For over 16 years the Annual Charity Road Hockey Challenge has been raising money for charity. The Toronto Charity Road Hockey Challenge was first organized in 1999 by members in the GTA community. It was such a success that Lindsay, Ontario formed the Lindsay BIA Charity Road Hockey Challenge in 2011.
This one day event brings together neighbours, families, athletes, hockey fans, local business owners and from all parts of the city to have fun while raising money for worthy causes. March of Dimes Canada in partnership with United Way, is honoured to be the recipient of funds raised from is event.
MODC's Non-Profit Housing Corporation 1st Annual Sudbury Road Hockey Tournament
Saturday, August 13, 2016
The goal of the Sudbury Road Hockey tournament is to raise $1,500 for the Acquired Brain Injury supportive housing complex in Sudbury. Team registration is $100 and players are asked to raise pledge donations with proceeds going to the NPHC ABI supportive housing complex on Bancraft Drive for persons with Aquired Brain Injury.
The tournament will take place between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Long Lake Playground, 4472 Long Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario.
Refreshments will be available along with raffle prizes.
Click here to register or to donate to the event.
For more information please contact Marty Scheer at:
Charitable Registration number 13717 6830 RR0001
5th Annual Lindsay Charity Road Hockey Challenge and Family Street Festival
May 24, 2015
Now in its 5th year, the Lindsay BIA Annual Charity Road Hockey Challenge has been raising money by organizing an annual road hockey challenge in Lindsay, Ontario.
On Sunday, May 24, 2015, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., part of Kent Street (between Victoria and Cambridge Street) in Lindsay was transformed into makeshift road hockey rinks in support of the 5th Annual Lindsay BIA Charity Road Hockey Challenge. A fun filled day of traditional "Charity Road Hockey". Adult co-ed teams were formed with a minimum of 6 players and a maximum of 12 players, plus a goalie. Play was 3 on 3 plus a goalie and each player was asked to raise a minimum of $50 in pledges and there is a team registration fee of $100, with funds raised going to benefit March of Dimes Canada's program and services for children and adults with disabilities. Each team played a minimum of 3 games.
The Grand Restaurant was the event's headquarters and co-owner Charlie MacDonald, has been a huge supporter of this event from the beginning.
“I am so excited to be working with the Lindsay BIA and be a part of this event again! It just keeps getting bigger and better –and every dollar raised stays in the community,” says Regional Fundraising Coordinator, Sandra Clements.
We want to extend our congratulations to the winning team "Purdy Good" and we hope to see everyone back next year!
For more information, or to host your own fundraiser please contact March of Dimes Canada:
1-800-263-3463 ext. 7290