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September 4th, 2013

Knights of Columbus -Aug.28-revised

Representatives from the local Knights of Columbus branch, Grand Knight Germain Loignon and past Grand Knight Ed Lombardi present a cheque for $500 on behalf of the Council in Woodbridge to Quinte West Mayor John Williams and Committee Member Hugh O’Neil.   In addition to the initial $11,000 received at the original launch of the project [...]

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$1000 Donation from Juno CAV

August 19th, 2013

Representatives from the Juno Unit Canadian Army Veterans Motorcycle Units present a cheque to [...]

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Scotiabank Donation

June 10th, 2013

Many thanks to Scotiabank for their generous contribution of $15,000 presented June 3 to Quinte [...]

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BMO Donation

May 1st, 2013

Members of BMO Bank of Montreal present a cheque to Mayor John Williams and Members of the [...]

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From our Donors

It is an honour to donate in memory of our soldiers.

My heart bleeds for the families and for the veterans alive and dead. May my contribution be of some benefit, best regards, “Lest We Forget”.

I’m proud to support and honour those who gave their lives in the conflict for a better world.

I wore a uniform myself and have a stone on the “Memory Walk” at Trenton on the grounds of the National Air Force Museum. I am looking forward to visiting the Memorial and I send my prayers and thoughts to all who are involved with the project.

With this Memorial in place, I hope lots of people visit it and think of those great men and women who sacrificed their lives serving Canada. God bless you people for doing this for them.

Please accept my donation for the Memorial for the men and women who sacrificed their lives for us. We live in the best country in the world and thank God every day for this.

Thank you for undertaking such an honourable reminder of Canadian sacrifices. I live in London, Ontario and hope to visit the Memorial to pay my respects and “honour those who gave”.

Thank you for the opportunity to show my support.

What a wonderful Memorial to those who gave their lives for us.

May we always remember these individuals and more important the people they left behind.

I attended the Repatriation ceremony of my nephew. It was a day full of mixed emotions. I hope this Memorial is able to be completed so some day I would like to take my sister to see it.

What a lovely idea this is! We went to almost every bridge ceremony we could Winter and Summer it was sometimes very cold or very hot but we were honoured to have a way to show we cared. I hope to see the Memorial when it is finished.

What a wonderful project I am honoured to help.

God bless you for caring and God bless the fallen and all those men and women who serve this great country.

To the Committee organizing this wonderful tribute, please accept the enclosed cheque … It is so little one can do for all the men and women who lost their lives serving our country to help keep peace in this world. For all living members of our armed services we wish Peace and Glad Tidings and time spent with your family at this time of year.

To all whom are working on the permanent memorial for our fallen soldiers in Afghanistan, you have our eternal gratitude. We appreciate the enormous efforts involved for this venture. We are looking forward to pay our respect at this dedicated memorial.

 

How can Canadians give to help build the Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial? Please join all Canadians coast to coast who have already been giving to this Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial Fund. This is not a government initiative, but solely funded by Canadians honoring Canadian soldiers. Individuals, companies and organizations are all welcome to contribute to the fund to complete the $1.5 million dollar project. Donations, no matter how small, will make this a reality.

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