NADC Supported Charities


  • 4-H Club
  • Boys Scouts Of America
  • Capital City Renegade Hockey Team
  • Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan - John F’ Aho Memorial Golf Outing Benefit
  • Davison High School Softball
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Detroit Catholic Central Wrestling Boosters
  • Ducks Unlimited - Lapeer
  • Elba Little League Baseball
  • Flint Elks Club
  • Forgotten Harvest
  • Future Farmers Of America (FFA)
  • Girl Scouts
  • Hartland Michigan Youth Hockey
  • The Helen Rose
  • Holiday Depot
  • International Wolf Center
  • Lapeer Optimist Club
  • March of Dimes
  • Metamora Lions Club
  • Metamora Little League Baseball
  • Michigan Maritime Trades
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
  • Newsboys of Flint
  • Oakland University Wrestling
  • Pime Missionaries
  • Salvation Army
  • Save The Redwoods
  • St. Francis Prayer Center
  • United Cerebral Palsy of Metropolitan Detroit
  • Waterford GoodFellows

NADC Supports Local Community

North American Dismantling Corp. is committed to giving back to our community through participation in charitable events through donations and community service. The following events are representative of this commitment:

Holiday Depot of Lapeer County:
A collaborative effort helping Lapeer County families.

North American Dismantling has been working with the Holiday Depot of Lapeer County for over 10 years. Through the support of volunteers & local businesses like NADC, the Holiday Depot of Lapeer County is able to help local families and children during the holidays by providing gifts and/or food that they otherwise could not afford. NADC is proud to continue this tradition of giving back to our community & helping these families have a happy holiday season.

NADC Supports MS Through Cycling

By supporting the Michigan chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society through our sponsorship of the CRA Metro Wings cycling team from Conestoga-Rovers & Associates, a consulting engineering firm, $20,000 was raised to help fight MS.

Overall, $200,000 was raised, which will go a long way in assisting the MS Society's activities in Michigan.

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