Healthy Foundations Equal Healthy Communities

The Foundation model is simple and effective. All donations are pooled and invested. The principle is never touched, allowing the Foundation’s funds to continue to grow in perpetuity. Every year, a portion of the interest earned goes back into the community in the form of grants to local organizations, and scholarships and bursaries to graduatingContinue reading “Healthy Foundations Equal Healthy Communities”

Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship/Bursary Recipients

Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship/Bursary Recipients The Brokenhead River Community Foundation had the pleasure of awarding nine scholarships and bursaries to seven incredibly deserving students this year. A huge congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship and Bursary winners: Rebecca VersluisBRCF Grade 12 Graduating Bursary – $900 Evan DaymondKen Matchizen Memorial Scholarship – $100 Kade BussRobert RondeauContinue reading “Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship/Bursary Recipients”

Association for Community Living 60th Anniversary Event

Association for Community Living60th Anniversary Event We had the pleasure of attending the 60th Anniversary Open House Event with the Association for Community Living (ACL) yesterday, where we celebrated the incredible staff, volunteers and members involved. The Brokenhead River Community Foundation is proud to be a supporter of this incredible organization. ACL provides services andContinue reading “Association for Community Living 60th Anniversary Event”

My “Why” – Zane Hunter

My “Why” – Zane Hunter #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Zane Hunter, Vice President of the BRCF, shares his reasons for volunteering and donating to the Foundation, and speaks about what motivated him to take part in the community foundation movement. “I feelContinue reading “My “Why” – Zane Hunter”

My “Why” – Val Jackson

My “Why” – Val Jackson #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Val Jackson, former BRCF Administrator, shares her reasons for donating, and wanting to be a part of the community foundation movement. “The interest from those donations, way back in 1998, and all thatContinue reading “My “Why” – Val Jackson”

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Did you know that the Brokenhead River Community Foundation has a YouTube Channel? Subscribe and discover how your Foundation is supporting the community today, and forever!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe_J1hDkkok7imClePb4Lfg . . . #brokenheadrivercommunityfoundation#beausejourbrokenhead#brokenheadmb#beausejourmb#brcfoundation#communityfoundation#charity#community#communitysupport#plannedgiving#donations#donate#grants#scholarships#scholarshipopportunities#bursaries#bursaryopportunities#give#brcf#memorial#memorialfund#legacy#granting#communitygrants#supportgrants#supportcommunity#youtube#youtubechannel

My “Why” – Mona Strecker

My “Why” – Mona Strecker #MyWhyWednesday#ThisIsMyWhy Every Wednesday, we will be sharing videos of our amazing volunteers and donors sharing their “why”. Mona Strecker, current BRCF Board Member shares her reasons for donating, and wanting to be a part of the community foundation movement. She also speaks about the different fundraising initiatives she’s been involvedContinue reading “My “Why” – Mona Strecker”