Join us at the game starting at 1:00 pm (tickets available at the door or by calling (978) 238-8181 or on our website www.hockeycaresforkids.org.
A 501(c)(3) charitable organization, Hockey Cares' mission is to utilize the popularity of the game of hockey to enhance the quality of life of economically underprivileged youth and their families.
Our goal is to use lessons learned on the ice as players and teammates to foster character and a shared sense of community responsibility, both of which are critical for successful personal and interpersonal development.
Hockey Cares aims to help urban youth develop integrity, respect, accountability, character, self- discipline, personal responsibility and teamwork.
The Bruins Alumni Association has raised more than $5 million for local charities and youth hockey programs. It is through the support, generosity and interest of you and our sponsors that we have been able to achieve that goal.
When the Bruins legends skate onto the ice, hockey history comes alive again.
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The Curry College Hockey Team’s Annual Teddy Bear Toss fundraising event will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7th when the Colonels take on the UMASS Boston Beacons. This is the 5th consecutive year that the Curry College Hockey team has hosted this fundraising event. This year’s even is in conjunction with Hockey Cares For Kids. An organization whose mission is to utilize the game of hockey to enhance the quality of life of economically underprivileged youth. The annual Teddy Bear Toss event has been raising money and collecting bears/toys for the less fortunate during the holiday season since its initiation in 2014 and continues to have an emotional impact on recipients and participants alike.
Come show the team your support and see a great game. Game stars at 6:50 pm and if you bring a Teddy Bear donation you get free admission.
In the week leading up to the game the players from the hockey team will have a booth set up in the Student Center for people to buy a Teddy Bear Toss T-shirt, buy a teddy bear to toss, or make a donation of some kind. Then during the game, once the Colonels score their first goal you get to throw your Teddy Bear on to the ice in celebration of the goal.
We had a great day in Malden at the Malden YMCA bringing our Hockey in the Street program and our anti-bullying message to kids who had never played hockey before. Bruins Alumni players David A. Jensen, Glen Featherstone and DAJ Hockey Instructor Shawn Hogan presented the program and oversaw the instruction and game.
Mayor Gary Christenson stopped by to say hello to the kids and the parents and to welcome Hockey Cares For Kids to Malden.
Malden's top Comic, David Russo stopped by to talk to the kids about diversity and inclusion and how important the game of hockey, making good decisions and being kind to others have all been in his life.
Hockey Cares For Kids partnered with Joe Crowley of Malden's Pisa Pizza, Malden Housing Authority and the Malden YMCA. Thank you all for your generous support.
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Along w/ Bricks and Minifigs Mansfield we're thrilled to announce we are their November Charity of the Month partner ... Hockey Cares, Inc. w/ Boston Bruins Alumni & '84 USA Olympian David A. Jensen. Great giveaways in store during meet & greet w/ Dave Jensen in early December (date tbd) so stop by for more details - no purchase necessary!
#HockeyCaresforKids is making a positive social impact in communities throughout Massachusetts and New England after-school and during summer months with their free youth street hockey skills & learn to skate clinics run by NHL pros supported by their anti-bullying programs. Bricks and Minifigs Mansfield will be donating a % of monthly sales beginning this weekend throughout November, along with all profits from sales of the branded Jensen #44 LEGO hockey player we're producing.
THANK YOU CURRY COLLEGE HOCKEY fOR PARTNERING WITH HOCKEY CARES FOR KIDS and delivering great messages and lessons
The Curry College Hockey team partnered with the charity, Hockey Cares For Kids (Hockey Cares, Inc.) to host a free street hockey clinic in the Miller Gym for kids aged 6-13. The clinic featured former Boston Bruins players Tom Songin, David Jensen, and Glen Featherstone, who provided instruction on power shooting, supervised games, and shared life skills.
Tribute to Rick Middleton's career and first annual fundraising comedy benefit for Hockey Cares for Kids (hockey Cares, Inc.). This event happened on October 9th, 2018 at Showcase Live at Patriots Place, Foxboro, MA. Many Bruins alumni and legendary sports figures attended and supported our team and Rick Middleton. The Hockey Cares For Kids Board of Directors appreciates every sponsor for their support and generosity.
NORFOLK SHERIFF MICHAEL BELLOTTI PARTNERS WITH HOCKEY CArES TO PRESENT Anti-Bullying Appearance in Dedham, MA
A fun night at Dedham Middle school at our anti-bullying street hockey event. Norfolk Sheriff Michael Bellotti sponsored the event that Bruins Alumni and Hockey Cares For Kids staff to Dedham for the evening. The hockey pos provided the Dedham youth with a street hockey skills clinic and an anti-bullying message that helps to create safe schools and communities.
Special guests included NHL Alumni Glen Featherstone, Frank Simonetti and David A. Jensen along with ex-Brown University star Katie Guay.
Sheriff michael bellotti, papa gino's and hockey cares for kids team up to support Weymouth, MA kids
Boston Bruins Youth Hockey Ambassador and former NHLer Tommy Songin joined fellow NHL Alumni Glen Featherstone and David A. Jensen for a "Hockey Cares, Inc.'s" Anti-Bullying street hockey clinic in Weymouth last night.
The event was made possible by Sheriff Mike Bellotti and the Norfolk County Sheriff's Office
A great group of kids (and parents) received had fun, made new friends, learned new skills and even enjoyed free pizza!
Bruins Alumni David A. Jensen and Glen Featherstone visited the street hockey rink at Brill Field in Quincy on June 30 in an event made possible by the Norfolk County Sheriff Michael Bellotti.
The youngsters braved the heat and participated in an anti-bullying discussion, learned hockey skills and had fun playing street hockey games!