NWORA Community Memorials Programme:

As the exact location and shape of the physical Wall of Remembrance is being finalized with the City of Kingston with the aim of being completed within the next year or so, the NWORA Board of Directors has decided that a good portion of surplus funds to the initial construction as well as additional funds collected in the future will be applied to a secondary objective which complements our primary objective of commemorating our fallen heroes with both the physical memorial in Kingston and the virtual wall on line at www.canadianfallen.ca

As such, we have decided to provide financial support to assist communities to either repair / refurbish their local community memorials or build them if they do not already exist, somewhat similar to the programme that Veterans Affairs Canada already has in effect and which, in eligible projects, may be used in combination.

The procedures for applying for financial support and the specifics of the funding amounts which might be made available to any community requesting funds as part of the Community Memorial Programme with NWORA are as outlined below:
  • Applications for 2021 will be due by 1 April 2021 and must be received by Bruce Ewing at ewing123456789@sympatico.ca or by mail at 53 Chartwell Crescent, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 6P2.
  • Applications should be in the form of a letter with supporting documentation and must specify if the application is for a new memorial or restoration of an old memorial and a detailed explanation of the project being considered including estimated costs.
  • Supported projects will be confirmed by letter from NWORA and will outline how much funding NWORA will provide to the applicable community programme organizers upon completion of the project.  
Note 1.  The agreed to funding will be provided from NWORA via cheque only upon the final completion of the project by the applicable community and subsequent to receipt of a copy of the appropriate invoices confirming completion of the applicable community project.  
Note 2.  NWORA will only work with the applicable community memorial programme organizers who initiate any application and not any third parties, and will issue final funding to same community organizers.
Note 3.  The NWORA Community Memorials Programme can be used in conjunction with the somewhat similar Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) Programme but is an entirely separate programme.
Any queries should be addressed to Bruce Ewing at ewing123456789@sympatico.ca