Callow Wheelchair Bus is a non profit corporation formed in 1947 by Walter Callow and
incorporated under Nova Scotia statute in that year. It provides group Transportation and Tours
for persons with disabilities; the service is available seven days a
week with small, medium and large buses.
Callow Wheelchair Bus is supervised by a volunteer Board of Directors whose members are elected at the Annual General Meeting. Since its inception the organization has been privileged to have the successive Lieutenant-Governors of Nova Scotia as Patrons.
Who benefits from this service ?
Veterans resident in hospitals
Paraplegics, amputees and others with disabilities, including M/S, cerebral palsy and strokes
Residents of nursing homes with mobility problems
Reasonable rates for tours to any organized groups or individuals with disabilities
Callow Wheelchair Bus is a charitable institution financed by
donations and funding from organizations and individuals, including
Callow Wheelchair Bus is dependent on charitable donations by individuals and organizations to ensure the continuation of this important service. Support can be provided in a number of ways, including Bequests and Memorial Donations.
Planned Giving has become a popular way to support the work of a charitable organization of choice. With advice from a professional financial planner, individuals can select from a number of ways to support a charity during or after their lifetime. For example, you can make your charity of choice the direct beneficiary of an insurance policy, RRSP or other legacy; tax benefits are available. Callow Wheelchair Bus is a choice. For more information (in confidence), please contact the Callow Bus office at (902) 422-9433, or email@example.com.