Boeing to support Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025

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In support of wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women worldwide, Boeing has announced a substantial multi-year commitment to the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025.

This pledge extends not only to sponsoring the inaugural Invictus winter hybrid games but also to investing in the Invictus Games Foundation, the charitable organization overseeing the delivery of the Games.

The initiative and its Foundation have a profound impact on the global community of veterans and their families.

Upholding a Legacy of Service

Boeing’s dedication to supporting current and former servicemembers is explained by spokesperson Cheri Carter, and furthers the aircraft manufacturer’s track record of sponsorship initiatives.

As Cheri Carter, the vice-president of Boeing Global Engagement, aptly puts it, servicemen and women are not just individuals; they are an indispensable part of Boeing’s identity.

This commitment to support and sponsorship is about empowering these heroes and their families in their journey towards physical and mental recovery.


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2025 Invictus Games

The 2025 Games will take place February 8 to 16, 2025, and will include winter sports — including alpine skiing, snowboarding, biathlon, Nordic skiing, skeleton and wheelchair curling.

The diverse array of winter sports will augment the core Invictus Games sports of indoor rowing, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball.

By investing in the Invictus Games Foundation, Boeing ensures that the resources and programs for mental health and physical recovery remain accessible year-round, transcending the boundaries of the Games themselves.

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Beyond Borders: A Global Impact

“We are thrilled to have Boeing join the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 as our Global Presenting Partner, alongside our domestic Presenting Partner ATCO,” said Scott Moore, CEO, the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025.

“Boeing has a long history of supporting Veterans as well as the Invictus movement, and we are excited to work with them to deliver the best Invictus Games ever and to support current and former servicemen and women, and their families, in Canada and abroad.”

Boeing’s partnership with the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 continues its commitment to veterans and their families.

With a track record of sponsorship spanning multiple Invictus Games editions, including Sydney 2018 and The Hague 2020, Boeing’s involvement extends far beyond corporate philanthropy.

It’s a testament to their enduring support for the Invictus movement and the global community of veterans.


Boeing’s contribution of over $12.3 million in 2023 towards veterans’ workforce transition, recovery, and rehabilitation programs is a testament to its proactive stance in supporting those who have served their countries.

In Canada, partnerships with organizations like Veterans’ House and True Patriot Love exemplify Boeing’s commitment to making a meaningful difference in the lives of Canadian Armed Forces veterans and their families.

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