The Perpetual Excellence Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the development of elite junior badminton players in Canada.

By providing crucial support to our promising youngsters, we help them develop an international level so that they are competitive with the top athletes at Olympic competitions. Help support our emerging Olympic athletes in becoming medal contenders and Olympic ambassadors.

Their future starts with your support.



The Perpetual Excellence Foundation sees a future in which Canada regularily produces medal contenders at World and Olympic caliber events in the sport of badminton.

This can only be possible through a network of support, both financial and sports specific, from the early development years through to the later adult stages of an athletes career.

While Sport Canada has focused on supporting those athletes who have already achieved a top national status, the Perpetual Excellence Foundation sees the need to fund developing juniors so that they not only have the resource to become the best in the country but also have the dream and means to become the best in the world.

By raising funds throughout the country and distributing those funds to the most talented, ambitious, and hard working athletes and their respective programs, we aim to raise the whole level of badminton in Canada to heights never before achieved in the history of our country.

With your support, we will succeed in realizing this vision.


The Perpetual excellence Foundation believes the following values apply not only to the athletes and programs we support but also to the individuals and donors of the Foundation.



Hard Work


Team Work



The Perpetual Excellence Foundation began in 1999 and was founded by Bruce Rollick and Rolf Paterson.

Rollick, who served as Treasurer of Badminton Canada from 1998-2002, saw the need for increased private funding for junior athletes in light of pending government cut backs and increased competition from around the world.

Together with former doubles partner and national champion, Rolf Paterson, the fund was created with the intention of assisting Canada’s next generation of junior athletes, who needed financial support to train at a level comparable with the dominant nations in the world.

Since 2006, the Perpetual Excellence Foundation has grown in scope and size to become the single largest direct supporter of junior badminton in Canada.

Sadly, 2008 saw the passing of Bruce Rollick, whose leadership and involvement with the Foundation can never be replaced.

It is in his spirit that we move forward, seeking to develop the best talents our country has to offer in hopes of claiming medals for Canada at major World and Olympic caliber events.

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