All proceeds from sales of the print and e-version of “Afghanistan: A Canadian Story” will go to the RCEME Corps Fund for distribution to various charitable entities and benevolent projects that support the still serving and retired men and women (and their families) of the Canadian Armed Forces.
The new RCEME Corps Fund was established on 1 Jan 2016 in order to gather the entire family within one construct in the place of the previous Branch/Corps Fund, the EME Association, the RCEME Association (including its Light Aid Detachments) and the RCEME Association (Western Canada).
Apply for a Bursary
Only members of the RCEME Corps Fund may apply for a Bursary. Click here to apply (coming soon). The Bursary Marking Guide can be seen here.
The intent of these two benefits is to provide a loan and/or grant to members who are in financial distress and/or who experience personal hardship. The Benevolent Loan, which would normally not exceed $5000, will be offered interest-free, with repayment terms to be determined by the Administrative Committee, but would normally be repaid within a maximum of five years from the date of the disbursement of the funds, whereas the Hardship Grant, which would normally not exceed $1000, is not required to be repaid. To apply for a Benevolent Loan and/or Hardship Grant, either for yourself or on behalf of another member, please download this form and submit it as follows:
- Serving Members – through the member´s chain of command to the Corps Adjutant
- Retired Members – directly to the Corps Adjutant