Supporting Military Vets
This project supports the brave men and women that have been injured carrying out their duties in the service of this great nation.
Combat belts used in theatre are repurposed into custom tailored dog collars. All profits from the sales of the Battle Buddy Collection goes to help fund Service Dogs for Military Vets. Products made from items used in theatre come with a provenance, creating its own unique story.
Gun Belt Collars is authorized to obtain seconds quality CADPAT material (Arid, Temperate Woodland, and SAR Tech Orange), so authentic looking collars and accessories can be yours.
All products are 100% hand crafted in Canada.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Supports Courageous Companions
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada is one of Canada’s leading C4ISR defence and security companies with a worldwide reputation for excellence in the production of integrated solutions for land, airborne, maritime and cyber applications. The company feels a special sense of responsibility to members of the Canadian Armed Forces, veterans, and their families.
Learn Photography Ottawa supports Courageous Companions
Courageous Companions and Learn Photography Ottawa are partnering up to bring you some very special offers!
Courageous Companions is pleased to partner with Learn Photography Ottawa for some very special offers designed for dog enthusiasts!
A portion of each sale will be donated to Courageous Companions to help us support our mission to assist military veterans and first responders who have been affected by physical and/or psychological operational injuries.
Head on over to cameracourses.ca/ottawa now and sign up for a course, you’ll be glad you did, and we will be grateful for your support!
Remember to use promo code: CC2017
Only available in Ottawa (for now)
This partnership between Courageous Companions and Learn Photography Canada is currently only available with the Ottawa location. If you’re interested in the programs in another Learn Photography Canada location please Click Here and fill out the contact form. You’re interest and engagement can help us expand the partnership.
To Book or for more information on this special offer, made in partnership with Courageous Companions and Learn Photography Ottawa please contact:
Champion Pet Foods is a major supporter of Courageous Companions.
This National Volunteer week, we worked with Champion Pet Foods to create this video Heroes for Heroes.
Hear first-hand from veterans and first responders how Courageous Companions has changed their lives.
GASOLINE ALLEY HARLEY-DAVIDSON ® Supports Courageous Companions.
Gasoline Alley Harley-Davidson is raising funds to provide a Service Dog for a local Veteran or First Responder in need through Courageous Companions Canada . Our loyal riders & customers are always so generous and we want you to be able to follow along with us on this journey. We will be hosting multiple fundraising efforts in the upcoming year for which all donations will be shown here on our Go Fund Me page.
Each Service Dog undertakes specialized training to provide for the needs of the individual for whom they are being trained and can cost up to $20,000 depending on the type of disability the person has.
Courageous Companions is a non-profit charitable organization which provides military service men and women, veterans and first responders diagnosed with an operational stress injury to be trained with a service dog. These dogs minimize the individual's functional limitations resulting from their injury.
The Order’s Foundation contributes funding in support of our wounded or fallen military personnel and their immediate families.
2018 Order of St George Gala Dinner
Very big thank-you to the Order of St. George for donating $70,000 to Courageous Companions at their Gala Dinner in Ottawa on 28 April 2018.
In Attendance from Courageous Companions were Chairman and CAF Veteran John Dugas (K9 Bailey), Legal Adviser Terry Green (K9 Reddi), Director of Intake and RCMP Member Constable Julie Letal (K9 Chance), Exec Assistant to Senator Olsen: Barb Leroux (K9 Charlie), Retired Ottawa Firefighter Jason Burd (K9 Blaze), Ottawa Paramedic Rob Mitchell (K9 Ben), CAF Veteran Jon Hamilton (K9 Tula).