March of Dimes Canada (MODC) is one of the largest non-profit, community service organizations in Canada and offers a wide range of support and services to empower people with disabilities to live in their communities with independence, choice and control.
MODC was founded in 1951 and now provides services across every province and territory in Canada.
To create a society inclusive of people with disabilities.
To maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with disabilities.
To promote greater opportunity, self-sufficiency, dignity and quality of life.
MODC Employment Services exists to enable people with disabilities to reach their employment goals.
We provide the highest quality service delivery in our sector because of the depth of our understanding, our extensive scope and reach and our advanced infrastructure and resources.
As a large organization for people with disabilities, we work closely with disability stakeholders and are a choice employment service provider for employers seeking to access this unique labour pool.
Depth of Understanding
With roots reaching back 50 years, MODC has gained a deep understanding of the challenges faced by people with disabilities. Our regionalized approach has enabled us to develop relationships with local employer networks, leading to an understanding of their needs.
Extensive Scope and Reach
MODC supports all individuals regardless of their disability. We have been a one-stop disability provider to employers across Canada and assist thousands of individuals each year in obtaining employment.
Advanced Infrastructure and Resources
As a multi-service organization, we have significant community connections, We operate from coast to coast, supported by 23 offices and over 300 professional staff.
March of Dimes Canada Employment Services Partners
Programs are funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.