9010-3 Cadet Support to Charities and Fundraising

Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers Group Order (CJCR Gp O)

1. Identification

Date of Issue: 2022-11-04

Date of Verification: 2024-02-28

Application: This is an order that applies to members of the Canadian Armed Forces and a directive that applies to Civilian Instructors and employees of the Department of National Defence employed with the Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers Group, and cadets in the Sea, Army, and Air Cadet Programs.

Supersession: N/A

Approval Authority: This order is issued under the authority of the Commander Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers Group.

Office of Primary Interest (OPI): Deputy Chief of Staff Strategic Capabilities

Enquiries: Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers Headquarters Strategic Initiatives Manager

2. Abbreviations​​

Abbreviation Complete Word or Phrase
CAF Canadian Armed Forces
CATO Cadet Administrative and Training Orders
CO Commanding Officer
COATS Cadet Organizations Administrative and Training Service
Comd Commander
CJCR Gp Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers Group
RCSU Regional Cadet Support Unit

3. Definitions

Charitable Organization
A charity or charitable organization is any group which is organized for the purposes of bettering society and communities and/or members of those communities. They may be incorporated or unincorporated and have charitable status in accordance with the Income Tax Act, or not. For the purpose of this policy, the Cadet Leagues are considered charitable organizations.
A person who donates something of value to a person or an organization.
Local Committees
All three Cadet Leagues maintain local committees at the corps/squadron level. Local Committees are also known as Branches, Support Committees and Sponsoring Committees.
Service Clubs
A service club is a voluntary non-profit organization that is organized to carry out service and charitable works, often in support of the welfare of the local community, as well as provide various services for its members. Examples of such clubs include the Royal Canadian Legion, Lions International, Kiwanis International, Kin Canada, and Rotary International, amongst others.

4. Policy




6. COATS Members Responsibilities

Wearing of Uniforms

7. Safety and Security

8. Publication

Frequency of Publication

Errors/Omissions or Suggestions

9. References

Source References

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