It is our mission to inspire every Canadian to contribute to the resilience and well-being of our military and Veteran families.

Together, we can support Stronger Military Families.

True Patriot Love is a national charity that supports military families, funds community-based programs, and contributes to the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research.

We are uniquely positioned to be able to understand the greatest needs of Canadian military families and then activate the resources required to deliver the most significant impact.

  • Our national perspective allows us to work toward ensuring that military and Veteran families receive the same level of support no matter where they live, while also allowing us to tailor our funding to the unique needs of the local community.
  • Our agility and flexibility allows us to fund promising community programs that are still in the proof-of-concept stage and, once success is proven, raise additional funds to take them national.
  • Our robust funding application process, which includes a Disbursement Advisory Committee consisting of experts from a variety of sectors, ensures that funding goes toward the programs that offer the most immediate, and most significant, impact.
  • Our partnership with the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research allows us to leverage a comprehensive system of national research capabilities, which ensures we are funding the best, most innovative and most impactful research initiatives.
  • Meet Lori

    With her husband diagnosed with mental health illnesses and being released from the military, Lori was overwhelmed. See how a True Patriot Love funded program gave Lori renewed strength and hope.

  • Meet Timothy

    Even after six years of being deployed, the effects of military service still affected Sgt. Timothy Greyland. See how this True Patriot Love funded program helped him see that his life is worth living.

  • Meet Dylan

    Five-year-old Dylan was coping with feelings of sadness when his dad was deployed. See how this True Patriot Love funded program gave Dylan a safe and therapeutic space to express his feelings.

In episode six of #ForHerCountry season 2, LCol (Ret’d) Anne Reiffenstein talks about forging her path and learning critical leadership lessons, one being that leading with kindness does not equate to weakness. Hear Anne’s full story:

Check out last night's news segment from @CBCTheNational about women in the Canadian military which featured our #ForHerCountry podcast and its host Shannon @Busta_: Catch new episodes of season 2 every Tuesday. More info:

We are truly thankful to LCol Eleanor Taylor, WO Avril Jno-Baptiste-Jones and Sgt Leslie Blair for joining us at yesterday’s live Virtual Fireside Chat. Huge thank you to @MackenzieInvest for sponsoring the fireside chat. Here's the recording:

We’re excited to launch season 2 of #ForHerCountry, profiling another group of inspiring women leaders in the Canadian military. Tune in to hear Lt Col (Ret’d) Anne Reiffenstein’s experience as one of the first women to enter the forces in a combat role: tplfoundation photo

Our Virtual Fireside Chat goes live in 30 mins. Join us to hear from guests of the new #ForHerCountry podcast as they share their personal experiences within the Canadian military and their perspective on leadership, resiliency and self-improvement. Join the chat now:… tplfoundation photo

Tomorrow at 12 p.m. EST, we'll be hosting a live Virtual Fireside Chat with guests of the #ForHerCountry podcast. You'll hear from 3 trailblazing women as they share experiences of being in the military & personal & inspiring stories. Register today: