The Ninth Annual True Patriot Love Toronto Tribute Dinner
09/11/2017 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
On November 9th, 2017, Toronto’s corporate and community leaders will come together to raise funds and show their support for Canada’s men and women in uniform, as well as the families that stand behind them.
In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, True Patriot Love will be showcasing and recognizing the strength and dedication of the women of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and their families. The role in which women have served Canada is as varied and unique as the families to which they belong. As serving members and Veterans of the CAF, women continue to lead from the front and serve with pride. Military families – couples, caregivers, children – are the backbone of the CAF and give tirelessly in support of those who serve. In a milestone year, it is poignant to recognize the gains and efforts of so many.
Dress Code: Black Tie Optional
Contact: For information on this year’s Tribute Dinner, or for ticket and table purchases, please contact Emilie Furia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 647-341-8964 or click HERE for our registration form.
Sponsoring the True Patriot Love Toronto Tribute Dinner is an opportunity to support the military community across Canada, publicize your company, gain exposure, and many more incredible benefits.
A heartfelt thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors of the True Patriot Love Toronto Tribute Dinner 2017:
About True Patriot Love Foundation
True Patriot Love Foundation (TPL) is a national charity with the mission to inspire every Canadian to contribute to the resilience and wellbeing of our military and Veteran families. Since 2009, TPL has provided more than $18 million to support military families, including supporting more than 100 community-based programs across the country that address the unique challenges resulting from service including mental health, physical rehabilitation, transitioning to civilian life, and the special needs of children. In addition, TPL contributes to advancements in research and technology through our $5 million commitment to the Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research (Queen’s University).