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With donor support, the Museum reaches thousands of Canadians each year through its extensive educational programs. On-site curriculum-based school programming, online resources such as the Canada and the First World War module and travelling resources like Supply Line encourage lifelong learning about our military history.

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As Canada’s national museum of military history, the Canadian War Museum safeguards this country’s military history for current and future generations, but we need your help.

We rely upon support from people like you to advance research, to acquire and preserve artifacts, to develop on-site and travelling exhibitions, and to create educational resources — all of which help make connections to personal stories and critical moments from Canada’s military history.

Your donation makes military history accessible to Canadians right across the country. Most importantly, your support will help preserve a proud, collective memory of our past.

Your support can take many forms — make a one-time gift, become a monthly donor, donate in honour of a loved one, or make a gift through your estate.

Recognizing Our Supporters

Thank you! See the impact of your support

Watch this special video that shows the deep impact your support is having on Canadians. Because of you, children in every corner of Canada will learn about our history, the service and sacrifice of our veterans will always be remembered, and the stories and events that have shaped our country will continue to be told. You help make everything we do possible. Thank you!

Kudos! Spring 2024

The triannual newsletter Kudos! celebrates our donors and supporters, and highlights the work made possible by their gifts.


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Who are you remembering?

A collage of men and women from the Second World War

Over the last year, the following Partners’ Circle donors made a special gift in memory or in honour of a loved one.

Peter Albert, in memory of Abraham and Sharon Flower
Linda and Mitch Banks, in memory of CPO Jack R. Marshall and LGen Cal Banks
Audrey Beaulieu, in memory of Raymond Beaulieu
Roger Beebe, in memory of LSgt Lionel Phillip Tallack, RCE and Pte Charles William Beebe, RCASC
Adam Belyea, in memory of Private Arthur Douglas Belyea, KIA at the Battle of the Somme
Maj (Ret’d) Adrien Bérubé, C.D., in memory of Rada Chatila
Bradley and Tricia Betts, in memory of Gen (Ret’d) Paul Manson
Priscilla Brooks-Hill, in memory of Maj Robert Donald McLeod
Wayne Brownrigg, in memory of WO2 Harold Brownrigg, RCAF
CFN Consultants, in honour of Canada’s Afghanistan war veterans and the families who supported them
Paul Charbonneau, in memory of Cpl Leopold Charbonneau
In memory of Alexander Allardyce of the 85th Canadian Bridge Company, RCASC, Second World War
Dr. Gretchen Conrad, in memory of Walter L. Conrad
Chad Cornish, in memory of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion
Barbara and Peter Currie, in memory of Thomas Stuart Seward and Heman Bruce Currie
In memory of Frans J. Elemans
Russell C. Finch, in memory of Carol Nancy Finch and David Cameron
Pat Firth and Ken Lett, in memory of LCdr W.A.B. Garrard, MBE
Richard French, in memory of Maj J.K. French
Paul Gibbons, in memory of FO Frank Gibbons, No. 428 Squadron RCAF
Ian and Jan Gibson, in memory of Elizabeth (Beth) Simmons, WRNS, Robert (Bob) Gibson, and E. K. (Kitch) Wildfang
Diane Grant, in memory of GrpCapt George F. Grant, RAF
Gail Harington, in memory of Dr. C. Richard (Dick) Harington
Hellyer Charitable Foundation, in honour of Sgt Henry Ralph, 48th Highlander, First and Second World Wars, and Nursing Sister Gladys (Herod) Thomson, First World War
Gen (Ret’d) Raymond R. Henault, in memory of Sylvia Henault, WRNS
Norman Hillmer and Susan Whitney, in honour of Dean Oliver
Darren Hines, in memory of Flt Lt Reginald W. Duncan, RCAF
Rhonda Hofman, in memory of George Hofman
Vanda Incretolli, in memory of Albertas Dronsatavicius
Geoffrey P. Joyner, in memory of Philip Joyner, RAF
Linda Kincaid, in memory of William P. Jackson, SFC (E-7)
Karen Kitz, in memory of Fred Paverly
Bill and Marion Leithead, in memory of Thomas Robert Leithead, Tank Driver and Mechanic, Second World War
Charles Lewis, in memory of Maj Edward Lewis
Sylvie and Peter Madely, in memory of Yvon Clermont and Charles P. Madely
Russel and Bonnie Marcoux, in honour of FS Burnet Montieth Chamney and Flt Lt Grant Joseph Marcoux, RCAF
Richard Maxfield, in memory of his uncle Sgt Harper Maxfield, M.M.
Michael and Sheryle McAfee, in memory of Stuart Gordon McAfee
Anson R. McKim, in memory of 2Lt Archie Nathaniel Jenks and 2Lt John Nelson Burdette McKim, RFC
Virginia McLaughlin, in memory of H/Capt John Weir Foote, RCChS and Victoria Cross recipient
Claire Mowat, in memory of Farley Mowat
Dr. Janice Pasieka, in memory of her parents Joyce and Arnold Pasieka
Kenneth D. Percy, in memory of Kenneth W. and Thelma C. Percy
Jennifer Pereira, K.C. and Kurt Soucy, in memory of Jose Da Silva and Roland Soucy
Sherry Richardson, in memory of Lt Herbert J. Stuart and FO Harding James Stuart
William Rutledge, in memory of Alma Rutledge
Roger Sarty, in honour of Dr. J.L. Granatstein
Marinus Scheffer, in honour of those who served
John and Donna Schwartzburg, in memory of Hy Schwartzburg, RCAF; Harry W. Pegg, South Saskatchewan Regiment; and Robert S. Pegg, RCAF
Mark Shields, in memory of brothers George, Thomas and Bob Shields
Murray Snyder and Jennifer Post, in memory of Lt Irwin James Reed
Takla Foundation, in memory of Lt Don McGeachy
The BC Regiment (DCO) Association Charitable Trust, in memory of the soldiers who served with the 28th Canadian Armoured Regiment (BCR), Second World War
The Naval Association of Canada, in honour of all the women and men who have served and continue to serve Canada
The Walker Wood Foundation, in memory of James Walker Wood
Richard Warrell, in memory of Donald L. Warrell, Howard H. Warrell, and William C. Warrell, RCAF
Marianne and John Worton, in memory of Charlie Plese
William Young, in memory of Sgt (Ret’d) Peter Wallace Young, C.D. and SSgt W.H. (Bert) Young, RCAC, Canadian Army, 1941 to 1945
Jack and Donna Lee Zaleski, in memory of Richard Cartwright Douglas

The Partners’ Circle is a dedicated group of donors whose support is vital in presenting the stories of our military history. Learn more about the Partners’ Circle program today.

With your support, we can ensure that Canada’s military history is shared with future generations at the Museum, online and around the country.

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