Kati has been around the military and veterans for years. Knowing the hardships that veterans go though all the time, she knows how important it...
F&B is a huge supporter of veterans, and has helped our cause immensely having chosen us to be part of their Ambassador program. For each...
Adopt-A-Vet wants to send a huge thank you to all the performers and the organizers of Border City Wrestling. BCW is a great group of...
Today we remember three heroes that lost their lives trying to make this world a better place.
Dec 13, 2008
Cpl Thomas James Hamilton
Pte John Michael Roy Curwin
Pte Justin Peter Jones
Huge thank you goes out to Merchants Paper Company for their most generous donation to our organization. This will help ensure a happy holidays for those heroes that have no family or friends left. If you’re interested in helping out please don’t hesitate to send us a message. Here is Dale one of the Board of Directors for Adopt-A-Vet picking up a cheque from Christine from Merchants Paper. ... See more
Good evening everyone. I’d like to share this in case some of you wanted to help contribute to some amazing veterans this year. We want to be able to visit with and bring holiday spirit to S many heroes as we possibly can, and we do that with the help of people like you.
100% of the money collected goes directly to the veterans causes. All of the board members of Adopt-A-Vet are volunteers and do this because the military is something that hits home to them.
You can E-Transfer funds to:
Or use the website by following this link
If you would prefer to send a cheque send me a private message and i will let you know where to mail it too
Thank you so much for your support it’s greatly appreciated. ... See more
Become a sponsor and know that you have done something that will make an old veteran smile around the holidays, as well as assist in the construction of our small Armoury at The Safety Village in Windsor. Becoming a sponsor makes you an intricate part of the Adopt-A-Vet mission. Without the ... ... See more
Pretty amazing pictures
In 2013, the US Navy remembered the "day of infamy" with a series of photo illustrations overlaying scenes from that horrifying date with present-day photos