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The name Project Courage is symbolic of the courage required by members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans, and Emergency Services Personnel to put our needs ahead of their own. But it also represents the courage to reach out to an organization like Honour House when it’s their turn to lean on someone else for help.

Answering The Call

Inland and Link-Belt’s Project Courage aims to support Honour House Society, a non-profit organization that provides assistance to Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, emergency services personnel, and their families. Honour House Society runs solely on donations and offers essential programs at no cost to beneficiaries. By supporting Honour House Society, Project Courage seeks to empower the brave individuals who dedicate their lives to protecting our communities and country, allowing them to access life-changing programs and support.

How You Can Help

Donate Directly

Honour House Society operates solely on funds raised through donations and fundraising efforts.

When donating, please input “Project Courage” in the Dedication field.

Purchase a Link-Belt Machine

Purchase a new Link-Belt machine, and we will donate $250 directly to Honour House Society.

Tour of Honour

Be sure to catch the Tour of Honour as it rolls through your local Inland location. We’re proud to have donated $10,000 to support this great awareness-building initiative.

The tour will be led by local police, fire, and ambulance teams. The stop at our Inland locations will include a BBQ and other fun activities. Stay tuned to our social media feeds and this page for more information.

April 5Penticton
April 11Cranbrook
April 14Castlegar
April 18Kamloops
April 25Victoria
April 26Nanaimo
April 28Campbell River
May 2Williams Lake
May 3Quesnel
May 4Prince George
May 8Terrace
May 17Whitehorse
May 22Fort St. John
May 27Prince George (CNRE)
June 14Langley

A Home Away From Home

Honour House is a beautifully renovated heritage home with 11 private bedrooms, a large shared kitchen, living room, media room, and sunrooms. It is a “home away from home” for those receiving medical care in Metro Vancouver.

Honour Ranch, situated on 120 acres of rolling hills overlooking the South Thompson River, offers cutting-edge treatment strategies for operational stress injuries, including anxiety, depression, and PTSD.