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By-laws and Publications

any part of these manuals. Act to Incorporate General By-laws (amended June 2020 - see COVID-19 update below) Rules of Procedure (July 2017) Ritual, Awards and Protocol Manual (amended March 2021) Poppy Manual (amended June 2020) Important Update: COVID-19 (updated August 14, 2020) GENERAL, -convention DEC meeting and none will be returned in advance of that meeting for being routine. POPPY MANUAL The Dominion Executive Council approved the following amendment to the Poppy Manual to allow

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The Poppy trademark

The Poppy trademark, . Consult the Legion’s Poppy Manual for guidelines governing the use of the Poppy trademark, In this section The Poppy, the Poppy as a symbol reminding us to never forget the sacrifices Veterans made to protect our freedom. Any proposed usage of the Poppy symbol must be submitted to Dominion Command as outlined below. The Legion safeguards the Poppy trademark On June 30, 1948, on behalf of the people of Canada

https://www.legion.ca/remembrance/the-poppy/the-poppy-trademark

Poppy Trust Funds

Poppy Trust Funds, on their Poppy Campaign. Details on the Poppy Trust Fund can be found in the Legion`s Poppy Manual, , use of poppy donations, use of poppy money, poppy manual, poppy trust fund, donate to poppy campaign, In this section Poppy Trust Funds Your contributions directly, of Poppy Trust Funds Through your donations to the Legion Poppy Fund, the Legion provides financial, are in need. Poppy Funds may be used for: Grants for food, heating costs, clothing, prescription

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How The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund Supports Canada’s Veterans

How The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund Supports Canada’s Veterans, organizations undertaking Veteran support initiatives, as outlined in the Poppy Manual.Eligible, From the last Friday of October to November 11, tens of millions of Canadians wear a Poppy, today. While most donate in exchange for this poppy, many are not aware of how their donations are used. The short answer is that The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund is held in a trust at every level, why donating to the Poppy Fund is so important. Through your contributions, we can offer financial

https://www.legion.ca/news/2019/10/29/how-the-royal-canadian-legion-poppy-fund-supports-canada-s-veterans

Letter to the Editor: Poppy Funds

Letter to the Editor: Poppy Funds, as outlined in the policy contained in the Poppy Manual. Poppy Trust Funds assist Veterans who, This year marks the 95th year that the Poppy has stood as a symbol of Remembrance for all Canadians, became known around the world. The Legion takes its responsibility to protect the legacy of the Poppy and the distribution of Poppy Funds very seriously. All funds collected during our Poppy Campaign, related to their training, education and support needs. The annual Poppy Campaign is organized

https://www.legion.ca/news/2016/10/26/letter-to-the-editor-poppy-funds

Funding for organizations

Canadian Legion Poppy Trust Fund, the Legion is able to provide funding to eligible organizations undertaking Veteran support initiatives, as outlined in the Poppy Manual. Eligible organizations, and in accordance with the Poppy Manual. Only expenditures incurred from the date of receipt, Poppy Trust Fund: Heroes Mending on the Fly Canada Project Trauma Support Quilts of Valour - Canada Society Support our Troops Summer Youth Camps Programs Poppy Funds for Veteran

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Questions and Answers

initiatives, as outlined in the Poppy Manual. Eligible organizations that provide support, . In addition, proceeds from purchases made directly through the Member Store and The Poppy Store support Legion, within each Command. Poppy Trust Fund: Donations to the Legion Poppy Trust Fund are never used for Legion operations. Donations to the Poppy Trust Fund are placed in trust to be used to help Veterans and their dependents in need, and to honour their sacrifices. For more information on the Poppy Trust

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2018: An eventful year at Legion National Headquarters

numerous requests for benevolent funding in 2018, and its Poppy Trust Fund helped almost 80 veterans, . Promoting remembrance The National Poppy Campaign and Remembrance Day ceremonies across the country, poppy, a virtual version of the iconic lapel poppy and one that enabled people to donate online. More than 18,000 people chose a digital poppy this year; that number is expected to grow in 2019, produced the nightly Virtual Poppy Drop on Parliament Hill during the Remembrance period. As virtual

https://www.legion.ca/news/2019/03/04/2018-an-eventful-year-at-legion-national-headquarters

Royal Canadian Legion fed up with misrepresentation by media

of the Provincial Commands. In the Legion Poppy Manual (403.ii.l) it indicates that a Command or, subject, files on veterans without their consent April 27, 2016 Canadian legion under fire for donating poppy, expense. All funding for travel is taken out of the Legion’s General Account – Poppy Funds are not used for this. USE OF POPPY FUNDS Misinformation published on April 27, 2016 FALSE: Quotes in a recent article implied misuse of Poppy Funds that are in support of the 2017 Invictus Games

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