Classrooms in schools across New England are invited to enter their favorite book into a bracket-style competition in which students and educators vote to select the ultimate winner. Winners will be chosen weekly and will receive various Bruins and VELCRO® Brand prizes.
The Boston Bruins Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that assists charitable organizations that demonstrate a commitment to enhancing the quality of life for children throughout New England.
Join the Boston Bruins Foundaton and Bay State Cruise lines for the annual Boston Bruins Harbor Cruise on Wednesday, July 18. Enjoy an evening of music and entertainment with Bruins alumni and special guests, along with a silent auction and a variety of raffle items all while helping the 2018 Boston Bruins Foundation Pan-Massachusetts Challenge Bike Team. The event is 21+ and valid identification is required prior to boarding. All net proceeds will benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation Bike Team riding in the Pan-Mass Challenge, a two-day, 190-mile route which runs from Sturbridge to Provincetown, MA.
Bruins Academy offers a number of youth hockey programs throughout the year for kids of all ages. Develop your skills and bring your game to the next level through programs that create a strong ice hockey foundation with a focus on leadership, teamwork, and fun.
Being a great player is more than just physical work. At Bruins Academy, we know that school is also an important part of hockey development, because you learn to think critically and develop strong mental skills. Take part in a number of programs like our Curriculum, School Assembly Program, and many more.
BFit's mission is to encourage movement and promote healthier living throughout New England. Boston Bruins pledge to use their expertise in professional strength & conditioning, nutrition, physical therapy, and community as a platform to bring fitness to everyone in the community. Why fitness? Not everyone is a professional hockey player, but everyone can agree on the importance of health, wellness, and exercise.
The Community Playmaker program is simply about giving thanks. Giving thanks and recognizing those members in our community who are dedicated to improving the lives of others and being a force of good.
Hockey Fights Cancer is an initiative founded in December 1998 by the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players' Association to raise money and awareness for hockey's most important fight.
On January 30th the Boston Bruins are teaming up with the American Heart Association as Tufts Medical Center presents the 12th annual Heart Health Night. Children and adults affected by heart disease will be in attendance and all in-game fundraising will benefit the America Heart Association. Join the Bruins in raising awareness and show your support by wearing red to the game.