Edmonton, Alberta — August 18, 2011 — The Alberta Automotive Recyclers and Dismantlers Association (AARDA) is certainly spreading the wealth. Fresh on the heels of number of charitable donations around Alberta, AARDA has donated another $4,000 to charities in the province in support of various causes. The funds were raised through end-of-life vehicle programs, such as CAR Heaven and GM’s Cash for Clunkers.
First, AARDA donated $1,000 to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. The money will used for life-saving CRP training and research.
Additionally, Randy Montgomery, owner of Harry’s Auto Wrecking in Grande Prairie, presented a $1,000 donation on behalf of AARDA to the Grande Prairie SPCA. As well, the SCPA in Red Deer also received a $1,000, which was presented by Wendy Quick, an owner at Lake City Services in Sylvain Lake.
Lastly, AARDA Executive Director Ian Hope handed over a $1,000 cheque to the Alberta Cancer Foundation. The money will used for cancer research in Alberta.