Hockey Canada Foundation

Hockey Canada Foundation Impact


Since becoming an official charity in 2000, we have donated over $13.3 million to various grassroots programs across Canada, and raised over $9.6 million through fundraising events in partnership with our generous donors and supporters. All of this work has come from, and is driven by our three core pillars – Enabling every Canadian to have access to hockey, educating players, coaches and volunteers, and Engaging Canadians with hockey's unique ability to promote the best aspects of Canada.

Enable

To enable hockey means to make the game a reality for people who might otherwise never get the chance to play. It’s a goal that comes from our deeply-held belief that all Canadians should be included in the game – regardless of their gender, geography, socio-economic status, or background.

Educate

Hockey Canada ensures that players, coaches, and parents all have access to the best available information and resources on hockey. We are dedicated to keeping the game growing in a manner that is driven by information and healthy, sustainable practices.

Engage

We believe hockey represents and promotes the absolute best parts of Canada. We work to use the game as a tool to engage the Canadian public with the constructive values of honesty, hard-work, inclusion, and integrity. For years we have been building around hockey in the pursuit of building a better Canada.

The Hockey Canada Foundation relies on donors like you

The Hockey Canada Foundation relies on donations and volunteers to keep our various grassroot hockey programs funded and running. Join the Hockey Canada Foundation today, and help us in reaching our goal of uniting Canada coast to coast  to coast through hockey.

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2019 HCF: Dreams Come True in Thunder Bay
The Hockey Canada Foundation partnered with Hockey Northwestern Ontario and PRO Kids to get 28 Thunder Bay-area kids into the game and on the ice.
TCAA: Fantasy becomes reality for KPMG
For the 10th year, the Team Canada Alumni Association and KPMG partnered on a fantasy game for clients in Calgary.
2018 TCAA: Hitting the links for hockey
With the support of 30 sponsors, 150 golfers braved the cold and took to the course Sept. 18 at the Lakeside Greens Golf Club in Chestermere, Alta.