Gifts to our Endowment Fund are permanently invested, and a portion of the income earned is distributed back to the community in the form of grants to registered charities.
An all-purpose fund whose proceeds are used to support local charities and non-profit groups, as well as scholarships and bursaries for graduates living in the Ecole Edward Schreyer School catchment area. Click here to learn more.
Beausejour Hospital and East Gate Lodge Fund
The Beausejour Hospital and East Gate Lodge Fund was established by the Beausejour Hospital when they joined North Eastern Health Association (NEHA) in 2001. The funds had been gifted to the hospital over a period of time from local residents. The idea was to set up a fund to support health care in our community – forever! Click here to learn more.
Cherrey Family Trust Fund
Supporting the Town of Beausejour with projects or programs by non-profit groups in the following areas of interest:
Sports – hockey, curling, and figure skating
Public Spaces – playgrounds and swimming pool
Phyiscal Activity – walking trails and parks
Click here to learn more about the Cherrey Family Trust Fund.
Canadian Power Toboggan Championship Community Fund
The CPTC Community Fund was established in 2021 as a way for the organization to give back to the community by donating a portion of the proceeds from their annual events back into the community. Click here to learn more.
Elizabeth Schreyer Archive Fund
Created by Edward Schreyer to assist in the preservation of the information from his time as Premier of Manitoba and Governor General of Canada
Sports and Community
- Edward Schreyer School Boys Basketball Program
Created by a local family in their son’s memory to support his favourite school sport.
- 2006 Winter Games Legacy Fund
Proceeds from this fund go back into the community to support the sports of the Winter Games, however any sport as part of the Manitoba Provincial Games may be considered.
Click here to learn more about the 2006 Winter Games Legacy Fund.
- Michael Hamende Memorial Minor Hockey Fund
Created by the Hamende family to provide an annual benefit to the Beausejour Brokenhead Minor Hockey Association (BBMHA).
Click here to learn more about the Michael Hamende Memorial Minor Hockey Fund.
The Brokenhead River Community Foundation Grade 12 Graduating Scholarship
The Brokenhead River Community Foundation Scholarship and Bursary Fund was established on September 26, 2006. Since then, the fund has grown and supported many graduates.
Click here to learn more about eligibility requirements for the BRCF Scholarship Fund.
Robert Rondeau Memorial Scholarship
To support a graduate who has excelled at curling and is continuing their education at a post secondary institution.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the Robert Rondeau Memorial Scholarship.
Ken Matchizen Memorial Scholarship
To support a graduate continuing their education in any Trade as recognized by the Province of Manitoba.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the Ken Matchizen Memorial Scholarship.
Beausejour Curling Club Scholarship
To support a graduate who demonstrates active involvement in the sport of curling.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the Beausejour Curling Club Scholarship.
The Brokenhead River Community Foundation Grade 12 Bursaries
A general fund to support its own bursaries.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the BRCF Grade 12 Bursaries.
Eric Lefko Memorial Agricultural Bursary
To support a graduate entering into a post secondary education in any agricultural-related field.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the Eric Lefko Memorial Bursary Fund.
A special bursary, created by a local anonymous donor, for students going into a science related field.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the 4 year Science Bursary.
Radford Award for Math Bursary Fund
The Radford Award for Math Bursary was established in March 2023 to provide financial assistance to students with exemplary math abilities while encouraging and inspiring an excellent work ethic that will benefit the student throughout their life.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for the 4 year Math Bursary.
Brokenhead-Thalberg North-Mars-Brokenhead East Grade 12 Graduation Bursary
Created by the proceeds of two reunions for four schools north of Beausejour.
Click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements of the “4 Schools” Bursary.
Gerald and Dr. Pamela Hawranik Bursary for Nursing Students
This fund was created to help alleviate some of the financial difficulty to obtain a post secondary education for rural students. Nursing students from rural Manitoba have extra expenses beyond tuition, such as rent, travel expenses, expenses related to food, nursing equipment, travel for clinical experiences, etc. This bursary was designed to encourage students to enter the Nursing profession and practice their skills in our community and beyond.
Click here to learn more about the Gerald and Dr. Pamela Hawranik Bursary for Nursing Students.