Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc. (DCM) is a non-profit Charitable organization which recognizes the value of Deaf Culture and American Sign Language. The purpose of the organization is to coordinate and/or provide resources, and programs that enhance the development of the Deaf community.
Monday, May 2, 2016
Canadian Association of the Deaf (CAD) charity partners with Changeit 2016
Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des Sourds du Canada is now a
Charity Partner of ChangeIt®! This is a new way to give while making everyday
purchases. ChangeIt lets you automatically round up your electronic purchases
and donate the difference to us!
example, if you pay $2.82 for a large coffee using your bank or credit card,
$0.18 will be rounded up, added to your other accumulated spare change
round-ups and given to Canadian Association of the Deaf in one simple
transaction each month. There is no change to your receipt or your purchasing
experience. In fact the cashiers will never even know you are donating… but
don’t let that stop you from telling them.
the end of each month, a monthly donation notification will be sent directly to
your inbox to let you know how much you contributed that month. At the end of
each year, you’ll also receive an Official Donation Receipt for Income Tax
Purposes from Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des Sourds du Canada
for every penny you donate!
you would like to support Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des
Sourds du Canada through ChangeIt, here’s how you can get started:
·Select Canadian Association of the Deaf and
set your rounding limits
·Start making a difference
can track your donations online, adjust your rounding preferences and even set
a monthly maximum to ensure you never give more than you want. ChangeIt makes
giving easy, and this small change can make a huge difference for quality life
of Deaf community across Canada.
us spread the word about this incredible opportunity for others to support
Canadian Association of the Deaf-Association des Sourds du Canada. Tell your
friends, your family and your social networks – it all starts with a little