Supporting Our Heros

A company that gives back. Proceeds of sales support our veterans, keeping us safe and free.

In a world filled with ever-changing priorities and fast-paced lives, it's crucial that we never forget those who have selflessly dedicated their lives to protecting our freedom and preserving our way of life. Veterans, who have served in the military and fought on the front lines, deserve our utmost respect and gratitude. Giving back to veterans is not only an act of appreciation but also a meaningful way to acknowledge their sacrifices. In this blog, we will explore how we give back to veterans and why it holds tremendous significance for all of us.

  1. Recognizing Their Sacrifices:

Veterans have willingly put themselves in harm's way to defend our nation's values and safeguard our future. Many have endured physical injuries, psychological trauma, and the loss of their comrades. By giving back, we show our acknowledgment and appreciation for their immense sacrifices. It is a way of saying, "We see you, we honor you, and we are forever grateful."

  1. Providing Support:

One of the most tangible ways we give back to veterans is by providing them with the support they need to reintegrate into civilian life. This support can come in various forms, such as job placement services, education and training opportunities, mental health counseling, and housing assistance. These resources aim to empower veterans as they transition into a new chapter and help them build fulfilling and prosperous lives after their service.

  1. Community Outreach:

Communities around the world are coming together to create initiatives and events that specifically cater to veterans. Local organizations, businesses, and volunteers collaborate to organize activities such as appreciation dinners, job fairs, and mentorship programs. These events provide veterans with a sense of belonging and remind them that their contributions are valued beyond measure.

  1. Creating Awareness:

Raising awareness about the challenges veterans face is another essential aspect of giving back. By sharing their stories and shedding light on the issues they encounter, we can initiate conversations and inspire change. Advocacy efforts can lead to improved policies, increased funding for veteran services, and a greater understanding of the unique needs of those who have served.

  1. Expressing Gratitude:

Sometimes the most powerful way to give back to veterans is through simple acts of gratitude. A heartfelt "thank you" or a sincere handshake can have a profound impact on a veteran's day. Taking the time to listen to their experiences and showing genuine interest in their stories lets them know that their sacrifices are remembered and appreciated.


Giving back to veterans is not only a moral obligation but also a way to express our deep gratitude for their selflessness and unwavering dedication. By recognizing their sacrifices, providing support, engaging in community outreach, creating awareness, and expressing our appreciation, we can make a significant difference in the lives of those who have served. Let's ensure that our heroes are never forgotten and that their contributions continue to be recognized and celebrated for generations to come.

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In addition, we donate 5% of proceeds on Remembrance Day, November 11th. We donate to organizations such as River Valley Resilience Retreat, The Royal Canadian Legion, OSI-CAN and The Wounded Warriors Canada. We have also sponsored the Veteran Hunt organized by Delta Waterfowl 1000 Islands in Ontario the past three years, and would love to continue to be part of it in future years.

Thank you for helping us support our veterans. Without YOU this would not be possible.

Below is a page from The 2023 Royal Canadian Legions magazine honoring all veterans including family members of Dustin and Lauren Blanchard who have served along with an image of the recent Delta Waterfowl 1000 Islands Veteran hunt. Lest We Forget.

Several Canadian veterans pictures with a special thanks to their family members