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2015 Partners


The War Amps

Since its founding in 1918, The War Amps programs have grown from assisting war amputees – whom we still serve – to all amputees, including children. Today, we still have much to do to ensure amputees have the artificial limbs they need to lead independent and active lives. The public’s support of the Key Tag Service, which has returned more than 1.5 million sets of lost keys to their owners, makes all our programs possible, including CHAMP for child amputees. The War Amps does not receive government grants.


   Helping people make changes and improvements in their lives and to make a better future for themselves. We are community partners in creating opportunities for people of all ages to dream, to achieve and to live full and rewarding lives.


Wounded Warriors Canada

To honour and support Canada’s ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families.

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Since 1984, Family Transition Place (FTP) has been providing critical services to women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. Inside FTP’s doors, women find a warm and welcoming place where their safety and well-being is the most important thing in the world. Whether they need a safe place to live, or the services of a professional, skilled counsellor to assist them on their journey, FTP is there to help.

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The Royal Canadian Legion Veterans Services Network serves Veterans, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, and their families, providing support, referrals, representation, advocacy and financial assistance free of charge, Legion member or not.

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