FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Monday, December 2, 2019
GLENDALE, ARIZONA - The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the Arizona Coyotes Foundation, in conjunction with FOX Sports Arizona, will be holding a charity broadcast during the Coyotes versus the Chicago Blackhawks game on Thursday, December 12. All funds raised during the broadcast, in-arena and online, will be donated to the Phoenix Children's Hospital and its Hope Fund, which helps launch critical new programs, purchase essential equipment, conduct cutting-edge research, provide charitable care, and much more. The broadcast will begin on FOX Sports Arizona at 6:30 p.m. with the "Coyotes Live" pre-game show.
Fans that donate $150 will receive their choice of a signed stick from Coyotes Captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson , Phil Kessel or Clayton Keller along with two (2) lower level tickets to the Coyotes versus Minnesota Wild game on December 19. Fans that donate $400 will receive all three (3) signed player sticks including six (6) lower level tickets to the Coyotes versus Wild game. All sticks can be picked up outside gate three (3) at Gila River Arena on December 19 midway through the third period. All tickets will be texted to donors.
Donations can be made by calling 623-266-9645 on Thursday, December 12 from 6 p.m. through the end of the game. Phone calls will be answered by Coyotes wives and girlfriends, local Arizona celebrities and media personalities.
Fans can also donate by visiting arizonacoyotes.com/telethon or by texting "PCH" to 243725 to complete donations. Fans may also visit sections 110 and 122 at Gila River Arena for assistance with online donations or to make cash and check donations. Fans can follow the telethon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @ArizonaCoyotes or by searching the hashtag #CoyotesGiveBack.
The mission of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation is 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.