When you have finished your poppy or poppies, identify each of them with the following:
- name and city of the person who made the poppy
- name and city of the submitter (could be different from the person who made the poppy, and could be a group or organization)
- optionally include your dedication by using the form on this page, below. We will use your name, your city, and the name of the person who made the poppy to link the actual flower to the dedication. 
Unfortunately we can't accept handwritten dedications - we simply do not have the manpower to read and type in handwritten notes!
Slip everything into an envelope and mail it to:
The Poppy Project
727 McKay Street
New Westminster BC
Canada V3L 4T6

If you live in the Lower Mainland, you may also drop your poppies off at:

Cosy Yarns (2nd floor above the Food Court, top of the escalator)
New Westminster River Market

The River Market is steps away from the New Westminster Skytrain station. If the shop is closed, toss your poppies over the top of the door!
Note that Cosy Yarns also holds regular "poppy-making sessions" at the shop, so you can drop in and make one there! Contact Cosy Yarns here.

We would love to have you dedicate your poppy or poppies!
We want to collect the dedications and publish them somehow, perhaps in a "memory book" to accompany the mounted poppies, or as part of a photo album on this website. Dedications can be up to 50 words long, and can be made to any person or group, of any nationality. They can cover any event, group, or person (deceased or not) relating to any armed conflict that your family or group has had experience of.
Please note that you must make a poppy submission in order to make a dedication. If you are not able to make a poppy yourself, you may have someone else make one for you. We will not accept dedications without at least one accompanying flower. Organizations (ex. Legion branches, service clubs, etc) are welcome to make dedications as long as they provide one or more flowers.