BMHA to Host Equipment Drive for Northern Communities on December 16, News (Brantford Minor Hockey Association)

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BMHA to Host Equipment Drive for Northern Communities on December 16
Submitted By Rob Symons on Thursday, November 30, 2017
Hockey unites us like no other sport, but there are many of our youth living in remote northern communities that are unable to play hockey. Access and affordability of hockey equipment is very difficult for many families to attain.

Do you have any hockey equipment that your kids have outgrown or no longer use?

BMHA is collecting skates, sticks, helmets, jerseys, gloves, etc. Donations will be thankfully accepted on Saturday, December 16th at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre from 9 am to 3 pm.


Collected items are shipped by True North Aid to help Canadian children in our struggling northern communities.

We are also accepting donations of winter coats, clothing, blankets, and bedding.

For more information, please contact Patty DeJong via email at [email protected]


About True North Aid

True North Aid exists to give hope to people in Northern Canada by providing support and practical humanitarian aid to communities who need it most. True North Aid is a registered Canadian charity.

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