The Military Police Fund for Blind Children (MPFBC) was founded in 1957 and specializes in assisting visually impaired children up to the age of 21.
The fund is operated entirely by Military Police volunteers and has no paid employees. Every Canadian Forces establishment has a local representative and there are regional representatives on the Board of Directors. All funds raised are used to benefit visually impaired children. All Military Police and our partners are extremely proud of the Fund. The Board of Directors has been especially gratified with the success of the Fund. We define success by the money raised by our hard-working volunteers, and most importantly, by the number of disbursements to visually impaired children.
“On behalf of the Military Police Fund for Blind Children (MPFBC), the Board and I would like to welcome you to our new and improved website.
Whether you are part of the Military Police Branch, a corporate partner, or a member of the community, your time, effort, dedication and donations are greatly appreciated and contribute enormously to the support we are able to provide to visually impaired children across the country.
In addition to the launch of this new website, the MPFBC is improving its presence on social media and entering a new phase where we will have greater visibility with a greater possibility to interact with the community.
We look forward to continuing to work with you to make a real difference in the lives of these children, as it is only through your generosity, dedication, and hard work that the vision of the fund’s founder, Colonel Stone, will endure.”