British War Relief Society (U.S.).

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British War Relief Society (U.S.).

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The Canadian (Maple Leaf) Fund was founded in early 1941 as a division of the British War Relief Society of the United States of America. Its mission was to provide funds and supplies to civilians in Europe during World War II. There is evidence that relief was also provided to Canadians, including people in Halifax. The organization ceased operation on 30 September 1945.

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