Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces have made an enormous contribution to our country and the entire world. It’s our turn now to thank them.
Founded in 2009 by Dr. Paul Kavanagh in association with the Canadian War Museum, Operation Veteran pays tribute to the men and women who have served our nation.
Thanks to contributions from generous private donors, all veterans can receive coupons valued at $11 each, which can be exchanged for refreshments or a meal in The Mess, the War Museum’s cafeteria. Since the creation of Operation Veteran, more than 4,000 veterans have benefited of this program.
Educating young people about Canada’s debt to our veterans through better understanding our history is a critical element of Operation Veteran. In honour of the First World War Centenary in 2014, your support to Operation Veteran will enable the Canadian War Museum to develop new educational outreach and programming for teachers and their students across the country.
By supporting Operation Veteran, you are providing warm meals for our veterans and helping to perpetuate the memory of their sacrifices and their invaluable contribution to future generations.
Open the following document to learn more details about Operation Veteran, its story and impact: Operation Veteran Overview (PDF, 541 KB)
Support the Operation Veteran program today.
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Visitors listening to the stories of a Canadian veteran, Mark Holleron CWM2012-0064-0085-DM
Students from Stanstead College presenting a cheque to the Canadian War Museum in support of Operation Veteran. Steven Darby CWM2012-0065-0037-DM
Paul Kavanagh with son Darrah and a Veteran. C. Drouin