Our mission is to provide survivors of traumatic life events with the treatment and support needed to reclaim their lives. Our goal is to pave the road for trauma healing and create valuable conversations about mental health, trauma, and abuse. Removing the stigma, starting the healing, one day at a time.

One of the ways we are doing this is through our therapy grant program, which allows approved candidates to receive designated therapy services, paid for via our foundation. Each approved grant is currently for $750.



Guest Celebrities

Theo Fleury 

Fleury is a former NHL All-Star, Stanley Cup winner and Olympic Gold Medalist, and has since added two times best selling author to his legacy. 

Theo has been awarded the Canadian Humanitarian Award, The Queen’s Jubilee Medallion, he is an Honorary Chief and recipient of the Aboriginal Indspire Award. In 2014 Theo was awarded an honorary doctorate in Science from the University of Guelph-Humber for outstanding contributions to the Mental Health of Canadians. Most recently Theo was bestowed with a second honorary doctorate in Laws from Brandon University in recognition for his contributions in combating child sexual abuse and for his outstanding efforts to promote healing and recovery.  

Lisa "Longball" Vlooswyk

Lisa is currently ranked Top 5 in the World in Ladies Long Drive. She has won 7 consecutive National Long Drive Championship titles, is an LDA Tour Champion and a Nike sponsored athlete. Lisa currently holds the Canadian Women’s Long Drive record at 350 yards 2 feet 2 inches. Lisa recently won Golfweek Magazine’s Golf Fest Entertainer of the Year award. Also having a passion for the game, Lisa competes on the Canadian Women’s Tour when possible.

In addition to her competitive career, Lisa is a golf journalist for several publications including Inside Golf Magazine and has had her own column in Golf Digest Canada and Back9Network. Lisa is a successful keynote peak performance speaker and conferences and conventions and is a golf entertainer for many corporate/charity golf tournaments across North America including the PGA Tour’s Reno Tahoe Open and the Champions Tour Greater Hickory KIA Classic. Lisa can be reached through her website at www.lisalongball.com.

Todd Halpen

Former PGA Tour Canada golfer and current high-performance coach with Golf Canada, Todd Halpen is one of the most entertaining golfers you'll ever see. He loves to joke around, crush drives, help you with your game and raise money for a good cause. 

Born and raised in Calgary, Todd has traveled all over the world representing his country and hopes to continue to represent his province and country in years to come. 

You can find him at the Golf Canada Centre working with golfers of all levels and ages, helping to grow the game in our city. 


Colin Patterson

Patterson was discovered and signed by the Calgary Flames in 1983 as an undrafted player and celebrated the Stanley Cup in 1989 alongside Theo. He played a total of 10 seasons in the NHL, his last two years with the Buffalo Sabres. Patterson finished his playing career with 96 goals and 205 points in 504 games. Colin settled in Calgary with his wife Sherrie and their three children.

Mike Cvik

  • Born and raised Calgarian
  • WHL linesman 1982-1986
  • Worked Memorial Cup Final in Portland Oregan in 1986
  • Hired by the NHL 1987-1988 season
  • Retired from the NHL January 5, 2016
  • Regular season games worked:  1868, 8th all-time in NHL history
  • Playoff games worked:  92
  • 1998 All-Star game in Vancouver
  • 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City
  • Linesman in the Gold Medal game between Canada and the USA 
  • ​​​​​​Tallest linesman in the NHL at 6'9"

Sean Selmser

Selmser played in one NHL game for the Columbus Blue Jackets during the 2000–01 NHL season. After spending four seasons with Vienna Capitals in the Austrian Hockey League, he joined Coventry Blaze for the 2010-2011 Elite Ice Hockey League season where he was Alternate Captain. Selmser joined Dornbirner EC of the second-tier Austrian National League. After scoring a career-high 59 points at age 38, Selsmer announced his retirement from professional hockey in May 2012. ~ Wikipedia

Tony Stiles

Stiles played minor hockey in Carstairs and then two years in junior with the Calgary Canucks. He spent four years at Michigan Tech before moving on to four years with the Calgary Flames and Quebec Nordiques organizations.  Stiles then went to the Canadian National Team for two years, playing in the 1988 Winter Olympics and then finished his career playing two years in Germany. Tony's second career has been policing having spent 10 years with the Edmonton Police Service in patrol, undercover and tactical. The last 15 years he has been with the Calgary Police Service; four in patrol and the last 11 with the Tactical Unit.

Brent Krahn

Brent Krahn enjoyed a very successful junior hockey career with the WHL's Calgary Hitmen and Seattle Thunderbirds before being drafted in the first round by Calgary in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. A recurring knee injury seriously hampered his development at the pro level.

Following the 2007-2008 NHL season, the Flames made the decision to not re-sign Krahn, and he became an unrestricted free agent. He was signed by the Dallas Stars on September 24, 2008. Beginning the season with the AHL's Chicago Wolves, Krahn was recalled by the Stars in February 2009 and made his NHL debut on February 14 in relief of starter Marty Turco against the Chicago Blackhawks.





Thursday, September 13, 2018


18 holes  |  swag  |  lunch  |  prizes and awards  |  banquet  |  silent auction  |  meet & greet with celebrities



Gord Bamford

Australian-born & Alberta-raised, Gord Bamford stands as one of the most decorated artists in Canadian country music with an impressive 24 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) awards, multi JUNO nominations and the only two-time winner out of Nashville’s Country Music Association (CMA) receiving the 2013 & 2015 CMA Global Country Artist award.


Mike Commodore

Mike grew up in Fort Saskatchewan, a homegrown Alberta boy, and his career in the NHL gave him some great memories...and championships!

  • 2000 National Champion University of North Dakota
  • 2006 Stanley Cup Champ with the Carolina Hurricanes.
  • 2007 World Champion - Team Canada

Dana Murzyn

Dana is a Canadian former professional defenceman. Drafted out of the WHL, he was selected fifth overall by the Hartford Whalers in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft. He began his NHL career in 1985–86 with the Whalers and was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team. After being traded to the Calgary Flames in 1988, he won the Stanley Cup with the club (and Theo!) in 1989. He was traded a second time in 1991 to the Vancouver Canucks, where he spent the majority of his career. Murzyn retired following the 1998–99 season after fourteen years in the NHL. 

Perry Berezan

Berezan is a Canadian former ice hockey centre who played nine seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) between 1985 and 1993. He was a third-round selection, 55th overall, of the Calgary Flames at the 1983 NHL Entry Draft and also played for the Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks. He is an alumnus of the University of North Dakota hockey program.

Russ Romaniuk

Russ was born and raised in Winnipeg where he played all his minor hockey and one year in the MJHL before earning a scholarship to the University of North Dakota to suit up for the Fighting Sioux. A 2nd round draft pick of his beloved hometown Winnipeg Jets, Russ played professionally for 14 years in North America and Europe for teams such as the Jets, Philadelphia Flyers, Manitoba Moose and the Canadian National Team. After retiring from the game he served as the colour commentator for the Moose for 3 seasons before moving to Calgary to work in the oil and gas industry. Most recently he is on the CREO Promotional Solutions team, selling promotional items.  


Harvie Pocza

Born and raised in Lethbridge, Pocza played his junior hockey in the WHL with the Calgary Centennial’s/Billings Bighorns. Drafted 67th overall by the current Stanley Cup champions, Washington Capitals. Member of the AHL, Calder Cup champion with the Hershey Bears in 1979-80. After hanging up the skates, Harvie worked for the Federal Government for many years, retiring in 2015. Harvie has been married for 30 years and currently resides in Calgary, as do his 2 adult children.