Tag Archives: Poppy Campaign

Pick Up Your 2019 Poppy At Facebook

For employees of Facebook, you can also pick up a poppies at both the Menlo Park and San Francisco offices.

Facebook – Menlo Park Facebook – San Francisco

For Facebook in Menlo Park, poppies can be found at MPK 21.8 Lobby, MPK 10 Lobby, and SAF 181 28th Floor.  If you need help locating these, ping Mike Beltzner or Amber Choo on Work Chat.  For Facebook in San Francisco, ping Kevin Huang on Work Chat.

Pick Up Your 2019 Poppy From California Curling Supplies

For folks that are involved in the curling community in the Bay Area, keep an eye out for Jay Diamond of California Curling Supplies at your next event.

Jay is distributing poppies on behalf of the Royal Canadian Legion, US Branch #25.

Jay announcing the availability of poppies
at a Halloween themed event on 29 October.

Pick Up Your 2019 Poppy At The Canadian Studies Program At UC Berkeley

The Canadian Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley is pleased to participate in the Royal Canadian Legion Branch, US Zone, Branch #25 Annual Poppy Campaign. Poppies are available on the UC Berkeley campus from Canadian Studies, housed within the Institute of International Studies, in Moses Hall. The building is open to the public from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday to Friday.

Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-2308 USA

canada@berkeley.edu
Canada.berkeley.edu
+1-510-642-0531

MYPOPPY.CA

An item from Dominion Command.


Good afternoon, this Remembrance Day, honour veterans by dedicating a Poppy in memory of their name at mypoppy.ca

Thank you,

Bonjour, en ce jour du Souvenir, rendons hommage à un vétéran en lui dédiant un coquelicot commémoratif personnel sur moncoquelicot.ca

Merci,

Freeman D. Chute, MMM, CD
Senior Program Officer/Agent principal de programme


The Royal Canadian Legion – National Headquarters
Le siège de La Légion royale canadienne
86 Aird Place, Ottawa, K2L 0A1
T: 613-591-3335 ext 304
Toll free: 1-888-556-6222 

legion.ca

Pick Up Your 2019 Poppy At Augie’s Montreal Smoke Meat

From Augie’s Montreal Smoke Meat

Come down and get a poppy for your lapel to honor veterans during the lead up to Remembrance Day (aka Veterans Day in the States). All donations go to the local chapter of the Canadian legion.

875 Potter St.
Berkeley, CA

Merci!!!

#meetmeataugies#rememberanceday#veterans , #poppy#thankyouforyourservice

Visit them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/augiessmokemeat/

Pick Up Your 2019 Poppy From The Canadian Consulate in San Francisco

From the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco

Today marks the first official day of the 2019 poppy campaign.  For folks in the Bay Area, the Canadian Consulate in San Francisco has poppies available.  They are located at:

580 California Street, 14th Floor, Suite 1400
San Francisco, CA

Be sure to stop by and pick up your poppy.

2019 digital poppy also unveiled during ceremonial launch of National Poppy Campaign / L’édition 2019 du coquelicot numérique aussi dévoilé lors du lancement de la Campagne nationale du coquelicot

During the presentation at Rideau Hall, the 2019 digital poppy was unveiled, the second year for this virtual option.

People who donate online will receive a digital poppy that can include the name of a Veteran being honoured, and can be shared on social media. People are invited to visit mypoppy.ca starting on October 25. This year, the online initiative is supported by HomeEquity Bank. Canadians living abroad and donors around the world can also take part in the 2019 campaign.

As the national symbol of Remembrance, the red poppy reflects the ongoing gratitude we have for our Fallen Veterans, including military and RCMP Veterans.

Funds raised during the National Poppy Campaign are distributed across Canada to help support Veterans and their families, communities, and to promote Remembrance.

 

Lors de la présentation qui s’est tenue à Rideau Hall, il y eu aussi le dévoilement du coquelicot numérique 2019, soit cette option virtuelle, qui en est à sa deuxième année.

Les personnes qui font un don en ligne recevront un coquelicot numérique qui peut inclure le nom d’un vétéran à commémorer ou à reconnaître, et être diffusé sur les médias sociaux. Les gens sont invités à visiter mypoppy.ca/fr à compter du 25 octobre.

Cette année, l’initiative en ligne est parrainée par Home Equity Bank. Les Canadiens vivant à l’étranger et les donateurs de partout dans le monde peuvent donc également prendre part à la campagne 2019.

En tant que symbole national du Souvenir, le coquelicot rouge reflète la gratitude que nous continuons d’exprimer à nos vétérans tombés, y compris les vétérans militaires et de la GRC.

Les fonds recueillis lors la Campagne nationale du coquelicot sont distribués à travers le Canada pour venir en aide aux vétérans et à leurs familles, ainsi qu’aux communautés, et pour promouvoir le Souvenir.