About the Carrie Brown Foundation
The Carrie Brown Foundation is a non-profit organization created in memory of Jenn's younger sister Carrie who was tragically killed in a car accident in 2000. The foundation was created to continue Carrie’s spirit of giving, with all proceeds going towards less fortunate children through scholarships and grants. Every 4 years following the Summer Olympics, the foundation hosts the Olympian and Celebrity Gala, gathering athletes and celebrities in all fields to inspire and motivate children to pursue their dreams.
Want to help make a difference?
The mission of this foundation is to continue Carrie’s spirit of giving, which was so much a part of who she was. To accomplish this mission, the foundation relies on the generous support of both individual and corporate donors. It is worthy to note that ALL of the foundations proceeds are used to help less fortunate children and 100% of your donation is tax deductible.
The Carrie Brown Foundation is proud to have the ability to help improve the lives of children and we are heartened by the generosity and the continued commitment of our supporters.