This is my “why” – Ron Jackson

This is my “why” – Ron Jackson #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Ron Jackson, Former BRCF Board Member and President shares some history behind the Foundation and it’s beginnings, along with his reasons for wanting to be a part of the community foundationContinue reading “This is my “why” – Ron Jackson”

My “Why” – Shaunda Rossington

My “Why” – Shaunda Rossington #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Shaunda Rossington, Former BRCF Board Member shares her experience working with various community organizations, and how they benefited from receiving grants from The Brokenhead River Community Foundation. “I look back on all theContinue reading “My “Why” – Shaunda Rossington”

My “Why” – Leone Rondeau

My “Why” – Leone Rondeau #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Leone Rondeau, BRCF Board Member shares the story behind the establishment of the Robert Rondeau Memorial Curling Scholarship Fund, and how it inspired her to become a BRCF Board Member. “When my husbandContinue reading “My “Why” – Leone Rondeau”

This is my “why” – Shirley Cherrey

My “Why” – Shirley Cherrey Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Shirley Cherrey, BRCF Board Member, shares her story. “Thinking of the future has helped me to see the benefit of leaving a legacy through the establishment of the Cherrey Family Trust. I can enjoyContinue reading “This is my “why” – Shirley Cherrey”

A Message from a BRCF Scholarship Recipient

A Message from a BRCF Scholarship Recipient “To be able to just put my attention towards my grades, I think is a huge luxury. So being provided with this luxury, I’d like to give a big thank you to the Brokenhead River Community Foundation for helping me get this far in my studies.” Adhiraj wasContinue reading “A Message from a BRCF Scholarship Recipient”