A fund to support veterans with high priority needs
About the fund
The Walter Harris Callow Foundation was established to honour the legacy of Walter Callow, a humanitarian and veteran of the First world War who invented the first wheelchair bus in Canada to serve the needs of veterans confined to Camp Hill Hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia. For more than 70 years, Callow Wheelchair Buses provided service to veterans and others with mobility challenges. Today the Foundation continues to support veterans, military, RCMP and their families by directing proceeds to the Foundation to their highest priority needs.
To further Walter Callow’s legacy to support veterans, military, RCMP and their families in becoming engaged citizens in our society.
Apply for funding
If you are interested in applying for funding from the Foundation, please click on the link below.
For more information visit Walter Harris Callow.
Donate to this fund
If you would like to donate to this fund, donations of up to $500 can be made by clicking on the button below to go to the CanadaHelps donation page.
For donations over $500, please contact the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia office at firstname.lastname@example.org.