Canadian companies from coast to coast have joined the movement to end MS. Through various initiatives, the following partners have found unique ways support our cause. Please select the company name below to learn about the various campaigns and discover how you can support our partners in their efforts.
Each year, thousands of Canadians from coast to coast visit one of 930 A&W restaurants for Burgers to Beat MS. Since 2009, more than $17 million has been raised, including a record-breaking $2 million in 2019.
Every summer, A&W guests can round up their bills, drop change into a donation mug, or participate in family-friendly fundraising events hosted by individual restaurants. On Burgers to Beat MS day, $2 from every Teen Burger sold is donated to the MS Society.
Since 2020, Canadian Cycling Magazine has been the National Media Partner of MS Bike. They provide everything Canadian cyclists need to know to stay up to date, fit and stoked to rise. They keep cyclists informed and inspired with news, reviews, stories, and information.
Since 2015, Jayman BUILT has been a title sponsor of the Alberta MS Walk and raised over $1M for the MS Society through various initiatives. Every year they host a “Battle of Alberta” between the Edmonton and Calgary offices to encourage employee engagement and create added excitement.
Since 2013, Little Short Stop Stores have been an incredible partner of MS Walk in the Kitchener-Waterloo area raising over $150,000 by hosting a round-up campaign in-stores leading up to MS Walk in May
Since its inception in 2007, $2 from every oil change at every Mr. Lube store on Mother’s Day weekend (second weekend in May) has gone to the MS Society of Canada. Plus during the entire month of May, local stores proudly participate in MS fundraising initiatives. Over $350,000 has been donated so far to both national and regional programs to fight MS.
To learn more, visit Mr. Lube's website
PCL Construction has been a proud partner of the MS Society since 2016 in support of MS Bike and the MS research community. PCL Construction and participating employees have raised over $1.6 million to help the MS Society support those living with MS and to strengthen the MS research community.
PCL Construction, like many others, believe that multiple sclerosis is a curable disease. As a construction leader with a vision for the future of their industry and their country, PCL Construction focuses on solving problems and finding solutions. As a community-focused company motivated by health and wellness, they think that getting out and having fun together allows them to give back to the communities while getting fit.
This summer PCL Construction employees are once again filling their water bottles, clipping in and cycling Canadian roads to change the future of multiple sclerosis. With offices and job sites from Vancouver to Halifax, PCL Construction will be fielding teams across the country and raising funds to help support groundbreaking work into MS treatments and, ultimately, a cure.
The Rexall Care Network Bubble Campaign aims to raise $120,000 in support of caregiver initiatives at the MS Society. Between March 27 and April 30, the Bubble Campaign will take place at 390 Rexall locations across Canada. Customers will have an opportunity to purchase a “bubble” when they are checking out or top up their purchase to the nearest dollar to support caregivers of people living with MS.
Since 1997, Saskatchewan Blue Cross has helped the MS Society raise millions of dollars to support Saskatchewan residents living with MS and to strengthen the MS research community. Saskatchewan Blue Cross had been a long-time title sponsor of the Saskatchewan MS Walk and supported communities across Saskatchewan, with countless teams over the years at multiple events.
Since 2005, Student Works has been donating $10 from every paint job to the MS Society. In 2021, they reached the huge milestone of $2,000,000 raised since inception. Along with the portion of sales, these funds are raised through special events and team fundraising activities.
Since 2011, The Canadian Brewhouse has been running their Shamrocks for MS leading up to St Patrick's Day. Customers can purchase a shamrock for $2 to write a loved one's name and proceeds are donated to the MS Society of Canada. In 2022, they raised over $70,000 - an incredible show of support! For more information, please visit thecanadianbrewhouse.com.
In 2022, YEG Property Pros has committed to donating a portion of every house sold while hosting various events throughout the year and co-branded t-shirt sales.