Support fire fighters across the province in their journey to overcome trauma experienced while working to keep British Columbians safe. Every day, fire fighters and other first responders put themselves in harm’s way to respond to the scenes of emergencies. As a result, thousands of men and women are left to face off against mental health issues. Many are not receiving the care that they deserve.
The Kelowna Professional Fire Fighters’ Association in partnership with the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund is proud to present the ‘Inspire Kelowna’ event with guest speaker Theo Fleury on January 11, 2020.
Former NHL player Theoren (Theo) Fleury brings his dynamic message of empowerment to Kelowna. Fleury is internationally recognized for overcoming his own personal trauma and uses this speaking event platform to ignite leadership, action and resilience to overcome obstacles.
Each time Theo shares his message, he invests himself unreservedly for one single purpose: to help. Theo’s talks inspire leadership, teamwork and resilience, and they are never short on entertainment value as well.
Audiences will leave Inspire Kelowna feeling motivated to confront challenges heartened that quitting is never an option.
This is a must attend event is for any person looking for a fresh perspective to tackle personal issues and overcome obstacles through to companies looking to strengthen employee morale and inspire internal leadership.
The event will attention to first responders’ mental health and raise funds raised the BC First Responder Resiliency Program that BC's fire fighters and first responders and help them overcome the trauma they experience while working to keep British Columbians safe.