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Robyn Young

Director 

Canadian Veteran

Navy

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TO PROVIDE THIS 

BUDGET DAY IS COMING 22 MARCH 2016


We need to rally to hold the new government to their promises for our Veterans.


         Make your contribution now.

WE NEED THIS

Pearl Osmond

Founder

Canadian Veteran

Army 

We need you

Work with our team in your community and make a difference for our Veterans

  • Team building outings for Corporations
  • Annual Veterans Gala to raise funds
  • Annual March to raise funds
  • Your support and donations

We are looking for Businesses to help us fundraise


Become a supporter of A Veteran Who CaresSociety, run a campaign, compete with other businesses  and join us in becoming a Volunteer. 

hELP


Our Mission

Urgent Projects

  • 24 hour Toll free Crisis line for our Veterans
  • Rally in Ottawa to pressure the Liberal Government
  • .Administrative workshops to help Veterans submit paperwork to access benefits
  • Food cards, Coats, Accommodations and Medical Financial Support while Veterans are fighting for their benefits.
  1. To promote Veteran's well being by facilitating provision of support and services to Canadian Veterans;
  2. To assist Veteran's in search for benefits and program in alignment with the Veteran's overall needs; 

For Robyn Young all is she wanted was to serve her country. Just like her mother and father did. She worked in the Navy since she was only 16, and then taking a full time position in the Navy out in Victoria. For 7 years she dedicated her young life to training, then she even taught at the Fire School. Then on 12 June 2014 her life changed forever. No more sports, no more training, no more working for the Navy. A brain tumour choked out her brain, and left her begging for support from the Canadian Forces. Denial after denial, her mother and her took their fight to Ottawa. Misdiagnosed by military doctors and left to take care of herself with out Canadian Forces support. 

 



BEING AN INJURED, TIRED, FRUSTRATED VETERAN ISN'T A ONE TIME OCCURRENCE.

It is a EVERYDAY struggle.