Carpenters’ rep continues his trek raising funds for Renos for Heroes

September 24, 2021

PHOTO SUBMITTED — From left to right, Durval Terceira, co-ordinator of Carpenters’ Local 1030, and business representatives John Carvalho and David Aguiar prepare for the annual Renos for Heroes walk. Come rain or shine, Durval Terceira will walk to raise money for the Renos for Heroes program Sept. 25. The co-ordinator of the Carpenters’ Local…

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Board of Directors Announcement

July 4, 2021

As the Founder of Renos For Heroes Veteran Support Centre (RFH), Jim Caruk remains passionate and committed to our soldiers and their families and honoring their personal sacrifices. However, with effect on June 30th, 2021, Jim has confirmed that he is taking a step back from board responsibilities at his charity. Jim intends to use…

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Save the date: 2019 Gala

October 22, 2019

Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 Universal EventSpace, 6250 Hwy7, Vaughan, ON L4H 4G3 More details to come.

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Two Gold Medals for Retd MCpl Mike Trauner at the Invictus Games

October 3, 2017

Renos for Heroes would like to congratulate Retired Master Corporal Mike Trauner (Renos for Heroes beneficiary) on his two gold medals won at the 2017 Invictus Games. Mike’s gold medals were won in the four-minute indoor rowing and one-minute sprint competitions. Congratulations to Mike as well as his wife, Leah, who has been cheering him…

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Carpenter walks for Renos for Heroes

September 25, 2015

The sight of seeing a soldier missing his arms and legs was enough to make Durval Terceira want to lend a hand, and in this case, his legs as well. “I saw this soldier at St. John’s Rehabilitation with no legs, no arm, and thought how nice it would be to do a little walk…

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CTV – Organization helps renovate homes for Canadian veterans

April 28, 2015

Contractors and electricians form a renovation squad making sure wounded soldiers have a place to call their own. Scott Laurie reports. View Coverage

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Renos for Heroes helps injured vets carry on at home

March 20, 2015

Cpl. Chris Klodt’s life changed forever in a moment back in 2006. While serving with Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry in Afghanistan, his patrol was ambushed and Klodt was shot in the neck. The wound left the soldier a quadriplegic, without the use of his legs and limited upper body movement. View Coverage

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