The following organizations - all devoted to the wellbeing of Canada's military personnel and veterans - have been featured at Vancouver Military Dinners:

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Featured Charity - 7th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2022)

Soldier On is an official Canadian Armed Forces program which seeks to help veterans and serving military personnel overcome illness and injury through sport and physical activity. Through their various programs, they provide Canada's finest with a safe environment in which to challenge themselves, get inspired, form relationships, and re-introduce physicality into their lives. Many credit Soldier On with empowering them to adapt and re-integrate with local, community-based activities, and remain active for life.

Soldier On leads and manages the team of dedicated athletes that will represent Canada at the 2020 Invictus Games.  Funds raised at the 7th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner will go to support these athletes, and some of Soldier On's other valuable programs.



Featured Charity - 5th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2018)

Wounded Warriors Canada is a national mental health service provider that uses clinical best practices and evidence informed care to create an environment of compassion, resiliency and hope for ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families.

Funds raised in 2018 directly support Wounded Warriors' many programs, all of which make a significant difference for veterans, first responders, and their families.



Featured Organization - 3rd Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2016)

The mission of the Equitas Society is to improve the lives of injured veterans through enhanced legal rights and corresponding benefits. They tirelessly advocate for veterans’ rights with the ultimate desire of seeing a covenant between Canada and its Armed Forces enshrined in Canadian Law.



Featured Charity - 6th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2019)

Honour House provides a “home away from home” for ill and inured heroes and their families, where they can stay completely free of charge while receiving medical care and treatment in the Metro Vancouver area. Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in New Westminster, the facility is a fully renovated heritage home with modern facilities, and lovingly-maintained grounds. Almost all of the work needed to keep Honour House running is carried out by a dedicated board of directors and a hard working team of volunteers, many of whom have served their country themselves.

2019 proceeds also supported Honour Ranch, a new facility near Ashcroft, BC dedicated to supporting treatment of operational stress injuries



Featured Charity - 5th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2018)

Whole Way House is a registered Canadian charity serving vulnerable seniors and veterans who are facing marginalization, disabilities, addiction issues and/or mental health issues at the Veterans Manor in the Downtown Eastside. Their vision is to reach the people in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside by creating a safe and welcoming environment and building meaningful relationships and a community that instills worth, value and dignity.

In May, 2017, Whole Way House partnered with the Veterans Memorial Housing society in order to provide supportive housing programs and services for the residents of the Veterans Manor.

There, they provide support staff 7 days per week, as well as community building programs and one on one tenant support.



Featured Organization - 4th Annual Vancouver Military Dinner (2017)

The Legion Military Skills Conversion Program is designed to help accelerate and advance the careers of current and former serving Canadian Armed Forces Members. They aim to recognize the knowledge and skills developed during military service to offer fast-track education options and career support services.