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Donate Your Car

Donate a Car Canada accepts Vehicle Donations for Mountain Rose Women's Shelter Association. Free towing is provided in most areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle to Mountain Rose Women's Shelter Association through Donate A Car Canada, it will either be recycled or sold at auction (depending on its condition, age and location). Donate a Car Canada will look after all the details to make it easy for Mountain Rose Women's Shelter Association to benefit. After your vehicle donation is complete, you will receive a tax receipt and we will put your gift to good use. Please click here to donate a vehicle.

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Sponsors:

Media - Rewind Radio
Compassion - Rocky Credit Union

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Thank you to the community members and local businesses for their continued support. This can be monetary, goods, and/or time. All are valuable, appreciated and necessary to maintain services for those in need. THANK YOU

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Dec 21 - Scotiabank Donation -1.HEIC
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Click on the video to hear about our programs and services offered at

Mountain Rose Centre

On Friday May 12, Crystal Clark and Tammy Bradshaw from West Central High School stopped by the shelter to make a donation on behalf of the Indigenous Leadership Club, Indigenous Studies group and Ms. Stang's Grade 9 students.

These students beaded Red Dress pins and offered them to teachers and administration for a donation to support raising awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA people.

 

They raised $580 to donate to the Mountain Rose Centre as the Centre helps Indigenous women and families fleeing violence.

 

The pins were then worn when they attended the Asokewin Red Dress day walk on May 5th

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