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Minor Hockey Foundation Ontario www.hockeyfoundation.ca
About us… Established in 2000 Not-for-profit corporation Offers opportunities for children in the entire province of Ontario
About Us… Offers three programs 1. Wally Scott Bursary 2. Financial Relief 3. Let’s Learn Hockey
Wally Scott Bursary Provides minor hockey players with financial assistance to continue their education to the post-secondary level. Applicants must abide by a criteria outlining their contribution to the community as well as maintaining a commitment to their education 2008 Recipient, Josh Breedyk of Port Dover, ON
Financial Relief Assists financially- challenged minor hockey players with funds to continue or get a start in the game. Applicants must complete a strict set of guidelines to receive funding. Funding is sent directly to the minor hockey association to ensure money is allocated to registration fees.
Let’s Learn Hockey Partnerships with Children’s Aid Society (CAS), Big Brothers & Big Sisters (BBBS) and local minor hockey associations. 30-35 kids per year Receive new equipment, attend a skills clinic and subsidy for the following season’s registration Past LLHP include Lindsay, Leamington, Kingston and Georgetown.
Let’s Learn Hockey Let’s Learn Hockey 2006 Kingston, Ontario
Let’s Learn Hockey Tim Nash of Kingston helps a young player with skill development OHL player Luke Pither joins players for on-ice instruction and autographs in Kingston
Let’s Learn Hockey Tom & Denise Moxam (far right) present a donation of $5,000 towards the Let’s Learn Hockey Program to MHF President, John Archibald Through the help of CCM and other donations, new players to hockey receive equipment
Let’s Learn Hockey Hall of Fame Coach Roger Neilson and NHLPA Goals & Dreams Rep, Steve Larmer help a child with his equipment Children participate in several off-ice activities for team building and play
Let’s Learn Hockey Players are preparing their “game-face” in Leamington As NHL Linesman Marc Pare looks on, a player tries to score during the Shootout
Let’s Learn Hockey Let’s Learn Hockey Volunteer and “Chris” are all smiles after receiving new equipment Hall of Famer Johnny Bower signs autographs for players in Georgetown
How You Can Help Financial Donations Community Events In Memory or Tribute Monthly Giving Planned Giving Volunteering
Questions & Discussion Minor Hockey Foundation Ontario 25 Brodie Drive, Unit 3 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3K7 P: 905-780-6642 x231 F: 905-780-0344 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hockeyfoundation.ca