Single Moms’ Oil Change

Twice a year, our volunteers roll up their sleeves to provide a free oil change for single mothers, servicing an average of 40 vehicles in one afternoon. Cars are also washed and detailed while moms are pampered with refreshments, massages, nail-painting, a Bingo Contest and free drawing for a spa basket. For the kids, there is fun in the Sports Court as well as an Arts and Crafts table (new)!
A certified mechanic will also offer unbiased advice to cars owners if any mechanical issues need to be addressed. 

23589 Old Yale Road, Langley
Next Oil Change:
Check back back in the spring of 2018 for our next date

To register:

Registration closed for this fall.
Here are answers to some Frequently Asked Questions:
What’s involved?
Bring your car in at your pre-arranged appointment time. We’ll take the keys and drive it up on ramps. Our experienced volunteers will change your oil for you. We’ll also have a team onsite washing and detailing cars (weather permitting). A waiver is required. (You can view and download it here)
How long will it take?
Your appointment should take approximately 45 minutes.
What can I do while I wait?
We’ll have an area set up for you to relax in near the sports court with refreshments, games and child care. There is also a draw to win a special prize. Washrooms are also available.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes! Our sports court will be open. We even have a supervised rock-climbing wall that will be open some of the time with qualified volunteers to keep your kids safe.
How do I find my VIN?
Every vehicle made has a unique 17-digit number known as a Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN. Unlike your Social Insurance Number (SIN) there is no harm in sharing your VIN, in fact, it can typically be accessed by anyone standing near your vehicle.
To find your VIN, either check your insurance/registration slip (easiest), or stand outside your vehicle on the driver’s side and look at the corner of the dashboard where it meets the windshield. If the VIN cannot be found there, open the driver’s side door and look at the door post (where the door latches when it is closed).

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