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Regimental Trust

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Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada

Most recently completed projects include:

  • Providing "Old Guard" Regimental Coins to RHFC veterans who served prior to the Regiment’s current practice of issuing challenge coins to serving members, as a means of reconnecting with these important elements of our history; and
  • Bringing Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) Monuments to Cambridge and Kitchener to commemorate the service of Waterloo Region&'s newest veterans – part of the 40,000 young Canadians that served in Afghanistan and the 159 who died during Canada&'s 12-year commitment there.

As well, we’re excited to announce our latest project, the publishing of the early history of our Regiment. "Defence not Defiance: The Militia of Waterloo County, 1812-1914", authored by Maj(Ret) Len Curchin, Professor Emeritus at the University of Waterloo and a Regimental alumnus. The book will be available this year and is the first volume in a detailed history of the RHFC and its predecessor regiments.

Find Us

Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Regimental Association
1 Valour Place, Cambridge, ON, Canada

​​We Hope You Consider The Trust

​Donations will receive an official receipt for income tax purposes. To make a secure credit card contribution on-line please find the donation form below. Alternatively, you can send a cheque made out to the RHFC Regimental Trust to:

RHFC Regimental Trust
PO Box 22011
658 Erb St. W.,
Waterloo, ON
N2T 0A2

The Regimental Trust of the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada (RHFC) is a charitable
organization dedicated to supporting RHFC soldiers. Tax receipts are provided for all charitable donations.

  • Contributions from friends like you, including current and former unit soldiers, directly support our ongoing Trust Support Programmes including:
  • Providing interest free loans to service members to help them through difficult times until they are financially secure;
  • Funding educational bursaries that assist deserving unit soldiers in furthering their education;
  • Equipping the Regimental Pipes and Drums – enabling them to participate in local community parades and events – including the Oktoberfest and Remembrance Day parades;
  • Fostering confidence, teamwork, self-worth, and self-discipline in our youth, by forming and supporting a pipe band school for Cambridge and K-W cadets;
  • Supporting the development of museum display cases to showcase our historical artifacts throughout our armouries; and
  • Supporting our belief that reserve soldiers need to improve their opportunities in establishing a stable, civilian career outside the Canadian Armed Forces.​

Regimental Association Member Links

LAV III Monument

Support for the Regimental Trust helped bring a Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) Monuments to Cambridge and Kitchener, commemorating the service of Waterloo Region's Afghanistan Veterans.

Trust Charitable Donation

Col. Rainville CD

Honorary Colonel 
Jane W. Klugman, MBA, ICD.D