The Edmonton Oilers Charity Golf Tournament was held in September and featured the current Oilers roster and coaches. The event kicked off with a Golf Reception on Wednesday, September 7 with the tournament following on Thursday, September 8.
Alternating annually with the Edmonton Oilers Charity Golf Tournament, each fall, the entire roster of the Edmonton Oilers, along with Oilers Alumni and Management, comes together at Rogers Place for an unforgettable evening of Vegas-style glitz and glam, in support of the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation and local partner charities.
Join the fight! Through Hockey Fights Cancer, the NHL and the NHLPA are committed to raising funds and awareness for hockey's most important fight. Each November, Hockey Fights Cancer makes its return to the concourse of Rogers Place. Spearheaded by the Oilers Ladies, Hockey Fights Cancer gives fans the opportunity to support this worthy cause by purchasing limited-edition Oilers items with net proceeds going to the Kids With Cancer's Brainworks program and the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation.
The Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation proudly celebrate diversity and inclusion in hockey, through Hockey Is For Everyone alongside the National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players' Association. The initiative focuses on awareness and activities with organizations that celebrate all people who play or watch hockey, including fans of every race, colour, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and ability.
Hockey Talks is an initiative that encourages a conversation about mental health by bringing awareness, increasing dialogue surrounding stigma and offering effective treatment and resources. Fans and supporters are encouraged to join the conversation and lend their voices through social media by using the hashtag #HockeyTalks. Collectively, fans will have the opportunity to share personal messages and messages of support to create an atmosphere of open dialogue and awareness about mental health and alleviate some of the misconceptions and stigma associated with mental illness.