Go Auto is proudly partnered with the Kids with Cancer Society
Go Auto is always looking to give back to the community in new and meaningful ways. Whether it’s through our Fuels the Schools campaign, Random Acts of Kindness, or donating vehicles to local charities, our goals are always the same: to encourage positive change, strengthen our communities, and change people’s lives for the better.
In 2019, Go Auto teamed up with the Kids with Cancer Society to help support the needs of children with cancer and their families. Best of all, your next Go Auto purchase could help them, too.
How we're lending our support
We're donating $600,000 per year to the Kids with Cancer Society, for a total of $3 million over a five-year commitment.
But we want to do more! That's where you come in.
How you can help
We’re giving you the opportunity to donate $10 to the Kids with Cancer Society during your next vehicle purchase with Go Auto!
We want to make it easy for people to give back and help raise as much money as possible. With the help of our customers, we hope to raise more than $1 million a year.
Your donation will help families from the time of diagnosis throughout treatment and beyond, through support, clinical programs, counselling, and research. All programs are at no cost to the families.
“The Kids with Cancer Society plays a critical role in the lives of thousands of Canadians every year. Rather than feel alone during treatment, the children and their families are welcomed into a community, provided with incredible support, and reminded that they are more than their diagnosis. This is an organization that means a lot to us. So, we thought it was time to take it to the next level by asking the 50,000 customers we have the privilege of serving each year to join us in this effort.”
- Jason Smith, CEO
About the Kids with Cancer Society
The Kids with Cancer Society provides vital programs and services to children with cancer, and their families, who reside in Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories. By working with the parents, and through close communication with the medical teams who treat children with cancer, the Society is able to identify priorities and fund the programs that will have the greatest impact.