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The Order of St. John - Priory of USA
Outstanding Macromedia Flash Site providing a great deal of information on our history and goals as an International Organization. A very pleasant visit.
The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
Welcome to the website of the Order of St. John. One of five mutually recognized orders of St. John, it is an order of the British crown. Reaffirmed in Britain in the mid-19th century, the Order traces its origins back 900 years to the Knights Hospitaller from whom St. John today derives its inspiration and maxims - for the Faith and in the service of Mankind. Today, the Order of St. John is an international body with some 30,000 members worldwide. The Order encompasses the foundations of the St. John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem and St. John Ambulance.
St. John Ambulance - United Kingdom
We are the UK's leading First Aid, transport and care charity. Our volunteers treat over 130,000 casualties a year, providing First Aid and medical support services. We also provide a vast range of care services, as well as a development programme devised especially for children and young adults.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award - Ontario Division
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award was conceived by H.R.H. The Prince Philip in 1956. The Programme was first introduced in Canada in 1963, and has seen over 300,000 young people participate in the Award Programme.
The Award is known as The International Award for Young People, and operates in over 100 countries with over four million participants to date, including some 25,000 young Canadians who are engaged in the program. The Duke of Edinburgh's Award fosters self-discipline, enterprise and perseverance in all young people, including young offenders, aboriginal youth, special needs youth. The Award involves comprehensive individual development, self-training and personal achievement, and is based upon individual effort and improvement, taking into account the participant's initial capabilities.

Any young person between the ages of 14 and 25 can participate in the Award Programme.

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