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The Canadian Naval Memorial Trust (CNMT) is dedicated to the long-term preservation and professional operation of HMCS SACKVILLE, the last corvette and Canada's Naval Memorial, for the benefit of all Canadians.


Please use the form below to submit a donation to the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust. Please check the box beside each method you wish to donate through and then specify the amount you wish to donate.

Support the CNMT by becoming a member or by renewing your membership in one of the following MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES:

Life Trustee (Platinum Level Supporter):
one-time donation of $1000 or more
$
ten consecutive monthly payments of $100 or more
$
Trustee (Gold Level Supporter): annual donation of $75 or more:
$
See below for more information on each category.

And / Or by making a Direct Donation (non-membership status) to a DONATION CATEGORY

Canadian Naval Memorial Preservation Fund: Amount:
$
Canadian Naval Memorial Operating Fund: Amount:
$
Canadian Naval Memorial Endowment Fund – please contact CNMT (Executive Director) for details.

Battle of the Atlantic Place Project:
$
In Memoriam: (please include name, rank and date deceased below)
Name: Rank: Date of Death:
$

Contributions of $10 or greater are tax-deductible as provided by law in Canada.

TOTAL AMOUNT: Membership + Direct Donation:
$
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Charitable #: BN 11883 4720 RR0001

Canadian Naval Memorial Trust (CNMT)

The non-profit CNMT is incorporated under the Societies Act of the Province of Nova Scotia. The Trust’s objectives are to preserve, maintain and operate HMCS SACKVILLE as a WW II corvette in honour of all those who have served in our Naval Service, including those who made the supreme sacrifice, and to recognize the monumental contribution of Canadians to the Allied war effort and the RCN’s significant role in ensuring victory at sea during the Battle of Atlantic.

Membership Categories

Categories & Elements Gold Level
Trustee
Platinum Level
Life Trustee
Annual Donation Amount $75 or more *******
One Time Donation $1000 or more
Charitable Tax Receipt
Ship Photo (suitable for framing)
Onboard Mess Privileges (Fridays)
Voting Privileges
Mailed Copy of Action Stations
(E-Version available online)
CNMT Lapel Pin
CNMT Appreciation Gift

Other enquiries:

HMCS SACKVILLE - Canadian Naval Memorial Trust
PO Box 99000 Station Forces
Halifax, NS B3K 5X5

CNMT Executive Director: Tel: 902-721-1206
HMCS SACKVILLE: Tel: 902-427-2837/721-1206
Membership Committee email: membership@canadasnavalmemorial.ca

Charitable Organization Ref No: BN-11883 4720 RR0001

Location: SACKVILLE RETURNS TO HER SUMMER BERTH on the waterfront adjacent to Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
June 21st 2016

Phone:
Summer - 902 429 2132;
Winter - 902 427 2837 . Please call to inquire about winter location

What’s New

 Ship's Programs and events

AGM 2016  JUNE 29th WEDNESDAY

From the Log of HMCS Sackville - June

"In Peril on the Sea"  Triumph and tragedy - the legacy of the Battle of the Atlantic. - Click Here to See more

Sackville now has internet WiFi access. This has been generously provided by Internetworking Atlantic Inc (IAI)

General

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

CNMT is looking for volunteers to help with a wide variety of tasks.

Contact the Executive Director at execdir@canadasnavalmemorial.ca.You can now see "Crowsnest", the national news magazine of the Royal Canadian Navy, current and past editions under "Do You Hear There?"

The Canadian Naval Review is Canada’s pre-eminent maritime security and defence journal published four times per year

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