Shoes and Bikes from Heaven

On April 10, 2016, in DONATION, Events, by jnbrink

I was on my way to pick up my daughter at College in December 2014 when I saw a young man standing on the side of the road at the interstate exit with a sign asking for money. I often see individuals asking for money at this exit so it did not surprise me. He […]

A Gift for Eli from Michael and Frankie in Heaven

On April 10, 2016, in DONATION, Events, by jnbrink

Milsa and I met at a The Compassionate Friends Royal Palm Beach meeting in 2011. She lost her young son Frankie in a very tragic accident. Frankie left behind a 11 year old son, Eli. Through the Michael Joseph Brink Foundation, Eli received a Spalding basketball and a Lifetime basketball hoop to go with it. […]

Michael Joseph Brink Project 21 Launched At Women’s Leadership Luncheon

On April 29, 2012, in DONORS, Events, by nepenabrink

On Friday, April 13, 2012 at the W0men’s Leadership Luncheon, Nancy Pena-Brink, President of the Michael Joseph Brink Foundation (MJBF) discusses the Foundation’s mission and vision for the Foundation and Project 21. The MJBF is the primary charitable group of the Women’s Leadership & Empowerment Group, LLC which was founded by Nancy in March 2011. […]

Michael Joseph Brink Foundation Showcases at VisionQuest 2012

On April 28, 2012, in Events, by nepenabrink

On Friday, March 30, 2012 the Michael Joseph Brink Foundation was a vendor at VisionQuest 2012 sponsored by Kimberly West and Allison Turner. At the conference, we launched Project 21 to celebrate Michael’s 21 birthday (April 23, 2012) and to raise funds for the Foundation and help other young men and women in his name. We would […]

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Our Mission

Inspiring Our Youth to Personal Greatness

The Michael Joseph Brink Foundation's goal is to enhance programs already found in our community with resources to help them reach and empower more teens. The foundation’s work falls into four main categories: outreach; skill development education; development of proactive responses; and special programs.