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Hockey Fights Cancer

By DYHA Communications, 11/08/18, 5:30PM MST

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Want to be a part of Hockey Fights CancerTM this November just like your favorite NHL® team or player?  Now you can join us in the fight! HFC Assist allows youth hockey teams across the country to join the NHL and the NHLPA in Hockey Fights CancerTM. Beginning this November through April, teams can earn exclusive rewards by fundraising in support of Hockey Fights Cancer.

Hockey Fights Cancer TM was founded in 1998 by the NHL and the NHLPA to unite the hockey community in support of cancer patients and their families.  Together, the NHL, the NHLPA and the American Cancer Society look to inspire hope and courage for those who are living with, going through, and moving past cancer. Funds raised by you will go to support patient services such as the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge® and Road to Recovery® programs for cancer patients and their families.

We have already signed up DYHA and really hope you help us reach our goal. 

To DONATE, go to this link:   https://www.crowdrise.com/o/ en/campaign/dyha-jr-sun- devils-hockey-fights-cancer

The sooner you start fundraising, the quicker we can start qualifying for the rewards below:

  • $250 – a Hockey Fights Cancer certificate
  • $1,500- One (1) sets of exclusive Hockey Fights CancerTM Upper Deck trading cards for each team member
  • $5,000 - Hockey Fights Cancer puck
  • $10,000 Hockey Fights Cancer Rewards Pack which includes personalized hats and t-shirts for each team member and a signed picture by an NHL Player for the team
  • Overall Top Fundraiser (in the US and in Canada) - official NHL recognition plaque

Don’t forget to share your story and post pictures of your team using the hashtag #HockeyFightsCancer.

For questions about HFC Assist or how to get started reach out to Evie Goulding at the American Cancer Society, evie.goulding@cancer.org.  We hope you’ll join the NHL and NHLPA, this November to support Hockey Fights CancerTM and help unite the hockey community in the fight against cancer.