There are many ways that you can actively raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada. The funds that you raise help provide research and much needed services for people with neuromuscular disorders. Muscular Dystrophy Canada events also raise awareness about these disorders and get entire communities involved.
Walk for Muscular Dystrophy is our organization's signature event. Walks are scheduled in more than 30 cities and towns across Canada.
Come and experience what it is like to live with a physical disability.
Fire Fighters have been working with Muscular Dystrophy since 1954 to raise funds and awareness of neuromuscular disorders.
Fundraising and fun come together as local businesses, schools, and pubs proudly display bright green shamrocks during the four weeks leading up to St. Patrick's Day in March. Find out how you can help turn your community green.
Nursery schools, daycares and elementary schools learn about how muscles work and help fundraise to fix muscles that don't work! Find out how your child's school or daycare can participate!
Muscular Dystrophy Canada, in partnership with the University of Alberta, is raising funds to establish the Friends of Garrett Chair in muscle disorder research.
The Jerry Lewis Telethon is a Labour Day tradition! Broadcast from the United States, Canadian volunteers help answer phones at call centres in Canada.
You can help make muscles move by developing and holding organizing a fundraiser to benefit Muscular Dystrophy Canada!
Read about Keith Martin and his goal of raising $100,000 to "help make muscles move"