The Washington Capitals players and their wives and girlfriends invite you to the 2007 Amazing Auction benefiting Washington Capitals Charities, The H.O.Y.A. Clinic and Shooting Stars Foundation (SSF). This year’s event will take place after the Caps game on Sunday, March 18, from 4-6:30 p.m. in the Acela Club located on the second floor of Verizon Center.
Tickets are $100 each and include dinner, drinks, the chance to mingle with your favorite Caps players, get autographs, win door prizes and participate in the silent auction! Tickets are limited so act fast!CLICK HERE
to download the Amazing Auction ticket order form. Please fax your completed form to 202-266-2360. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact the Washington Capitals at 202-266-2395 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. Washington Capitals Charities
Created in 2000, Washington Capitals Charities is the non profit entity of the Washington Capitals. The Washington Capitals and Washington Capitals Charities are dedicated to the enhancement and development of the community that has supported them for so many years. Washington Capitals Charities offers unique resources and programs to other charities and organizations on behalf of the Washington Capitals. The H.O.Y.A. Clinic
The work of H.O.Y.A. clinicians is to identify what is causing emotional or behavioral difficulties in children, and then help the child and family determine more beneficial means of dealing with these pathways. The clinic provides individual and family therapy for children and their families from birth to adolescence.Shooting Stars Foundation (SSF)
Shooting Stars is a non profit organization co-created by Washington Capitals defenseman Jamie Heward. Heward wanted to give something back to the people who have supported him throughout his hockey career. The foundation’s mission is to provide financial support to registered children’s charities whose activities involve the prevention and relief of sickness and disability or the participation and education for youth in sports. This spring, SSF is working with Autism Resource Centre in Heward’s hometown community to increase autism awareness and raise funds to sponsor their summer programs and adventure camp.