FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- The Arizona Coyotes Foundation proudly announced today that the official charitable arm of the Arizona Coyotes has donated $619,000 to local charitable and youth hockey organizations in the Valley. Since its inception in 1996, the Arizona Coyotes Foundation has raised millions of dollars that have helped hundreds of non-profit organizations in Arizona.
"The Arizona Coyotes Foundation is committed to giving back to our community," said Coyotes Majority Owner, Chairman and Governor Andrew Barroway. "With the support of our corporate partners, private donors and fans, the Arizona Coyotes are creating positive change in the Valley of the Sun and impacting the lives of many."
The following organizations and programs have received grants from the Arizona Coyotes Foundation for the 2016-17 season.
2. Arizona Broadway Theatre
3. Arizona Amateur Hockey Association
4. Arizona Council on Economic Education
5. Arizona Science Center
6. Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix
7. Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts
8. Desert Hockey Development
9. Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona
11. Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona
12. Make Way for Books
13. Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation
14. Phoenix Coyotes Sled Hockey Association
15. Playworks Arizona
16. Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
17. Southwest Human Development
18. Special Olympics Arizona
19. St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance
20. The Salvation Army
21. UMOM New Day Centers
22. Veterans Tickets Foundation
23. Veterans Heritage Project
The Arizona Coyotes Foundation seeks to enhance the quality of life throughout Arizona communities by supporting non-profit organizations that promote healthcare, education and cultural arts programs for children and service men and women. The Foundation is dedicated to health and wellness programs that stimulate the growth of youth sports and financially supporting programs that encourage teamwork skills while building future leaders in our community. For more information on the Arizona Coyotes Foundation, please visit www.ArizonaCoyotes.com/Foundation.