For thirteen years running, the Red Carpet Affair has raised funds and awareness for those living with Spinal Cord Injury. James H. Brown & Associates has been a driving force behind this event since its inception.
The theme of this year's event was empowering persons with spinal cord injuries to enable independence and full community participation.
With over 230 people in attendance, this year's event was a great success. We estimate that through the silent auction, and direct donations, over $5,000 was raised for Spinal Cord Injury of Alberta (SCIA).
"A great time was had by all," said Trent Brown, managing partner of the law firm. "Spinal Cord Injury Alberta does extremely important work throughout Alberta and we are grateful to support their efforts any way we can."
This year's entertainment was particularly exciting. Renowned Canadian violinist Adrian Anantawan left the crowd spellbound. Mr. Anantawan has performed at the White House, and we are extremely honoured that he took the time out of his busy schedule to help make our event a complete success.
If you would like to help Spinal Cord Injury Alberta continue their important work, please visit the SCIA's website to make a tax-deductible contribution.
James H. Brown & Associates a proud co-sponsor of an #ENDdistractedDriving event in Innisfree, Alberta
James H. Brown & Associates is proud to sponsor an event in Innisfree, Alberta on March 12th to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.
Renaye Wade was the victim of a devastating car crash caused by a Distracted Driver that left her in a coma for over a month. She has since endured numerous surgeries and physical therapy intended to help restore her mobility and speech. When Renaye awoke from her coma, she lost many memories of high school and didn’t remember her boyfriend of over a year. These are just a few examples of the devastating effects associated with a traumatic brain injury.
March 15th, 2016 marks the 3rd anniversary of that tragic day that changed her life. However Renaye also views it as the day she started on a personal mission to educate others about the dangers of Distracted Driving. Despite the challenges and time consuming therapy she’s faced, Renaye has travelled the province and has spoken to hundreds of high school students about her personal journey, and the dangers of texting and driving.
With the help of her family and friends, Renaye also created a non-profit organization called RADD (Renaye Against Distracted Driving) so she can continue to educated others.
A formal celebration on March 12th, 2016 is planned to acknowledge Renaye and all that she has accomplished. All funds raised from the formal dinner will help fund Renaye’s continuing effort to #ENDdistractedDriving.
For further information about attending this event, please contact:
Karen Arndt- Nedzielski
RADD Event Organizer
James H. Brown & Associates is proud to be the lead sponsor of the 2015 Affair of the Heart Gala. We are particularly pleased that this year's funds are going towards such a worthwhile cause. Trent Brown is very familiar with the important work done by Kids Kottage, having participated in numerous fundraisers for them while playing for the Edmonton Eskimos, and through his involvement with the Edmonton Eskimo Alumni Association.
James H. Brown & Associates is proud to be the lead sponsor in this year's 2015 Brain Matters Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, August 21st.
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The James H. Brown law firm is proud to be a long term supporter of the Brain Care Centre. We have also been a principle sponsor of their annual fundraising breakfast, and helped to launch their telephone help-line. We look forward to seeing you there! Please share this page to get the word out to as many people as possible!
James H. Brown & Associates is committed to making sure injured Albertans get the assistance they need. Each year we provide financial support to organizations that assist Albertans whose lives have been turned upside down by life altering injuries.