Donate to the Poppy Fund
Thank you for your donations to the Poppy Fund. Through your generosity, the Legion helps all of Canada’s Veterans and their families.
All donations to the Poppy Fund are placed in trust to be used for the care and benevolent support of Veterans and their dependents. Learn more: Use of Poppy Trust Funds
Here’s how you can support Canada’s Veterans:
- Donate during the Poppy campaign: During the Poppy campaign leading up to Remembrance Day, the Legion gratefully accepts donations at Legion tables and Poppy boxes across Canada. From businesses and organizations to retail outlets, restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, and the flower shop around the corner, the Poppy is distributed to wear with pride.
Local organizations interested in requesting a collection box to support the Poppy Campaign should contact their local Legion Branch.
The Poppy Campaign also features a digital Poppy, found online at MyPoppy.ca. Canadians who donate online will receive a digital Poppy in remembrance of a Veteran of their choosing.
- Donate at your local Legion Branch: We encourage Canadians to donate locally to your Legion Branch to support Veterans and Remembrance in your community. Find your local Branch.
- Donate to the National Poppy Trust Fund: The Legion Dominion Command accepts donations to the Poppy Trust Fund (cash, money order or cheque payable to the Dominion Command Poppy Trust Fund). Any donation will be acknowledged by official correspondence and will be gratefully received to assist the Veteran community across Canada. Online donations are not available at this time.
Send your donation to:The Royal Canadian Legion
86 Aird Place
Ottawa, ON K2L 0A1
Dominion Command cannot issue tax receipts due to our not-for-profit status.
Thank you for your donations to the Poppy Fund. Your generosity helps all of Canada’s Veterans.
Support Veterans year-round
Become a member of the Legion and support Veterans year-round. You don’t have to be a Veteran to join. Any Canadian citizen or citizen of an Allied nation who is 18 years of age or older is welcome to become a member of the Legion.
As a member of the Legion, you support Veterans, serving military, RCMP members, and their families. Your membership helps provide essential services within your community, including seniors’ support services, housing and care for the elderly, drop-in centres, youth programs, and much more. The Legion gives in many ways, and by joining, you give too.
Thank you for supporting Canada’s Veterans.