Communities

Brandt donates to Carnduff Day Care Centre

Brandt donates $2000 to the Carnduff Day Care Centre. This non-profit centre has taken over the old high school in Carnduff and presently, they have approximately 40 kids in the centre. Our donation is to cover the cost of installation of sprinklers, so the centre can pass fire regulation standards and start taking in infants.

Brandt donates to Vancouver Resource Society for the Physically Disabled

Brandt donates $400 to the Vancouver Resource Society for the Physically Disabled. Their mission is to provide innovative opportunities for persons with disabilities to maximize their independence and inclusion in the community.

For more information, visit www.vrs.org.

Brandt donates to Girl Guides of Canada

Brandt donates $8,040 to the Girl Guides of Canada. Girl Guides of Canada enables girls to be confident, resourceful and courageous, and to make a difference in the world.

For more information, visit www.girlguides.ca.

Brandt donates to Sporting Christmas Campaign

Brandt donates $1,000 to the Salvation Army through the Sporting Christmas Campaign. The Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Scotiabank and the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club hosted the annual Sporting Christmas Golf Tournament on August 17th. All proceeds from the campaign assist families during the Christmas season.

Brandt Donates to Grasslands Innovations Project

Brandt donates $500 to the Grasslands Public Schools and the Grasslands Innovations Project in support of their Nutrition Program.

Brandt donates to AT Children's Project

 

Brandt donates $500 to AT Children's Project Charity Golf Scramble held in Coaldale, Alberta on July 19th. The event aimed to increase awareness of Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T), a rare genetic disease that attacks children, causing progressive loss of muscle control, immune system problems, and a high rate of cancer.

For more information, visit www.atcp.org.

Brandt donates to Fort St. John Association for Community Living

 

Brandt donates $1000 to the Fort St.John Association for Community Living, an organization dedicated to making sure that people with developmental disabilities are able to lead active and productive lives in their communities. 

For more information, visit their website at www.fsjacl.com.

Brandt Donates to Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Heritage Society of Canada

Brandt donates $7,000 to Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Heritage Society of Canada (RHHS). RHHS is a non-profit society that plans to construct and maintain a world class Construction Industry Centre in Devon, Alberta.

The Centre will educate the public on many aspects of construction such as the professional knowledge required to plan and build necessary infrastructure. The goal is to give visitors an appreciation and understanding that the work done by hardworking trades-people and workers in the construction industry allows us all to enjoy our current lifestyle.

For more information, visit their website at www.rhhscanada.com.

Brandt donates to Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan

 

Brandt donates $15,000 to Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan. Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan offers innovative programs that stimulate and inspire elementary, middle and high school students to value free enterprise, understand business and economics, and develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills. Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan reached over 11,000 youth last year.

Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan's goal is to impact every available Saskatchewan student with relevant, contemporary, and responsive programming and earn unparalleled stakeholder loyalty as the business education partner of choice.

For more information, visit their website http://saskatchewan.jacan.org.

 

Brandt donates to Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities

Brandt donates $5,000 to the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) to support their annual convention. The Convention is the largest event hosted by SARM and provides the members the opportunity to gather as a whole to debate resolutions, discuss current issues and hear from political leaders and other presenters.

For more information, visit their website www.sarm.ca.