pays tribute to the men and women of our Armed Forces in a visually stunning display of patriotism.
2020 FLAGS OF REMEMBRANCE
Saturday, September 12, 2020
“WE ARE NOW TAKING SPONSORSHIPS AT ALL OUR TRIBUTE SITES UNTIL ALL 128 PLAQUES OF HONOUR ARE SPONSORED” . Every year Veterans Voices of Canada WITH OUR HOST COMMUNITIY PARTNERS raises 128 full sized Canadian flags in our host communities, representing the 128,000 Canadian military and RCMP killed and missing in action service personnel lost in service from the Boer War to current missions. Plaques of Honour can be in tribute to past or present military or First Responder servicemen and women.
Opening Ceremony Sylvan Lake,AB
Saturday, September 12th
Opening Ceremony Sydney,Nova Scotia
Saturday, September 12th
Open Hearth Park
Sydney, Nova Scotia
SPONSOR A PLAQUE OF HONOUR & FLAG
Plaques of Honour minimum donation costs. Minimum donation of $250(One name per Plaque of Honour)
How to Sponsor
Order online. Simply fill out this form and make payment through Canada Help as directed.
Please contact us if you are interested in a Corporate Site Sponsorship opportunity with Flags of Remembrance!
Thank you everyone for giving tribute to our past and present Veterans,RCMP and First Responders as well as your continued support of Veterans Voices of Canada!
Our trademark, copyrighted VVOC-Flags of Remembrance tribute is the brainchild of VVOC Founding CEO, Al Cameron. This initiative is designed to pay tribute to our Military Veterans,RCMP and First Responders in a visually stunning display of patriotism and Remembrance. Every year at our opening ceremony, 128 full size, official Canadian flags are raised in participating communities. These flags represent the 128,000 Canadians military and RCMP killed and missing in action from the Boer War to the current missions.
This is the first year we will be giving tribute to our much deserving First Responders and all they sacrifice,many who served in our Canadian Forces. Each flag is accompanied by a sponsored “Plaque of Honour” in tribute or Remembrance of past or current serving personnel.This Plaque of Honour recognizes individuals given tribute to by family, friends or others who would like to recognize those who sacrifice so much.
A key factor to making our tribute unique is how all flags are raised from coast to coast at the same moment(12 noon-AB Mountain Time),unifying all branch locations, tributes and participating Canadians at each site on that day.Along with other components of our ceremony, this makes our initiative truly unique.
The flags and plaques are raised each fall and taken down on November 12th. The opening and closing ceremonies will be held on a date to be announced here and within other social media. All ceremonies will take place on the same day at each of our tribute communities across Canada.
This annual, national event also serves as Veterans Voices of Canada’s primary fundraiser. Monies raised through our VVOC – Flags of Remembrance tributes are used to fulfill the mandate of the VVOC organization: Giving honour and tribute to our Veterans through historical on camera documentation,as well as historical displays tributes across Canada throughout the year. Funds will also be used for other Veterans Voices of Canada Veteran support initiatives throughout the year.We are proud to say if all Plaques of Honour are sponsored,we will donate a portion of the funds raised to other well deserving charities located in each of the communities where we display and hold our tributes. We are asking a minimum donation of $250 per Plaque of Honour. One name per plaque please.Thank you everyone for all of your past and future support!
2020 Veterans Voices of Canada Flags of Remembrance Site Representatives
Please contact applicable site representative listed below for more information or inquiries related to sponsorship.
Sydney, NS – Doug Hill
Windsor, ON – Al Cameron
Halifax,NS – Al Cameron
How can you help VVOC?
Too many of our veterans have not had a chance to tell their story. Veterans Voices of Canada will help to ensure that all Canadian military veterans have the opportunity to talk about their personal experiences and their stories on camera.
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