georgian College student receives $1,000 Honda Canada scholarship

    Georgian College Automotive Business School student, Taylor Waldbauer, receives a $1,000 Honda Canada scholarship.  The annual scholarship is awarded to an exemplary second-year Automotive Business student who exhibits academic proficiency with a minimum 70% average in their prior year studies and who has successfully answered an essay question.

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    The Honda Canada Foundation and the Ontario Honda Dealers spread holiday cheer for the 50th Annual CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish

    In support of the 50th Annual CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish, Honda Canada and the Ontario Honda dealers collected more than 4,000 toys that will be delivered to children across the Greater Toronto Area. The Honda toy drive began on November 15th and involved the participation of all 78 Ontario Honda dealers.

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  • Large key presented to winner of a 2017 Honda CR-V at the Honda Home Opener on April 11, 2017
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    Honda Canada Hits a Home Run with Fans at the Toronto Blue Jays™ Honda Home Opener

    April 11, 2017 (Toronto, ON) – Honda Canada knocked it out of the park at the sold-out Toronto Blue Jays™ Honda Home Opener last night, awarding three baseball fans with incredible prizes. As a proud supporter of the Toronto Blue Jays since 1977, Honda kicked-off the 2017 baseball season by giving away a Canadian-built 2017 Honda CR-V. Ten fans were randomly selected during the game and through a process of elimination, three (3) finalists competed for the grand prize while a sold-out crowd cheered them on.

    With the help of Toronto Blue Jays mascot, Ace, Ravinder Basanti-Johal of Oakville, Ontario left the Rogers Centre as the proud owner of the brand new Honda CR-V. The remaining two semi-finalists each received a Honda lawnmower, just in time to make their yard look as good as the outfield.

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  • A Greener Future founder receives keys to a 2017 Civic from Honda Canada executive
    The Honda Canada Foundation adds new environmental partner

    The Honda Canada Foundation is proud to announce a new environmental partnership with A Greener Future. This organization works hand-in-hand with local communities to promote environmental preservation through organized litter cleanups, educational programs, and events. Their expanding family of volunteers are committed to creating a clean, healthy environment that can be sustained for generations.

    Dave Jamieson, Vice President of Honda Financial Services and Chairman of the Honda Canada Foundation, recently met with the organization's founder, Rochelle Archibald, to hand over the keys to a brand new 2017 Honda Civic and a cheque for $3,000 to get their clean-up season started. The Civic will be used to transport organization members to more than 100 clean-up events across the GTA as part of the Love Your Lake initiative. Garbage that's collected from parks and beaches along Lake Ontario shores will also be transported in the vehicle. The organization will use the funds from the Honda Canada Foundation to fuel their commitment to the program throughout the summer season.

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  • Volunteers assist with the Canadian Red Cross
    The Honda Canada Foundation Donates $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in Support of the Spring Flood Appeal

    Markham, ON (May 15, 2017) – The Honda Canada Foundation today made a donation of $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the Spring Flood Appeal for use during relief and recovery efforts in the Province of Quebec, which has been affected by recent devastating floodwaters. The monies have been allocated to assist the Canadian Red Cross with valuable aid in the area, including providing flood victims with support such as reception and information, registration and family reunification, emotional well-being support, lodging, food, first aid, and providing cots and blankets.

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