Our Mission
To support those living with brain trauma and to create awareness to reduce and prevent future brain traumas.

This is who we are

Brad Spence

Brad Spence Founder and Executive Director

Two-time Olympian Brad Spence is motivated to give back to the community and inspire the next generation. Brad holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree from Royal Roads University where he graduated with honours with distinction.
Michelle Kimoff

Michelle Kimoff Director

Michelle grew up as a competitive gymnast, and later on spent time coaching the next wave of young athletes. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Victoria, and currently fills her days as a Management Consultant.
Graham Daw

Graham Daw Chairman and Treasurer

Graham holds a BA in Economics, as well as, the CFA designation. He is employed in Calgary’s midstream oil & gas industry as a Financial Analyst.
Laura Doney

Laura Doney Corporate Secretary

Laura holds a BA in Psych, BEd, and a Master’s in Counselling Psych. She works as a counsellor in Calgary and delivers Mental Health community education programs.
Jeff Christie

Jeff Christie Director

Jeff is a Partner at Boast Capital. Prior to joining Boast Capital, Jeff competed as an Olympic athlete for in the sport of luge. He raced in the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympics.

This is what we've done

Helmets for Heroes

Helmets for Heroes Website

At Helmets for Heroes, we use art therapy to help children battling illness cope and heal.
Our projects not only strengthen community, they raise funds and create awareness for charities.

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Canadian Liver Foundation

Canadian Liver Foundation

At the end of it all, our latest Helmets for Heroes project fetched a total of $16,500 - contributing to the $80,000 that the Canadian Liver Foundation was able to raise at the LIVERight Gala.

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Children's Hospital Foundation

Children's Hospital Foundation

Sam Edney wears the striking specially-designed helmet fashioned into a bear image — created by 19-year-old Flamenco and local artist Kelsey Fraser — for this one World Cup stop, at home, before it’s auctioned off to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital.

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