Coin World’s Jeff Starck published a new Insight yesterday, discussing Rosland Capital’s new Maple Leaf $5 coin benefiting Fisher House Foundation and Valour Place. The coin was designed by the Royal Canadian Mint and will support wounded warriors and their families. Rosland Capital is donating $1 for the sale of each coin. Rosland Capital has also made an additional $25,000 donation to Fisher House.
“Officials of Rosland Capital and the Royal Canadian Mint announced Oct. 13 a limited edition coin to benefit the American organization Fisher House Foundation, and Canada’s Valour Place. Both agencies provide free accommodation for American and Canadian military and veterans’ families while their loved ones are receiving hospital treatment. ”
“The 2015 .9999 fine silver 1-ounce coin features a heart-shaped privy mark, representing the heart at the center of the Fisher House logo.”
Read more about the coin from Jeff Starck:
Rosland Capital, RCM issue privy mark Maple Leaf $5 for charity
The Royal Canadian Mint has produced a custom designed coin for Rosland Capital, who is working with the Fisher House Foundation and Valour Place to raise money for veterans.
Rosland Capital is selling a Maple Leaf Silver Coin featuring a raised heart. Rosland will donate $1 for each coin sold, which is under limited mintage. Proceeds will be split by the Fisher House and Valour Place. Additionally, Rosland has donated $25,000 to Fisher House Foundation.
Fisher House provides comfort homes where military and veterans families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment. Fisher House also has a Hero Miles Program, where people ca donate frequent flyer miles to bring family members closer to injured service members. Valour Place is a temporary residential home for injured Canadian soldiers, veterans and first responders.
“We’re proud to have so many veterans among the Rosland family [of customers] so we’re delighted to be able to support an organization that does so much to help military and veterans’ families,” said Marin Aleksov.