Blues for Kids, the charitable trust of the St. Louis Blues, has a mission to positively impact programs and services that improve health and wellness of youth in the St. Louis area.

Thanks to the commitment of Blues players, alumni, volunteers and fans, Blues for Kids has contributed more than $11 million to the St. Louis community.

Blues for Kids focuses on four areas of giving, which include cancer care and awareness, health and wellness, education and youth hockey development.

Board of Trustees - Bruce Affleck, Mike Caruso, Steve Chapman, Mike Claiborne, Dennis Hennessy, Donn Lux, Scott McCuaig, Sarah Melinger, Bruce Rubin, Phil Siddle, Tom Stillman, Jo Ann Taylor Kindle, Jim Woodcock and Chris Zimmerman.


Prior to Blues for Kids, the Blues' charitable efforts were made under The 14 Fund, which honored the legacy of former Blue Doug Wickenheiser.

Wickenheiser scored the game-winning goal in the Monday Night Miracle - one of the greatest moments in franchise history - in 1986.

Unfortunately, Wickenheiser passed away after a battle with cancer in 1999 at the age of 37.

The 14 Fund continues to serve as the Blues' platform for cancer care and awareness initiatives under the Blues for Kids umbrella. These initiatives include the team's Hockey Fights Cancer efforts.

The 14 Fund supports all forms of cancer research - in children and adults alike.