TORONTO, Nov. 11, 2016 /CNW/ - This Remembrance Day, Sunwing will proudly honour the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country by donating all funds raised on board the airline as part of its spare change program to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy campaign. Flight attendants will have envelopes available onboard for those who would like to make a contribution. In addition, the travel company will match the total amount raised with a donation of its own of the same value. 100% of all funds collected on the day will be given to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy campaign. Normally the airline's spare change program raises funds for the Sunwing Foundation (a charitable initiative established by the Hunter family to support youth development projects in destinations served by the travel company). Last year the Foundation completed its first major project, the building of an elementary school in Jamaica. The donations raised on November 11th will support the Royal Canadian Legion in maintaining and improving services, as well as providing financial assistance to Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, or their family members who are in financial distress. About Sunwing Foundation A charitable initiative established by the Hunter family, the Sunwing Foundation reflects the Sunwing Travel Group's enduring commitment to the support and development of youth in the communities where it operates in the form of project funding or the transport of humanitarian aid. The Sunwing Foundation takes no administration fees and passes on 100% of the charitable donations it raises through the airline's spare change program to the communities that need it the most, funding educational and skills development projects to provide a direct, impactful, and sustainable improvement to quality of life for years to come.