ADRAO – Alcohol & Drug Recovery Association of Ontario


The Alcohol and Drug Recovery Association of Ontario is a non-profit charitable association of individuals and facilities that provide addiction services.  Our mission is to reduce the harmful effects of substance abuse on individuals, families and society, including business. This is accomplished through prevention programs, early intervention and treatment.

Friends of the Mounted Police Museum


The Friends Group is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial Museum.



Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) is a charitable, grassroots organization that is committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime. At the heart of MADD Canada is our volunteers who include not only mothers, but fathers, friends, business professionals, experts in the anti-impaired driving field and concerned citizens who want to make a difference in the fight against impaired driving.

South Coast Charity Fest (Turkey Point, Ont.)


South Coast is a unique festival that brings off road enthusiasts to Turkey Point and Ontario’s South Coast.  Our goal is to bring the sport of responsible four wheeling out of the bush and into the public’s eye while supporting Camp Trillium in their quest to provide recreational and camping experiences for children living with cancer.

SC4WDCF is a family oriented event that is stock and newcomer friendly.  The event combines off road trails, on road tours, cultural excursions, lectures, kids programs, vendor fair as well as our famous catered lunch.

The event is supported by and carries liability insurance through the Ontario Federation of 4WD Recreationists.  SC4WDCF is hosted by, a web based 4×4 club formed in January 2004 with the goal of safe, responsible four wheel recreation that everyone can enjoy.  The event is limited to 100 4wd vehicles and is open to ALL brands.

Cancer is the #1 disease killer of Canadian children and every school day about 10 children are diagnosed with this horrible disease.   The good news is that about 75% of children who get cancer can now be cured, and it is programs like those offered by Camp Trillium that can make a difference.

Camp Trillium is a place where children afflicted with cancer can enjoy what most children take for granted…fun, friendships, and a respite from hospitals and treatments.  Most importantly they have a chance to be normal, the chance to be recognized for skills in sailing, canoeing, arts and crafts and drama rather than the disease that inhabits their bodies.

Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer

Police officers across the province play a leadership role in organizing the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer events by involving the community in fundraising and cancer awareness activities.

Bruce Denniston Bone Marrow Society


The Bruce Denniston Bone Marrow Society has been in the business of helping save lives since 1988. We educate the public about the need for bone marrow donors, raise funds to support the work of the Canadian Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry (UBMDR, a program of Canadian Blood Services that registers potential bone marrow donors and matches them to patients needing transplants), and assist bone marrow patients and their families.

RCMP Veterans Association


The Association has been in existence since 1886. It was incorporated under the name Royal North West Mounted Police Veterans’ Association by Letters Patent under the Companies Act on January 14, 1924, and steps were taken on December 1, 1954 to change the Association’s name to reflect the present-day name of the Force.

Ontario Provincial Police Veterans Association


The Ontario Provincial Police Veterans’ Association shall strive to maintain it’s link and support of it’s past by committing to promote the social, economic and physical welfare of its members. This achievement is attained by instilling fellowship, continuing relationships, renewing friendships and remaining active, thus rekindling a sense of pride and purpose for the organization. Secondarily, the organization will represent the best interest of its membership by continuing its close relationship with the Ontario Provincial Police and support of the Ontario Provincial Police Association, and in areas of mutual concern to the governments of Canada and Ontario.