The St. Louis Blues give back to the community through appearances and special events, but in 2018-19, several of the players are also donating tickets and suites to children and families associated with St. Louis area charitable organizations.
Blues forward Ryan O'Reilly and the Blues for Kids Foundation announce the 90's Mighty RO'R program. 90's Mighty RO'R will provide an unforgettable Blues game experience to young all-stars from the Greater St. Louis region.
Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester has donated a Skybox Suite to children associated with Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis to each home game at Enterprise Center. Click below to learn more about or make a donation to the Ronal McDonald House.
To honor and remember his sister Mandi Schwartz, Blues forward Jaden Schwartz has invited families that have experienced the loss of a sibling to select Blues home games at Enterprise Center. Postgame each family receives a gift pack and meet and greet with Jaden Schwartz. All families are affiliated with Friends of Kids with Cancer.
Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo and Dave Steward, chairman and founder of World Wide Technology, welcome groups from the United Way of Greater St. Louis to each Blues home game. Each group enjoys the game from a Club Level Suite and is welcomed on the center-hung scoreboard.
Blues goalie Jake Allen has invited children associated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri to select home games at Enterprise Center. Each group receives a gift pack, as well as a postgame meet and greet with Allen. Learn more or donate by clicking below.
Blues forward Ryan O'Reilly is inviting children and their families who battle life-threatening illnesses or live in underserved communities to enjoy the game from a club level suite at Enterprise Center. All guests receive in-suite food and beverage, a T-shirt, puck and a postgame meet and greet.
Patients and families from St. Louis Children's Hospital will have the opportunity to attend select home games at Enterprise Center courtesy of Blues forward Brayden Schenn. In addition, each family will get to watch warm-ups form the Blues bench. Learn more about St. Louis Children's Hospital and become a Guardian of Childhood by clicking below.