The Battle of the Classes Challenge Winner is Announced
After a successful first year of competition, and crowning our first Class Champion the Class of 1970, we welcome all classes back to participate again this year. The Battle of the Classes Challenge is now open from 1 August 2020 to 31 December 2020. All donations to the RMC Foundation regardless of their direction will be included in the Class total, even your monthly recurring donations.
Support the RMC Foundation Through Directed Donations to the 2020 United Way Campaign
94% of all funds raised by the RMC Foundation are invested directly into the development of Canada’s Future Leaders – our Officer Cadets of the Royal Military Colleges.
Message from the President – Welcome to the Class of 2024
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge businesses big and small, our mandate to support Canada’s future leaders has not wavered. I am proud of the Foundation team, led by Executive Vice-President Nancy Marr, who in the past three years has doubled the assets of the Foundation. The team continues to execute our business plan with success even in today’s trying social distancing environment. Programs are ongoing, costs have been managed well, the team is communicating despite remote access and we in all aspects are ready to welcome the Class of 2024 and Class of 2025 preparatory and first year cadets to the colleges.
UPDATE – CMR ST-JEAN ENTRY CLASS of 1970 … Entry into the Old Brigade Project
50 Years since Prep Camp, for the CMR Entry Class of 1970, arrives in August 2020. No matter how long you were at CMR St-Jean (with attendance or not at Kingston or Royal Roads), 2020 is the year our Class enters the Old Brigade, although we will be celebrating this event in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To the Class of 2020
To the graduating Class of 2020, today we raise our glass to you for your perseverance in these trying times. We salute you for your grit, now and in the future. We want you to know that your four years might be over with incredible memories behind you, but your life is just about to begin. We are proud of you today, and we will be proud of you tomorrow as you become the future leaders of Canada.
From Ottawa to Antarctica with Love
Paul sent us this picture of them proudly hoisting the RMC flag after a long but adventurous journey. Paul and Sandra traveled some 22,000 km,66 hours by air, plus another 1,600 nautical miles by sea during the round trip.
History and Traditions: A Family Affair
From the Old 18 to the First 32 we have grown outside the conventional walls that once bound us. We have created an atmosphere and a way of life that Officer Cadets and our future leaders of Canada strive towards.
The walls, the architecture, the furniture, the peaks and the valleys all telling the story of how your heritage led you through the Arch, and to your commitment to the Canadian Armed Forces and the phrase: Truth, Duty, Valour.
From Officer Cadet to CEO
Our alumni is diverse. Their skill sets vast. Their leadership training is unmatched. They equate all of these characteristics to the education and training they have received at the Royal Military Colleges.
To the Graduating Class of 2019
From: 18524 Lt(N) Chris Theal, CFA, CIM RMC Foundation President, Class of 1992 It is my distinct pleasure to offer each and every one of you my heartfelt congratulations on the successful completion of your program. It has been a long, tough road and you should be justifiably proud of your accomplishments. As a Graduate […]