Donate on line
When you click the button below, you will be taken to Canada Helps – an organization that processes donations for organizations such as the 48th Highlanders Trust. On the Canada Helps site you can make a secure credit card donation in support of all of the objectives of the Trust or just one of them. Please specify what your donation is for. Under “Fund” select “Specified funds: 15th Battalion CEF Project.”
You can also designate your donation to be in memory of or in honour of someone. Your tax receipt will be issued by Canada Helps immediately.
Help us tell their story
As a result of the increasing visibility of this website, more and more relatives of men who served in the 15th Battalion have contacted us seeking information about their relatives and to share their artifacts – photographs, letters, diaries, postcards, medals, etc. Faces have been given to individuals that were only names on lists, nominal rolls or headstones; the details of wartime events have become clearer from first-hand accounts and descriptions uncovered in letters and diaries; and relatives in return have discovered more information about their relatives, many of whose stories and identity had become lost to the tides of time.
As these materials are received they are analyzed, cross referenced, catalogued and organized into the Project’s photographic and documentary archives for ongoing Project research; provision of support to the media and/or organizations working on Great War commemorative events and projects; uploading to on-line Virtual Memorial files; copying for the archives of The Regimental museum; uploading to this website and sharing with academics, researchers and family members requesting information.
Do you or possibly someone you know have any period photographs, letters, diaries or documents connected to someone who served in the 15th Battalion CEF (also the 92nd or 134th Battalions) during World War I? If so, and you are willing to share them with the Project, please contact us using the button below.