A Time For Compassion And Giving

Happy Holidays from all of us at Checker Flag Leasing

We wish you all a joyous holiday season, and time to reflect on our achievements and cherish the company of family, friends, and loved ones. Many of us have experienced substantial transformations this year; we extend our compassion to those who have encountered such difficulties and offer support in whatever way possible.

It is with sincere gratitude that we thank our Clients and business partners for their continued support and confidence. We look forward to 2024 and the opportunity to support your business operations.

On behalf of our clients, business partners, and divisions, the O’Dwyer Group has donated to the following organizations in 2024

Runnnymede Health Care Centre

Runnymede continues to lead the way in delivering exceptional and innovative patient care that meets the needs of a growing and changing healthcare system and community. Your gifts and contributions help us achieve the highest standards of clinical and operational excellence that we have set for ourselves.


Russel Rocks

Russell Rocks NFP is a non-for-profit organization that raises funds for community groups in Russell, Ontario and the surrounding area. Performing great musical concerts at a variety of venues, Mike Saucier and Jevon Rudder (original Russell Rocks band members) have been providing entertainment to residents in the Russell Township, with three or four concerts/festivals a year. All the profits raised at the concerts go back into a local charitable organizations and food banks.


Cambridge Food Bank

The Cambridge Food Bank offers food and support to people and community groups in need within Cambridge and North Dumfries. Our programs include supports for food security, supports for people and families as well as the diverse Wellness Hub. Building a compassionate, equitable community, where everyone is nourished.


The Montreal Children ‘s Hospital Foundation

The first pediatric hospital in Quebec, the mission of Montreal Children’s Hospital is to provide highly-specialized healthcare, and inspire and mobilize the community to support relentless innovation in research, teaching and care.  The hospital is transforming care so that every sick child has the opportunity to reach their full potential, to the best of their ability. Thanks to caring donors, they support programs with humanitarian values.


Shriner’s Children’s Hospital

Shriners Children’s, is committed to reaching as many children as possible, and providing high-quality, patient-centered, wrap-around care to the children and families that need medical help. Since opening the first hospital in 1922, their goal has been to change and improve lives by caring for patients, gaining knowledge through research, developing new treatments, and providing educational opportunities for physicians and other healthcare professionals.


CHU de Québec

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec (CHUQ) is a network of teaching hospitals affiliated with the medical school of Université Laval and several specialized institutions in Quebec City. CHU supportsa 5 hospitals, helping doctor’s, researchers, and health care providers.


Moncton HeadStart ToyDrive

Moncton Headstart Inc. is a registered Canadian charity that provides evidence-based, trauma informed high quality, early child and family intervention services to support vulnerable, high-risk children and their families. We give parents the tools to become more confident and successful in their parenting so they can build a better life for their children and themselves. The ToyDrive makes sure kids all over greater Moncton have gifts under the tree for Christmas each year.


Boucherville Alzheimer Society Rivesud

For the last 30 years, the Alzheimer Society Rive-Sud has been offering support services and counseling for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or from another neurocognitive disorder, as well as for their caregivers. Acting on behalf of 20 Alzheimer Societies across Quebec, the Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies represents, supports and defends the rights of 153,000 Quebecers affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.