Hockey Fights Cancer Day Raises Over $60K for Canadian Cancer Society and Stedman Community Hospice
With tremendous participation from our Brantford Minor Hockey Association (BMHA) players, volunteers, donors, and community as a whole, we are extremely proud of the success generated from our second annual BMHA Hockey Fights Cancer (HFC) Day. Following a 12-game event in 2022 which raised $21K, this year’s 23-game event shattered our goal and raised over $60K. All proceeds will be donated directly to both the Canadian Cancer Society and Stedman Community Hospice. The 2023 HFC Day will be remembered as an important milestone in BMHA’s endeavor to help honor and support friends and families in our community who have been impacted by cancer. With your continued support, we certainly hope to translate this year’s success to future HFC events which will help the cancer fighters of our community and further enlighten our younger generation of the world outside of hockey.
We would like to thank our BMHA community for all your support and especially to our donors for their overwhelming generosity, which played a significant role in the success of this event.
CONGRATULATIONS BRANTFORD MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION AND EVERYONE INVOLVED IN THIS AMAZING ENDEAVOUR!
ABOUT HOCKEY FIGHTS CANCER
Founded in 1998 by the National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players' Association, Hockey Fights Cancer unites the hockey community in support of people with cancer and their families. Together as coaches, players, and fans we look to inspire hope and courage for those who are living with, going through and moving past cancer.
Leading up to Hockey Fights Cancer Day, our 99ers teams were been busy fundraising online for the Canadian Cancer Society. Check out the 99ers fundraising page and view specific team results by clicking "Roster".