To engage all Canadians in promoting mutual respect for military; our veterans; and their families, alongside organizations that support those who serve our great country.
Create engagement and awareness
The creation of a corporate RESPECT Banner Campaign, hanging from office buildings from from coast to coast.
Building a permanent RESPECT monument on the TransCanada Highway in Kirkland, on the Island of Montreal in 2017.
Support the Fight against PTSD and Homelessness among Veterans
The Canadian Forces Mental Health Survey completed in 2013 revealed that up to 8% of deployed troops are diagnosed with PTSD. A recent study also revealed that there are more than 2,250 former soldiers in only 60 homeless shelters across Canada. PTSD is debilitating and can result in depression, domestic violence, homelessness and even suicide.
The Canadian Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Canada can’t solve the problems of PTSD and homeless veterans alone. They have teamed up with more than a dozen charities and together they offer programs designed to find and help members and veterans who are suffering.
We need your help. The RESPECT CAMPAIGN and CHALLENGE is raising funds to support the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services, the department of National Defense that coordinates and funds many of Canada’s most critical services dealing with PTSD and the homelessness of veterans.
Please buy a RESPECT banner or window cling. Challenge friends and businesses to do the same to demonstrate their RESPECT for our troops and veterans and their families.
On behalf of those who serve our country. Thank You.
Call Steve Gregory for more information 514-919-5858 (firstname.lastname@example.org)