There are more than 120,000 veterans in Quebec.

0

of Canadian veterans reside in Quebec

58 years

Average Age

0

Experience difficulty in their transition to civilian life

Since 1998, the Foundation has raised close to $ 10,000,000 to aid veterans in Quebec.

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Veterans

Learn about who our veterans are and why we support them.
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Programs

Learn about the programs that we fund in Quebec.
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Partners

A salute to our partners and their essential contributions.
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History

The Quebec Veterans Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to organizations that aim to help veterans residing in Quebec during their transition to civilian life. In constant evolution, the Foundation transformed itself in 2017 to optimize its direct impact with the largest number of veterans possible.

While preserving its roots at Ste. Anne’s Hospital, our organization is spreading its wings and participating in promising programs that meet the needs of more veterans. Our focus currently includes veterans suffering from an Operational Stress Injury, such as PTSD, homelessness, unemployment, and veterans in long-term care.

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Our Mission

To support programs that positively impact the quality of life for veterans experiencing difficulties in transitioning to civilian life.

Our Vision

The men and women who have served their country should be given every opportunity to live with pride and dignity and become positive contributors to their communities in a civilian context.

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Throughout my military career, I have had the opportunity to work with exceptional women and men. Serving alongside them was a privilege. The stakes in the transition to civilian life are high. Some have to deal with service-related injuries, others, such as our veterans in long-term care at Ste. Anne’s Hospital are looking for stimulating activities and a deserved quality of care. I, therefore, invite you to give generously to provide comfort and serenity to these women and men who have courageously and with honour served our country. You can make a difference in their lives.

Thank you!

Lieutenant-Colonel (Ret.) Maryse Carmichael

Canada Region Training Center Operations Manager at CAE

Board of Directors

Team member
Dominique Chagnon
President
Lieutenant of Operations, Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal,
Honorary Colonel, 439th Squadron, Bagotville
James Hewitt
Vice President
President and CEO, Hewitt Group Inc.
Hewitt Foundation
Team member
Team member
Claude Thibault
Treasurer
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Groupe Alithya
Sandra Dethier
Secretary
Vice President, Power Systems, Eastern Canada, Toromont CAT
Veteran
Team member
Team member
Raymond Mathieu
Administrator
Financial Security Advisor, CRW Financial Group
Pierre Ayotte
Administrator
President and CEO, Terranueva
Veteran
Team member
Team member
Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan
Administrator
Chief, Professional Conduct and Culture
Brigadier-General Stéphane Boivin
Administrator
Commanding Officer 2nd Canadian Division and Joint Task Force (East)
Team member
Team member
Rémi Lecerf
Administrator
Chief Commercial Officer, NorthStar Earth&Space
Yvan Blondin
Administrator
Lieutenant-General (retired),
Royal Canadian Air Force
Veteran
Team member
Team member
Major José Domingos
Administrator
Commanding Officer of the 439th Combat
Support Squadron
Dr. Geneviève Richer, M.D.
Administrator
Chief of Staff, Medical Services, Ste. Anne's Hospital
Team member
Team member
Virginie Bernier-Bastien
Administrator
Lawyer, Reservist

Management Team

Anne Hurtubise
Executive Director

Stephanie Tomé
Project Manager

Rosa Sarchese
Administration and Accounting