Brandon Prust in awe of kids: London Free Press

Brandon Prust in awe of kids: London Free Press

The London Free Press featured an article about Heroes Circle in August 2015. Read the Free Press article. “When you actually see them do this, it brings tears to your eyes,” Prust said in the interview with the Free Press. “When you meet these kids it puts everything in perspective. “Even though some of the stuff we go through in everyday life, you can’t imagine what these kids are going through. They’ve been dealt a bad hand and there’s nothing they can do about...
Brandon Prust Foundation supports Andie’s Fight for a Cure

Brandon Prust Foundation supports Andie’s Fight for a Cure

This year, the Brandon Prust Foundation was happy to be a major contributor to the Andie’s Fight for a Cure golf tournament. Andie’s Fight is a charity golf tournament that raises money for Diamond Blackfan Anemia Canada and the Hematology Department at Children’s Hospital, LHSC. For more information on the golf tournament, click...
Thank you St. Hubert for supporting the Brandon Prust Foundation

Thank you St. Hubert for supporting the Brandon Prust Foundation

It’s not every day that you hear a professional athlete express their love for cheese and gravy smothered fries, but Brandon Prust promotes St. Hubert’s chicken and bacon poutine through television and radio ads. The proceeds from Brandon’s endorsement are in support of The Brandon Prust Foundation. In the ad, Brandon alongside his partner Maripier Morin, known for her love of poutine, exchange a humorous romantic evening at St. Hubert. St. Hubert has donated to the foundation in exchange for Brandon and Maripier’s participation in their marketing initiatives. That’s one way to bring home the bacon, and what a good...
Brandon Prust Foundation supports Laps for Louie

Brandon Prust Foundation supports Laps for Louie

Louie Facca appears to be an average seven-year-old boy, but he was diagnosed with a severe form of muscular dystrophy at the very young age of two. An inspiration to many, Louie’s grandpa, Bob Facca, has already walked 4,000 kilometres from Quebec City to Winnipeg to raise money in support of his grandson. But the support does not stop there. Louie’s love for hockey has sparked a fundraising event where he has become the mascot for finding a cure to Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Knowing that Louie will never be able to play his favourite sport, the community rallied together to support this little guy through his journey by skating for a cure. In partnership with Blyth Academy, Total Package Hockey and the CCH Leap Program, the Brandon Prust Foundation was a proud supporter of the Laps for Louie Skate-A-Thon and Ironman Hockey Tournament.   For more information on Jesse’s Journey, visit the website....
London Free Press features the Heroes Circle program in London

London Free Press features the Heroes Circle program in London

‘More kids in the London-area will have a new weapon to fight cancer: Karate. After a two-year pilot project at London Health Sciences Centre, a program teaching childhood cancer patients karate skills to cope with pain is being expanded. The Heroes’ Circle, a division of Kids Kicking Cancer, teaches youngsters meditation, breathing and mind-body techniques from martial arts.’ Read the whole article on the London Free Press...