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Divisions

WELCOME TO NEW BRUNSWICK 

We are your division, and will be your point of contact. As your division, we are here to guide and support you, while on the road to completing The Award. 

Can't find what you are looking for or need a few questions answered about your Award? Then send us an email. We are here to help. 

ANNUAL STATISTICAL REVIEW 2014 

New Registrants
How many youth joined The Award for the first time during the year ?

Award Level Male Female

Bronze

72 80 

Silver

17  12 

Gold

15 
Total New Registrants - 213    

Awards Gained
How many youth completed an Award during the year?

Award Level

Male

Female

 Bronze

27

35

 Silver

14

24

 Gold

4

7

Total Awards Gained - 111

Participants
How many youth have actively participated in The Award during the year?

 Award Level  Males   Females
 Bronze  27  35
 Silver  14  24
 Gold  4  7
 
 Total Participants - 111

Board of Directors 

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Board members are all volunteers who provide us with unique professional skill sets, insight and a vast amount of experience. Some of these specialized skill sets entail; marketing, fundraising, finance, and governance.

Honourary Provincial Chair
Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau
Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick

Danielle McLeod
Executive Director
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Stephen Trueman
President/Solicitor
Moncton, New Brunswick

Keith Barr

Vice President 
Fredericton, New Brunswick 

Joyce MacEacheron
Secretary
Hanwell, New Brunswick 

Gregg Houser
Treasurer
Moncton, New Brunswick 

Rachel Van Wart
Youth Representative 
Saint John, New Brunswick

Brenda Moore
Director
Burton, New Brunswick 

Deborah Adams
Director 
Saint John, New Brunswick 

Brenda Forbes
Director 
Saint John, New Brunswick 

Ralph Simpson
Director
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Shannon Lee
Director
Campobello Island, New Brunswick

Tina Noble 
Director
Hanwell, New Brunswick

Peter Johnson
Director
Grand Bay–Westfield, New Brunswick

Dean Mundee
Director
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Catherine Lawrence 

Director
Fredericton, New Brunswick

"The Knights and Ladies of the Round Table"

For 50 years, The New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has helped to shape the future leaders and citizens of our province by guiding them through a program which fosters self-reliance, perseverance, self-confidence, motivation, responsibility, physical activity, skill development, and service to their community. To continue to Make a Difference in the lives of New Brunswick youth, we are unveiling a new fundraiser campaign entitled the “Knights and Ladies of the Round Table”. There are three tiers of positions: the third tier includes Knights and Ladies; the second tier includes Sir Lancelot and Lady Guinevere; and the top tier is King Arthur. 

The position of King Arthur is a contribution of $10,000 over a term of three years. The benefits of this position include the following: invitation for King Arthur to attend a Gold Award ceremony and have the opportunity to meet a member of the Royal Family or Governor General if the opportunity arises; seating for eight at the 2014 New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award dinner; formal introduction at the 2014 New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award dinner; King Arthur’s name included in the New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award dinner news article in New Brunswick newspapers; tax-deductible receipt; photo and name recognition on website, Twitter, and Facebook; and an invitation to all New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award events. 

The positions of Sir Lancelot and Lady Guinevere are a contribution of $6,000 over a term of three years. The benefits of this position are the same as those of King Arthur except that there is seating for four at the 2014 New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award dinner.

The position of Knight is a contribution of $3,000 over a term of three years. The benefits of this position are the same as those of Sir Lancelot/Lady Guinevere except that there is seating for two at the 2014 New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh’s Award dinner.
 
We hope that you will join with us to support the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in New Brunswick! You will be helping us greatly and more importantly, you will be helping to grow New Brunswick youth into the leaders of tomorrow. A sponsorship donation can be made by cheque and sent to our office at 65 Brunswick Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1G5. All donations are tax deductible. If you wish to make a donation or request further information, please contact Executive Director Danielle McLeod at 453-3662 or dmcleod@dukeofed.org.

Mr. Frank McKenna press release - King Arthur
Mr. Brian Jones press release - Sir Lancelot
Mr. Tony Henderson press release - Knight
Mr. Peter Johnson press release - Knight

 

Contact Us

Danielle McLeod
Executive Director
E-mail: dmcleod@dukeofed.org

65 Brunswick Street Suite 287
Fredericton, NB E3B 1G5
Victoria Health Centre

Phone: (506) 453-3662
Toll Free: 1-800-520-3853
Fax: (506) 444-5791

Email: newbrunswick@dukeofed.org


Charitable Registration Number:
13625 6187 RR0001