The Rolling Barrage 2018

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06
August 2018
09:00 AM MDT
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22
August 2018
08:00 PM MDT

About Our Auction

THANK YOU for taking the opportunity to bid on any of the items you are interested in and to help make The Rolling Barrage 2018 as successful as possible.

The funds from this auction will be used to support Veterans, currently serving soldiers, law enforcement officers and 1st Responders plus two Military Minds Inc. programs. These programs are designed to reintegrate and reconnect Veterans/1st Responders to their spouses/partners and families through various techniques and teachings. The programs are designed to keep them and their families together.


About The Rolling Barrage - Military Minds Inc.

Military Minds Inc. is a leading global organization made of 100% volunteers, that offer peer support for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in soldiers, veterans, law enforcement and first responders. We are dedicated to fighting the stigma associated with PTSD. Our team provides peer-support to soldiers, veterans, law enforcement and first responders living with PTSD and assists them with finding appropriate resources in their area. We encourage those soldiers, veterans, law enforcement and first responders suffering in silence to come forward and to recognize that they are not alone. We welcome family members of currently serving members and veterans, law enforcement officers, first responders, and civilians - as we recognize that PTSD knows no boundaries.

Military Minds Inc. is hosting a cross Canada fundraising and PTSD awareness motorcycle event from August 6th to 22th, 2018. This event is called “The Rolling Barrage 2018” and pays homage to the artillery barrage used during the 1917 Vimy Ridge battle, which celebrated its 100th Anniversary last year.

100% of funds raised go towards helping Military Minds Inc. achieve our mission of helping maintain the peer based support network that enables at risk people to receive the care and attention they need. To help increase awareness of PTSD among the general public and mental health community and fund formal programs towards treatment options.

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