Wall of Honour

We would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their generous support of time and financial resources.

To donate, please send a cheque payable to the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society. Please clearly state on your cheque that all funds to be earmarked: *100% Fred Lee Memorial Fund.

Chinese Canadian Military Museum

555 Columbia Street (2nd floor)

Vancouver, BC, V6A 4H5

*All donations go 100% to the Fred Lee Memorial Fund as administered by the registered Canadian Charity, The Chinese Canadian Military Museum.

Honour Wall of 300

With a donation of $100 or higher, the following individuals are recognized in the Honour Wall of 300. This distinction is to recognize Fred Lee and the 300 or so Canadians of Chinese descent, who volunteered to fight in WWI.

The Rocky Mountain Rangers (RMR) 1,000

With a donation of between $5 to $99, the following individuals are recognized as a RMR 1,000 donor.

This recognition symbolizes the more than 1,000 men from the town of Kamloops and the Chilcotin / Cariboo region of BC who volunteered to join the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF). They became the Rocky Mountain Ranger.

Fred Lee was one of these volunteers, a Chinese among a diversity of men from all walks of life. Many Rocky Mountain Rangers fought with Fred Lee at Vimy Ridge and Hill 70, and they all contributed to the emergence of Canada. The Canadian Expeditionary Force became known as "shock troops" and "storm troopers".

Join our Volunteer Army

The entire team for the Finding Fred Lee project is made up of volunteers. Join us today!