||Helmets to Hardhats|
Helmets to Hardhats Canada (H2H) has been incorporated in Canada as a Not for Profit Organization. It is designed to provide an opportunity in Canada for anyone who has served (or is currently serving and looking to transition to a civilian career) in either the Regular or Reserve Force Components of the Canadian Forces. The program offers the required apprenticeship training to achieve journey person status in any of the applicable trades within the building and construction industry. Depending on existing qualifications and experience, the apprenticeship training process may be shortened or by-passed so as to enable a fast-tracked achievement of journeyperson status.
|| PGA TOUR Canada|
PGA TOUR Canada in cooperation with Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services have created the Military Outreach Program, providing access to PGA TOUR Canada events for the CAF Community members and strengthening the relationship between the PGA TOUR and the militaries in Canada and the US.
Project Remembrance is a fine art collection by Canadian painter Brian Lorimer that inspires remembrance and commemorates the centenary of the onset of The First World War. The paintings are a fresh and compelling rendering of the Canadian experience of the Great War, describing moments of individual fortitude and trial. More than that, they are a call to Canadians to consider and draw inspiration from the strength of character exhibited by our soldiers.
Our mission is to preserve, promote and celebrate Canadian history and heritage through the powerful medium of art. Our goal is to raise funds to assist in the betterment of Military personnel and their families. Funds raised with the support of Project Remembrance, individual and corporate donations are provided directly to the Support Our Troops Program.
|RENOS for HEROES|
RENOS for HEROES was founded in November 2009 by Toronto-based contract Jim Caruk, in association with volunteer contractors and manufacturers in the Canadian home improvement industry. RENOS for HEROES helps wounded soldiers to make necessary changes to their homes, thereby minimizing the expense and reducing the stress.
||Royal Canadian Legion|
The Royal Canadian Legion created the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund Grant, with a primary purpose of providing financial assistance (in the form of grants) to veterans and/ or their dependants who are in distress or have a clear financial need for food, fuel, clothing, prescription medication, medical appliances or equipment, essential home repairs and emergency shelter or assistance.
||True Patriot Love Foundation|
The True Patriot Love Foundation was founded by a group of citizens dedicated to improving the well-being and morale of members of the Canadian military and their families. Through fundraising efforts, support totalling $2M has been provided to the MFF and Soldier On (2010-2012). Ultimately, True Patriot Love wants to make a significant positive difference in the lives of those who serve on behalf of us.
|| VETS Canada|
The VETS Canada organization was formed to reach out and help the many of Canada’s veterans who had not made successful transitions from their military careers to healthy civilian lives. Our grassroots organization has rapidly grown into an inter-provincial network of volunteers, many of whom are veterans themselves; others are serving military and RCMP who work within their respective communities to seek out homeless and at risk veterans and quickly re-establish the bond of trust that exists between soldiers. VETS Canada’s mission is to attempt to facilitate moving the veterans in need of help from the streets or shelters into affordable housing (if available). We also connect the veterans with needed health care, help them access the benefits and services from other organizations such as Veterans Affairs Canada and the Royal Canadian Legion and support them in finding suitable employment.
Date Modified : 2016-11-29