Kelsey Brockway carries the title of “crazy hockey mom” with pride.
She has volunteered for two years as the U7 Initiation co-ordinator at Airdrie Minor Hockey Association (AMHA). This year she started as the U9 Novice coordinator and co-coordinator of U11 Atom Travel at AMHA.
She is also the manager of her oldest sons’ U13 Peewee team and she volunteered as the registrar at Fuzzy Pickles Preschool for four years.
“I think we are all in this together and I will spare any time to be there for my association,” she says.
“I believe not-for-profit schools and organizations are the lifeblood of our community; without volunteers, there wouldn’t be affordable sports and schools.”
She is also homeschooling her three children, ages seven, nine and 11, and she and her husband recently opened Brockway’s Automotive.
She attributes her ability to be involved in so many volunteer activities to her incredible support system, which includes her dad who lives with her family.
Brockway was nominated for the Amazing Advocate Award by her husband Scott who says her generous spirit and volunteer work is inspiring.
“She would give anyone the shirt off her back and is the most supportive person I know. She is more than just a crazy hockey mom,” says Scott.