LAS VEGAS - The Foley Family Charitable Foundation and the Vegas Golden Knights American Hockey League affiliate team, the Chicago Wolves, announced today a joint donation of an additional $200,000 to support the victims of Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas and the first responders who have worked fearlessly and tirelessly from the moment tragedy struck.
The Foley Family Charitable Foundation and the Chicago Wolves each contributed $100,000 toward the donation. This brings the total contributed by the Foley Family Charitable Foundation to $200,000.
The Vegas Golden Knights Foundation, Foley Family Charitable Foundation, Chicago Wolves and NHL have combined to donate $500,000 towards relief efforts in Las Vegas to date.
In addition, under the banner "Vegas Strong," the NHL, its clubs and the players will honor the victims at season-opening games this week and provide additional assistance through pledge drives and other ventures as the NHL family comes together to support Las Vegas.
All donated funds will be administered by The Vegas Golden Knights Foundation. Fans and members of the hockey community who wish to support these efforts can donate through The Vegas Golden Knights Foundation. For more information, please visit NHL.com or VegasGoldenKnights.com.