ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues and Ameren Missouri are proud to announce the plans for the 2017-18 Power Play Goals for Kids program.
For the third consecutive season, Ameren Missouri and Blues For Kids have pledged to donate $200 to a local charity for each power-play goal scored by the Blues during the regular season.
The program, which last year raised over $11,000, will launch during the Blues home game on Wednesday, Oct. 25 vs Calgary.
The total donation for the season will go to the charity that receives the most public votes.
Starting on Friday, Dec. 1, and stretching until Wednesday, Jan. 31, the public can cast their votes by visiting AmerenMissouri.com/Blues and clicking on the "Power Play" tab. The winning charity will be announced on Sunday, Feb. 4. A check presentation will take place at the end of the Blues season on Wednesday, April 4.
During the 2016-17 season, local charity Marygrove was named the Power Play Goals for Kids winner and received just over $11,000. Runners-up Girls on the Run, Kidsmart and Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments each received $1,000 from Ameren Missouri and Blues for Kids.
To learn more about the Power Play Goals for Kids program, please visit www.AmerenMissouri.com/Blues.