For You. For All of Us.

For You. For All of Us.


Number 7 Honda has proudly served Honda owners in the Woodbridge and Vaughan neighbourhoods for 46 years and counting.

In that time, we have been involved in many worthwhile charitable activities.

 

The For You. For All of Us. initiative is one which we are particularly proud of. 

 

The mission is simple: Do good locally. In our community. 

 

We will choose locally based charitable groups and organizations that are right now making great differences in the lives of our neighbours. Each will receive a cash donation and an awareness campaign to help shine a light on areas that often go unnoticed.

 

Please check back to see our growing list of partners - the local charities and organizations that quietly do what is needed, just when people need it the most.

 

Here's who we're helping:

The Vaughan Food Bank
          

The Vaughan Food Bank has been providing 
support to our neighbourhood since 1995. Since that time, it has grown to provide more than 1,825,000 meals per year.


  
 
Canes Community Care is a not-for-profit organization that assists clients with tasks in the home, providing emotional and social support, while helping seniors take part in the life of their community for over 30 years.  We provide services in Etobicoke, Brampton, Malton and Woodbridge areas in the Central West Local Health Integration Network (CWLHIN) 



Since 1981, Ronald McDonald House Charities® Toronto has served as a place to call home for families with seriously ill children undergoing treatment. RMHC Toronto encompasses a House for 81 families in downtown Toronto and seven Family Rooms in hospitals across the Greater Toronto Area and in Sudbury. 
The families we serve - 4,735 last year alone - come from throughout Ontario, across Canada and around the world. Learn More.


 
'Super Sophia' as she's appropriately been named (Sophia Megan) was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia one month shy of her 2nd birthday. Today Sophia is strong, beautiful, healthy and remains cancer-free. Love Boxes began during the Christmas holiday in 2016. Love Boxes are filled by community members with toys, crafts, games etc. But most importantly they are filled with love. To date The Super Sophia Project has gifted almost 10,000 Love Boxes to children in hospitals across the GTA, Durham and Up North. Sophia is an ambassador of love and kindness. As she celebrates being free of disease she hopes to continue to spread her message of being kind, spreading love and encouraging others to never give up hope.


Have a suggestion for a worthwhile cause? Submit your suggestions for consideration to: For You. For All of Us.

All submissions will be considered, only those selected will be contacted.