The NHLPA Goals & Dreams Game-Changer Award was launched in 2010 to provide grants of up to $2,000 to children and communities facing unique economic or social challenges.
The Game-Changer Award is overseen by the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund to address critical needs outside the program’s focus on providing equipment grants to grassroots hockey organizations around the world.
The Game-Changer Award is designed to help individual families with unforeseen financial needs. The costs of registration fees and/or hockey equipment may be provided to families whose children have been impacted by job loss, divorce, illness, or death. Communities requiring assistance with emergency upgrades and repairs in order to keep an arena operable are also eligible for the award.
Qualifying families and communities can complete an online form to apply for individual grants.
SOURCE FOR SPORTS
Source For Sports is the official equipment supplier of the NHLPA’s Goals & Dreams Game-Changer Award. Recipients of these awards will get the true experience of visiting a local Source For Sports retail store to purchase new gear.
Source For Sports has over 150 independently owned stores across Canada. It is more than just a place to buy hockey equipment. It’s where you’ll find the knowledge and passion to get you into the right gear. The right fit, the right advice, the right equipment.
Visit sourceforsports.com to find the closest retailer to you.
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