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Regimental Trust

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

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

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.

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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.​

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