The Calgary Flames Foundation will be running a multiple day 50/50 draw over two days, November 4th through November 5th, 2022. The Calgary Flames will host their Remembrance Day Ceremony on Saturday, November 5th before they face off with the New Jersey Devils at home in the Scotiabank Saddledome.

All proceeds from the Calgary Flames Foundation 50/50 presented by RE/MAX will be directed to Homes For Heroes, the Veterans Association Food Bank, and Support Our Troops in honour of Remembrance Day. 50/50 ticket sales will grow over two days, available from 9:00 AM MT on November 4th until 11:00 PM MT on November 5th. Purchase your tickets here for a chance to win and support Canadian Veterans this Remembrance Day.

About Homes For Heroes:

The Homes For Heroes Foundation was developed in response to the growing number of military veterans who are facing crisis as they return to civilian life and find themselves on the path to homelessness. As many as 5,000 veterans are homeless and living on the streets in Canada. These veterans put their lives on the line to protect our freedoms and now they need, and deserve, our support. With your help Homes For Heroes will provide them with housing along with the resources, services and training that will enable them to successfully transition back into civilian life. Together, we can end homelessness among Canada’s Veterans.

About the Veterans Association Food Bank:

At the Veterans Association Food Bank, Veterans have found a sense of purpose and support that has helped change lives. The Veterans Association Food Bank provides food, social opportunities for veterans, and proactive programs for the prevention of homelessness, and suicide intervention. A variety of programs help enrich the lives of veterans and offer them hope for the future. Through the support of the community, the Veterans Association Food Bank has been able to provide food and support to over 495 veterans and veteran families since opening in 2018.

About Support Our Troops :

Established in 2007, Support Our Troops meets the unique needs and special challenges faced by members of the Canadian Armed Forces community as a result of military service. It operates within Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services. This includes providing financial assistance to promote family resiliency and supporting veterans and serving members who may have an illness or injury through a variety of grants and programs. In 2022, $240,000 was distributed through 98 scholarships to military family members through the Support Our Troops National Scholarship Program.