Hath's Hero of the Year Nominations Now Open
Garnet Hathaway launched Hath's Heroes in 2019 to give back to first respondersby Washington Capitals @capitals / WashingtonCaps.com
ARLINGTON, Va. - Nominations are now open for the first annual Hath's Hero of the Year, created by Capitals forward Garnet Hathaway to honor a local first responder with a special Capitals and Hath's Heroes experience.
The Hath's Hero of the Year will receive four tickets to the Capitals March 31 game, a Hathaway jersey, Hath's Heroes pucks for all 4 guests, and a postgame meet and greet with Hathaway.
Click here to nominate a local hero.
Hathaway launched Hath's Heroes in 2019 to provide tickets to Capitals games to local first responders. Postgame, Hathaway meets the ticket recipients and gives them a tour of the Capitals locker room. In addition to donating tickets, Hathaway visits local fire and police stations throughout the season and spends time with first responders.
Hathaway's great-grandfather, Garnet Mcelroy, was a firefighter in Winnipeg, and his experiences inspired Hathaway to launch Hath's Heroes.