“Our Canadian military heroes, both past and present, bear the darkness of war within them. They have borne witness to horrendous events that affect the core of their being. Within Canada, there are many organizations that reach out to our veterans and soldiers to support and pay tribute so that Canadians remember their sacrifice of service to our country.”
Donated money has been collected from the sale of books, book marks, poppy t-shirts and chocolate poppies; singing engagements and school presentations. These funds have been redistributed to support the following initiatives:
- The National Field of Honour/ Last Post Fund 2015-2022
- Building of one Home for Homeless Veterans located in London Ontario – Homes for Heroes Foundation 2017-2022
- The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund 2011 – 2022
- Lethbridge, Alberta “Lethbridge Salute our Veterans’ Project” (Veteran banners) 2022
- Newmarket Veterans’ Association 2021
- Lethbridge, Alberta Bronze Artillery Statue 2019
- Windsor Historical Society 2019
- Canada Company MET Program 2014-2016
- Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Heritage Initiative (LCol John McCrae Statue) May 2015
- Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services 2015
- The Military Family Resource Centre 2014
- The Juno Beach Centre (20 plaques honouring each veteran in my first book) 2014
- Canada Company Scholarship Program 2013
- 15th Battalion World War 1 monument (Placed on Hill 70 in France) September 22nd, 2012
- Ottawa Homeless Veterans
- Air Cadets
The National Field of Honour Letter
Jean Miso Performs her composition “We’ll Never Forget” at the National Field of Honor, June 2, 2019 | Jean Miso interprets his composition “We’ll Never Forget” at the National Field of Honor June 2, 2019.
Generous Donation from an Exemplary Ambassador for Veterans
The Last Post Fund is MOST grateful to Ms. Jean Miso for her generous Most recent donation in the amount of $ 2,000 directed to the National Field of Honor in Pointe-Claire, Quebec.
Renowned author and highly Accomplished singer Jean Miso has-been a long-time supporter of Veterans and Canadian Forces members of the as well as a friend to the Last Post Fund.
Jean HAS authored five books about Canada’s military: In Their Words (2018), Legacy and Tradition (2016) Vimy! Valor! Victory! (2016) Their Duty, Our Pride (2012), and We’ll Never Forget (2010). Her composition “We’ll Never Forget / Never forget” is the theme song featured at the Juno Beach Center in Normandy, France.
Jean’s beautiful singing and sign language pairing-have added Significantly to the poignancy of the Last Post Fund National Field of Honor’s ceremony That takes up Annually in early June at the cemetery in Pointe-Claire, QC.
The Last Post Fund extends our heartfelt thanks to Jean Miso for her outstanding talent and continued generosity.
To see more of John Miso’s work, please visit her website: www.jeanmiso.ca
Click on the picture below to watch Jean Miso perform her composition “We’ll Never Forget / Never forget” at Canada`s official D-Day 70th anniversary ceremony in France, in 2014.
(Yes, that is the Prince of Wales we see sitting behind her with the Duchess of Cornwall)!
Don generous an exemplary ambassador for Veterans
The Last Post Fund is very grateful to Ms. Jean Miso for their generous donation of $ 2 000 designated National Field of Honor in Pointe-Claire, Quebec.
Author and renowned singer, Jean Miso is a longtime supporter of Veterans and members of the Canadian Forces and a friend Post Fund.
John is the author of five books on the Canadian military: In Their Words (2018), Legacy and Tradition (2016) Vimy! Valor! Victory! (2016) Their Duty, Our Pride (2012) and We’ll Never Forget (2010). Its composition “We’ll Never Forget / Never forget” is the theme song of the Juno Beach Center in Normandy, France.
The harmonious agreement between singing and sign language adds considerably to the poignancy of the Last Post Fund National Field of Honor ceremony held each year in early June in Pointe-Claire, QC.
The Last Post Fund warmly thank Jean Miso for his exceptional talents and continued generosity.
To learn more about the work of Ms. Jean Miso, please visit their website: www.jeanmiso.ca
Click on the image below to listen Jean Miso interpret his composition “We’ll Never Forget / Never forget” when the Canadian ceremony of the 70th anniversary of D-Day in France.
(Yes, the Prince of Wales is seen sitting behind her, with the Duchess of Cornailles)!