Butler Disposal and Recycling is very proud to support local charities within our community. We believe that giving back to the community is an integral part of operating a business within that community. We support many local charities and initiatives.
Youth Employment Services YES believes that employment is empowerment and the cornerstone of safe and healthy communities. For 48 years YES has been helping Toronto’s disadvantaged and marginalized youth find and maintain employment. Our programs and services help youth develop new skills, including life and social skills, gain confidence and motivation, identify and pursue their goals, and overcome the challenges that are preventing them from finding and maintaining work. YES changes lives… Forever!
The Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity assists children who are seriously ill, have a permanent disability, are 21 years of age or under and whose permanent residence is in Ontario. Family income impacts on assistance decisions.
They consider requests for assistance in the following areas as they are related to the child’s illness:
The 2008 Wheels In Motion event took place across Canada on Sunday, June 8. Funds raised help to support projects that enhance the quality of life of people with spinal cord injury in the areas of equipment and assistive devices, sports and leisure activities, education, skill development, peer support programs, awareness, research and integrating back into the community after a spinal cord injury.
Service is a commitment to our customers. Hands on personal contact with shareholders in the business ensures each customer’s needs are a priority.
We are known for our fast, friendly, but most importantly reliable waste/recycling collection services.
Serving the GTA for over 45 years, Butler Disposal prides itself on delivering experience, price competitiveness and most importantly, fast and reliable service.