ST. LOUIS - For the sixth consecutive season, the St. Louis Blues and Ameren Missouri will once again present the Power Play Goals for Kids program during the 2020-21 season.
The program, which raised $24,500 last year, will launch on Monday, Feb. 1.
For every power-play goal the Blues score during their regular season, Ameren Missouri and Blues for Kids will donate $500 to a local children's charity. Four finalist charities will be announced on Friday, Feb. 26, with the winning charity to be decided by public vote. Online voting will be open Monday, March 1 through Wednesday, March 31, and the winning charity will be announced on Monday, April 5.
"Ameren Missouri is proud to once again join with the Blues in supporting the Power Play Goals for Kids initiative and helping make an impact in the lives of young people across the region," said Marty Lyons, chairman and president of Ameren Missouri. "We want to encourage Blues fans everywhere to help join in this fun and rewarding program by helping us choose this year's local youth charity, and rooting the Blues on to more power play goals and wins throughout the season."
During the 2019-20 season, local charity Midwest Children's Burn Camp was named the Power Play Goals for Kids winner.
To learn more about the Power Play Goals for Kids program, please visit www.amerenmissouri.com/blues.