In 2015, Valour Place partnered with U.S.-based Rosland Capital, a leading name in the US precious metals industry, and the Fisher House Foundation to create a custom designed coin by the Royal Canadian Mint.
The unique, raised heart — technically called a privy mark, or mint mark — on this limited-edition coin symbolizes what Valour Place and Fisher House Foundation provide: comfort and care in the form of free accommodations for military and veterans’ families while their loved one is receiving hospital treatment.
With a legal tender with a face value of $5, the coin was sold exclusively by Rosland Capital, which donated 50 cents of every sale to Valour Place and 50 cents to Fisher House Foundation.
“We're proud to have so many veterans among the Rosland family [of customers], so we're delighted to be able to support organizations that do so much to help military and veterans' families," said Marin Aleksov, chief executive officer of Rosland Capital.
Rosland Capital is a leading precious metal firm based in Los Angeles, California, that sells popular forms of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and other precious metals.