The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has partnered with the Tiger Woods Foundation to host Tiger Woods Learning Center (TWLC) Night on Wednesday, Feb. 16 vs. the Washington Capitals at Honda Center (7:05 p.m.). The entire evening will carry a TWLC theme as fans in attendance will be given the opportunity to raise funds for the TWLC.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming children who benefit from programs at the Tiger Woods Learning Center,” said Ducks Director of Community Relations Wendy Yamagishi. “We’re fortunate to have an opportunity to showcase a fabulous resource for youth in our community.”
In celebration and to raise awareness of TWLC Night, the first 8,000 Ducks fans in attendance will receive an orange Tiger Woods Foundation rally towel upon entrance to Honda Center. Fans will also get to see a few of the youth who benefit from TWLC programs as they will serve as a Zamboni rider and Honorary Duck (watch warm-ups from the penalty box). Prior to puck drop, several TWLC students and teachers will be honored as community heroes at center ice.
Fundraising opportunities will take place at the Fan Relations booth near Section 213 on the concourse, where supporters can bid on silent auction items including a Tiger Woods-signed Ducks jersey and a Ducks team-signed TWLC pin flag. In addition, a limited edition Tiger Woods Foundation “T-Dub” stuffed tiger, wearing an Anaheim Ducks jersey, will be on sale for $15 at the Ducks Community Relations table outside Section 212. All proceeds from the silent auction and “T-Dub” stuffed tiger will benefit programs of the TWLC.
Tickets to next Wednesday’s contest vs. Washington are still available and can be purchased online at AnaheimDucks.com, by phone with Ticketmaster at (714) 703-2545 or in person at the Honda Center box office.About the Tiger Woods Foundation
Since 1996 the Tiger Woods Foundation has reached more than 10 million young people by delivering unique experiences and innovative educational opportunities for youth worldwide. Specific programs of the Foundation include The Tiger Woods Learning Center, a one-of-a-kind, 35,000-square-foot education facility custom-built for the underserved youth of Southern California. Located in Anaheim, everything at the TWLC is about active participation and hands-on learning. Our students build and launch rockets, land planes via a flight simulator, play golf and create their own animated films. Classes include: forensic science, aerospace, engineering, robotics and graphic design. For more information, please visit tigerwoodsfoundation.org