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All applications for the 2021-2022 season are due by December 3rd.

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We'll ensure 100% of your donation goes to subsidizing hockey registration fees for canadian youth.

Our new Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund works daily to make hockey more by enabling Canadian youth to experience the power of play through Canada's game.

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MORE THAN 1,750 ASSISTS GIVEN

We provided more than 1,700 kids with registration fee funding for the 2021/2022 season.

More than 580 of these young players were from the BIPOC community.

Thank you for supporting Canadian youth.

Please check back to find out about future funding opportunities.

Have a safe and happy year.

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Meet some of our Assist Fund all-stars

COVID-19 has challenged so many Canadians’ financial stability. The need for support to keep kids in hockey is real. Meet a few of the amazing young people the Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund has had the honour of supporting.

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Wyatt
Age 12, HOCKEY EASTERN ONTARIO

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund allowed Wyatt Fitton to break out of his shell and embrace the game, and it gave the Fitton family immeasurable support when it needed it most.

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Brennan
AGE 14, SASKATOON MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (HOCKEY SASKATCHEWAN)

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund allowed Jocelyn Campeau’s son Brennan to build important relationships with his coaches, and build confidence on and off the ice.

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Jose
Age 11, Brantford Church (Ontario Hockey Federation)

“I really love hockey and I wish with all my heart to improve and demonstrate to people that if you want, you can … even though you learned late.” – Jose

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Everly
Age 7, Tricities Female LHA (BC Hockey)

“‘Is your baby Canadian? Because she's really watching that hockey game!’ Those were the surprising words I was told at a hotel breakfast when Everly was three months old. She was born with hockey in her blood, something her single mom knew nothing about!” – Everly’s mom

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