Welcome to the Fleury 14 organization.

 

Founded by former NHL player, Theoren Fleury, Fleury 14’s mission is to help people overcome obstacles by igniting leadership, action and resilience from within.

Theo Fleury is a dynamic public speaker and audience facilitator. His varied events and experiential workshops not only entertain, but also empower guests to tackle old issues from a fresh perspective.

By sharing his personal story of rising triumphantly from a difficult childhood and storied hockey career, Theo is able to establish unprecedented connection with people and invite meaningful dialogue in a safe environment.

Guests will leave an engagement with Theo feeling motivated to confront obstacles head on, truly understanding that change is possible and heartened that quitting is never an option.

 

What they are saying about theo

Having Theo Fleury come share his story has been one of the most profound talks I have ever heard, his ability to reach the audience with his powerful message was incredible, you could hear a pin drop at times with the strength of his words.
— William Yoachim (Executive Director, Kwumut Lelum Child and Family Services)
 
Theo’s story is truly inspirational...it was an honor for me to meet Theo and share the hope of recovery. He is genuine when he shares and speaks from the heart. As an individual, he is warm, personable and approachable...thank you for coming to Saint John and sharing your message of healing and hope.
— Judy Urquhart (MSW Executive Director, Gentle Path Counselling Services)
 
Theo exceeded any and every expectation we had.
He was simply amazing and his connection with everyone in the room was phenomenal.
— Jon DeActis (Director, Mission Services of London)
 
His raw honesty moved the audience members and touched each of us still to this day. It gave such a feeling of hope as the youth were held totally engaged by what he shared... a wonderful being – a truly strong soul – he is a surviour!
— Jennifer Belhumeur (Self Help Facilitator & Public Relations Coordinator, CMHA Parkland)