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All is the same with The Brandon Flock Foundation - except we are now being managed under The Calgary Foundation.  Donations can be made to The Calgary Foundation attention Brandon Flock Fund. You will see at this link you can search for Brandon Flock Fund and identify it to donate to.  Certainly most donations are done online, or you could make a cheque out to The Calgary Foundation  (attention Brandon Flock Fund) identify Brandon Flock Fund on the cheque. 

We are still sponsoring the great work for young students in need on your behalf. We still sponsor The Calgary Stampede Youth Poster Competition, Emily Carr University, U of C, Vancouver Film School, The Alberta University of the Arts, and all the other great work that you are so generous to donate to. 

Kirk Hunn, Kendra Flock, Max Van Dijk, Morgan Flock and Corey Hunn are now the Board of the Brandon Flock Fund at The Calgary Foundation and will work with TCF to direct the funds. TCF will now be managing all the administrative and reporting functions for The Brandon Flock Fund. 


THANK YOU so much for all your generosity over the past 10 years since Brandon left us. COVID-19 obviously affected all of us but we will be holding the 10th anniversary of The Super B Sandlot Showdown - and hopefully a bunch more. It is particularly gratifying that we could have such a fun event that you all look forward to every year.  People fly in for it, celebrities play in it, marriages are incubated at it, kids are born at it, old people get hurt at is like a family reunion every year - AND raises money for such great causes. You helped create something positive from something so tragic. Brandon is the glue that brings this menagerie of different folks from all walks of life together to celebrate him by helping others.

The BFF has helped over 100 young people's lives now; with funds and mentoring assistance. The BFF published a book - Two Black Eyes and The Unfinished Script. The BFF has been the initial and only sponsor of The Dustin Peers Memorial Scholarship for The Calgary Stampede Youth Poster Competition. It is just hard to describe the thanks to you all, with special mention to The Jules Foundation, 7-11, the board of the BFF, the team captains, the team members.......everyone of you that makes this all possible. 

Continue to support this great work right here: 

Identify Brandon Flock Fund. And when anyone asks you what time it is, say:  It's Bro Time. As Brandon would.

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Brandon recognized the financial support most people need as they begin careers in the arts and had student loans. He knew he was extremely fortunate to have friends and family with the capability and desire to provide him with the support he needed, and that not everyone was as fortunate.

After Brandon passed away, his friends encouraged the Flock family to start a foundation similar to the Arts scholarship program Brandon and Max founded with ZClay Fresh. 
The Brandon Flock Foundation offers financial and mentoring aid to disadvantaged students seeking their passion in the Arts.
The Foundation presently provides scholarships to The Vancouver Film School, Alberta College of Art and Design, The University of Calgary, and Emily Carr. Two Black Eyes will be another milestone of the ongoing support the Flock family and friends continue to work hard at; in Brandon's honour.

Over 50 Scholarships Awarded

The Brandon Flock Foundation has now awarded over 50 scholarships and donations to date, and continue to support initiatives across Canada for young artists.



The BFF Scholarship

Anyone with a passion for the Arts that has been accepted to an accredited Art School that is in need of financial or mentorship assistance.

Latest beneficiary UofC Alexander Sewell - "I will never forget the day I found out I had won the Christine Young Memorial Bursary. A chill of happiness and excitement, as well as surprise, shot thru my entire body. Being from British Columbia, choosing the U of C as the institution I would attend was a difficult choice. I wanted to live on my own and experience a new city, but the financial commitment made the decision tough. I finally did end up deciding on Calgary, and the bursary I received from your foundation has eased the financial pain immensely. I am extremely thankful for being chosen for this award, and I can assure you that donors such as yourself are making a difference for students everywhere." 

How to apply


Send a letter to:

The Brandon Flock Foundation

#408, 3316 Rideau Place SW

Calgary Alberta T2S 1Z4

Tell us about your dream to be an Artist and why you need our help. Include the school you have applied to and we'll communicate from there.


the book.




Published by Frontenac House - available at (search twoblackeyes), any Lammle's location, any store on the Stampede Grounds (such as the store in the grandstand). Cover illustration by Mary Haasdyk (BFF scholarship recipient ACAD !!!!)


Inspired by the life of Brandon Flock and featuring Brandon's unfinished script - Buck Off.



My name is Nathan Munro and I wrote Buck Off during the last 14 months of my life. It is about family and friends, and showing people close to you that you love them ... instead of saying goodbye.

In the fall of 2003 I was on my way to the expected: a high school graduation, a university degree, and then a downtown executive lifestyle like my well-intentioned parents – the Commotion. I had attended an expensive private school, gone on international adventure vacations and connected with almost everybody my age in Elbow Park, our exclusive neighbourhood. I was an honour student and a professional model: the perfect candidate for success.

Success fell apart when I switched to a public school in Grade 12 and signed up for a Film Studies class. There were only four of us in the class: me, Kayden, Stevie and Willie. Our teacher, Miss Emily Arbutus, didn’t care much about the curriculum. She had her own ideas and let us watch and argue about films like Deep Throat and Good Will Hunting.

My new friends showed me realities that didn’t drift across the river into my Elbow Park life. Willie showed me the dodge and duck tactics of welfare loneliness; Stevie showed me the black and blue of family violence; and bull rider Kayden taught me that getting bucked off wasn’t as painful as not trying.

I ate some arena dirt and that helped me figure out that to get on a bull like TwoBlackEyes all you need is a willingness to try and friends who will visit you in the hospital. I discovered I had a lot of try and good friends I could count on, and that I wasn’t just the little boy my parents knew.

The smoky and mysterious Miss Emily Arbutus encouraged me to write my first film script, Buck Off, a murder and revenge story about an over-protected son like me who was determined to live up to the eulogy of his bull riding champion father.

I twisted my Buck Off story inside TwoBlackEyes because sometimes I couldn’t tell the difference between my own story and my hero’s losing battle with his mother, The Ice Cream Queen. Writing these complicated scenes was difficult until Emily helped me. Yes, we had a good time together after I graduated.


I didn’t want to disappoint The Commotion so I never told them I wasn’t living their dream for me.

Emily, Stevie, Willie, and Kayden helped me finish my script.

I don’t know what the Commotion will think of my TwoBlackEyes gift to them. Maybe they will see how much I loved them despite their plans for me.

the book.


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