Past Grant Recipients

2018 Recipients

Association For Community Living – $500.00 to purchase woodworking equipment.

Beausejour Brokenhead Minor Hockey – $800.00 to purchase goalie equipment.

Brokenhead River Community Hall – $1500 to convert to LED lighting.

Brokenhead River Recreation Committee – $1,500 to purchase floor curling rocks.

Beausejour Kids Centre – $500.00 to purchase outdoor equipment

Beau-Head Historical Society – $545 in support of the Schreyer Archives.

Happy Time Nursery – $500 to purchase a photocopier

Haystack Productions – $1,750 to build a storage building for stage props.

Interlake Eastman Regional Health Authority – $3,886 in support of Beausejour Hospital and Eastgate PCH.

Network For Change – $1,500 for a Trail mural on the old arena.

Rotary Club of Selkirk – $1000 to purchase diagnostic equipment for Selkirk Hospital.

Royal Canadian Legion #132 – $1500 to purchase a pizza warmer.

Sunrise School Division – $189 in support of their senior boys basketball program.

Tyndall Soccer Association – $1,750 to purchase soccer equipment.

Canada 150 Grants

Our foundation partnered with Community Foundation of Canada to make $10,000 available to celebrate Canada’s 150 Anniversary.  Recipients were:

  • Active Transportation received a grant of $2500 to develop a trail through Beausejour along the old railway bed.
  • Broken-Beau Historical Society received a grant of $2500 to construct a board walk through the village to make it more accessible to all visitors.
  • Air Cadet Squadron 249 received a grant of $2000 to purchase and display 128 Canadian flags in remembrance of the 128,000 Canadian’s that did not return from war.
  • Canada Day Celebration was awarded a grant of $1250 to support the community wide celebration of Beausejour/Brokenhead’s diverse community.
  • Summerfest received a grant of $1000 to support a family friendly event showcasing Canada’s history and multiculturalism.
  • Garson Hall received a grant of $750 to support it celebration with the citizens of Garson, Tyndall and area.

2017 Community Grants

At our Annual general meeting in May, our grants were announced.

Daylily Park

– A grant of $1000 to assist in the construction of an arbour.

Nolan Thomas Play Centre

– A grant of $2000 to assist in the purchase and installation of tables and play structures.

Beausejour Recreation Commission

– A grant of $850 for the purchase of an ice edger.

Beausejour Kids’ Centre

– A grant of $1000 to purchase toys, swing set, and storage shed.

Gillis Play and Learn Centre

– A grant of $1000 to purchase water and sand tables.

Beausejour Beautification

– A grant of $250 to purchase planters.

Katie’s Cottage, Winkler

– A grant of $250 to purchase benches and walking path


–  $3693 in support of Eastgate and Beausejour Hospital

Edward Schreyer School Boys’ Basketball Program

– $227 was granted to the boys’ basketball program at EESS from a fund created by a local family.

Brokenhead Historical Society

– $520 was granted to the Historical Society to assist them in preserving the papers of Edward Schreyer, former Premier of Manitoba and Governor General of Canada.


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