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Ted Nolan Foundation

Today's Youth, Tomorrow's Leaders
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About Ted Nolan Foundation

The Rose Nolan Scholarship, named after Ted Nolan’s mother, was established to help First Nations Women achieve their educational and training goals, while maintaining strong community involvement.

Rose Nolan Scholarship

The Ted Nolan Foundation annually invites women attending post-secondary educational institutions to apply for a $5,000 Rose Nolan Memorial Scholarship. To date the Foundation has awarded over 90 scholarships totalling more than $200,000.

Seven Grandfather Teachings

Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility and Truth.

Leadership Camp

The Ted Nolan Foundation and Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation have sent over 500 Aboriginal youth to leadership camp.

Our Community

The drum is the reminder of the heartbeat of the women whose strength keeps our culture alive.

 

  A dream has become reality. I would like to extend my gratitude to my family and friends who have helped me realize my dream.

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Our Team

We believe in a diverse range of personel to bring creative skills, thoughts, and ideas to the Foundation, so that our recipients go on to experience great successes and see their dreams become a reality.

Mission Statement

Through our philosophy of healthy Lifestyle, the Ted Nolan Foundation is committed to the healing process to renew and revitalize the mind, body and spirit of our young people • We will explore to help train a new cadre of Aboriginal leaders today, to take their rightful place in Canadian society tomorrow • We will raise scholarship funds for First Nation Women wishing to complete their education.

90

Scholarships Over $200,000

23

Graduates Since 2011

8

Graduates in 2013

500

Kids Sent to THCF Camp

  • Tim Hortons
  • Tim Hortons Childrens Foundation
  • CN
  • BHH Benefits
  • Moncton Wildcats
  • RBC
  • CIBC Wood Gundy
  • BDO
  • 3 | Nolans
  • Remsoft
  • Soo Greyhounds
  • EMC
  • Little NHL
  • Renaissance Investments
  • City of Sault Ste Marie
  • Water Tower Inn
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  • Ted Nolan Foundation
  • Sponsorship

Our Goal

Since 2002, the Ted Nolan Foundation goal has been to encourage Aboriginal youth to pursue academic growth for a better future.

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Thank You CN

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The Ted Nolan Foundation is deeply grateful to have been selected this year as one of the recipients that CN

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  • CIBC Wood Gundy
  • BDO
  • 3 | Nolans
  • Remsoft
  • Soo Greyhounds
  • EMC
  • Little NHL
  • Renaissance Investments
  • City of Sault Ste Marie
  • Water Tower Inn
  • Ted Nolan Foundation
  • Sponsorship
  • Tim Hortons
  • Tim Hortons Childrens Foundation
  • CN
  • BHH Benefits
  • Moncton Wildcats
  • RBC

Scholarships

The Rose Nolan Scholarship was established to recognize Aboriginal First Nations Women who are achieving their educational and training goals while maintaining strong community involvement.

2014 Eligibility
About Rose Nolan
2014 Applications

Connect With The Ted Nolan Foundation

If you would like to connect with the Ted Nolan Foundation through social media regularly, do not hesitate, we are waiting for you!

Testimonials/Sponsors

The Ted Nolan Foundation would like to thank our generous Sponsors for their continued support. As a Sponsor your support will help to enhance and assist in the development of new initiatives that will assist First Nations Women in their educational and training aspirations and enable aboriginal youth of today, to become leaders of tomorrow.

  • Faith Manitowabi, BScN

    Reading Rose Nolan’s story has inspired me to complete my degree in knowing that learning is a life long process. Rose Nolan has empowered me to be a strong and resilient Anishnaabe-kwe.

    Faith Manitowabi, BScN
  • Cheryl Recollet

    I would like to thank and acknowledge the Ted Nolan Foundation for supporting First Nation academics. I am truly honored and humbled to receive such recognition.

    Cheryl Recollet
  • Cindy Ncuyen

    If I could talk to Ted Nolan for a minute, I give him a hug. I would tell him that he really has made a difference in the world and he should be proud of himself.

    Cindy Ncuyen
  • Carolyn Brown

    As I begin my career, I reflect with gratitude on the Rose Nolan scholarship and all it has meant to me. The benefits have extended beyond academics and have touched all aspects of my life.

    Carolyn Brown
  • Laura John

    I have nothing but great thankfulness to your foundation.

    Laura John
  • Curt Styres

    Ted Nolan has been an inspiration for First Nations/Native American youth for many years.

    Curt Styres
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  • Daniel Stronges

    His childhood memories of working hard and not having the basic necessities shows me just how lucky I really am. 

    Daniel Stronges
  • Faith Manitowabi, BScN

    Reading Rose Nolan’s story has inspired me to complete my degree in knowing that learning is a life long process. Rose Nolan has empowered me to be a strong and resilient Anishnaabe-kwe.

    Faith Manitowabi, BScN
  • Cheryl Recollet

    I would like to thank and acknowledge the Ted Nolan Foundation for supporting First Nation academics. I am truly honored and humbled to receive such recognition.

    Cheryl Recollet
  • Cindy Ncuyen

    If I could talk to Ted Nolan for a minute, I give him a hug. I would tell him that he really has made a difference in the world and he should be proud of himself.

    Cindy Ncuyen
  • Carolyn Brown

    As I begin my career, I reflect with gratitude on the Rose Nolan scholarship and all it has meant to me. The benefits have extended beyond academics and have touched all aspects of my life.

    Carolyn Brown
  • Laura John

    I have nothing but great thankfulness to your foundation.

    Laura John
  • Curt Styres

    Ted Nolan has been an inspiration for First Nations/Native American youth for many years.

    Curt Styres
  •  
  • Daniel Stronges

    His childhood memories of working hard and not having the basic necessities shows me just how lucky I really am. 

    Daniel Stronges
  • Little NHL
  • Renaissance Investments
  • City of Sault Ste Marie
  • Water Tower Inn
  • Tim Hortons Childrens Foundation
  • Tim Hortons
  • Ted Nolan Foundation
  • CN
  • BHH Benefits
  • Moncton Wildcats
  • RBC
  • CIBC Wood Gundy
  • BDO
  • 3 | Nolans
  • Remsoft
  • Soo Greyhounds
  • EMC
  • Sponsorship

Get In Touch With Us

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