Jeremy Renaud has enjoyed serving the Windsor-Essex Community through multiple leadership capacities.
Inherited the HOCKtoberfest International Female Hockey Festival from the HOCKtoberfest organization in collaboration with members of the Windsor-Essex Sports Council board, the official “legacy” carrier of “HFEST.”
Secured $18,150 through the Health Communities Fund for Windsor-Essex Sports Council to lead Learning to Play 2: Kids FUNdamentals (March, 2015) in collaboration with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit and 14 partners toward creating policy change. Delivered the program 12.9% under budget with legacy funds going to other programs, e.g. Pathway to Potential.
Raised $52,094 in support of the Windsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame and Museum through the successful acquisition of an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant ($35,000), procurement of a gift from Unifor Local 444 ($12,094) and a Community Impact Grant via the Windsor Essex Community Foundation ($5,000) in collaboration with members of various boards.
Raised $39,977 and provided the Gift of Sport to over 132 under-resourced children in the Windsor area in collaboration with the local committee and its partners. KidSport Windsor was named as the official legacy program of the 2014 Ontario Summer Games.
Spearheaded introductions to the City of Windsor toward hosting the 2014 Canadian Masters Swimming Championship and the 2014 Ontario Summer Games.
Raised $15,135 through auctioning off a personal sports memorabilia collection and leading a supporter led (third party) event, $14,000 to the build of the Windsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame’s primary home project, $500 to KidSport Windsor, $585 to the incorporation of the Windsor-Essex Sports Council and $50 to Leadership Advancement for Women and Sport.
Championed diversity and inclusion policies on several boards simultaneously to ensure equal opportunity free from discrimination relating to gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and religion.
Launched Windsor-Essex Sports Council and KidSport Windsor.
Launched a $500,000 Become the Legacy campaign to build the primary home project belonging to the Windsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, $407,094 raised (cash/in-kind).