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50/50 Rollover

The EOCF will be carrying forward the unclaimed 50/50 prize of $76,125 to the Oilers first home playoff game.

by Staff / OilersFoundation.ca

The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) will be carrying forward the unclaimed 50/50 prize of $76,125 from March 25, 2017 to the Oilers first home playoff game on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. Ticket holders for the first home playoff game in Round 1 at Rogers Place will have the opportunity to purchase 50/50 tickets (Raffle License #440166) for the opportunity to win the 50/50 prize amount, with the pot starting at $76,125.

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50/50 Unclaimed

The 50/50 ticket from tonight's game has not been claimed. Here is the winning number

by Staff / OilersFoundation.ca

Winning Number: 128170C.

Guests have 48 business hours to claim, which would be a deadline Tuesday, March 28 at 5:00 PM.

Winners can claim their prize at Oilers Entertainment Group head office.

300, 10214 104 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 0H6
 

 

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Share A Book, share a smile

The EOCF Share A Book program helps spread the joys of reading to Grade 1 students

by Kelli Gustafson / OilersFoundation.ca

Video: COMMUNITY | Share A Book

"Every single person on a team is important."

This was the key message from Puckster's First Hockey Game - a children's novel written by Lorna Schultz Nicholson.

As one of eight books in the Puckster series, Nicholson read Puckster's First Hockey Game to an eager room full of Grade 1 students from Princeton Elementary School on Tuesday, March 21. 

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Oilers Foundation launches Share A Book

Annual literacy program gifts more than 33,400 new books

by Press Release / OilersFoundation.ca

(Edmonton, AB) - The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) launched its annual Share A Book program earlier today, with 5,000 books gifted to 2,500 Grade 1 students throughout Northern Alberta, ensuring the joy of reading is not limited by a student's financial means. 

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Hockey Helps Kids Returns for Third NHL Season

Applications for the Third NHL Season of Hockey Helps Kids are now open

by Press Release / OilersFoundation.ca

(Edmonton, AB) - Hockey Helps Kids, the philanthropic initiative of Chloe and Harrison Katz, children of Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG) Chairman Daryl Katz and his wife Renee, is a fun and innovative charity competition which brings together local schools and the Edmonton Oilers to raise awareness and funds for a variety of local charities.

The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) is excited to announce that applications for schools to participate in Year 3 of the Hockey Helps Kids program for the 2017-18 National Hockey League (NHL) season are now open. 

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Katz kids helping kids

Chloe and Harrison Katz giving back to community through Hockey Helps Kids program

by Cam Tait / OilersFoundation.ca

Oilers Entertainment Group Chairman Daryl Katz is not only a builder as it relates to his efforts with the Oilers, their gleaming new home Rogers Place, and the game-changing ICE District development. He is also one of Edmonton's great philanthropic community builders.

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Mystery pucks for mental health

The Oilers held their fifth annual Hockey Talks game night on Friday, raising funds and awareness for mental health

by Kelli Gustafson / OilersFoundation.ca

Video: COMMUNITY | Hockey Talks

 In a collaborative effort with all Canadian National Hockey League (NHL) teams, the Edmonton Oilers hosted their fifth annual Hockey Talks game night on March 10 - helping to bring awareness and raise funds to support mental health services.

"The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) is especially thrilled to support mental health initiatives for youth in Oil Country," said EOCF Executive Director Natalie Minckler. "It's important to our Foundation that we facilitate a conversation and make a real impact by helping break down common misconceptions and stigma associated with mental health." 

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Hockey Talks...So Let's Talk

Hockey Talks brings a smile to Cam Tait, because he understands the profound hope the program can bring to others

by Cam Tait / OilersFoundation.ca

Sometimes, the darkness deepens in the middle of the night as the man re-positions himself in bed for what seems like the 500th time in three hours.

He looks at the green-lit numbers on his clock radio, nervously calculating how long he's been awake. He then tries to figure out how much longer he has to try, once again, to do something he's been trying to achieve for hours-to fall asleep

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Oilers Foundation supports mental health awareness

Hockey Talks funds directed to CASA Foundation Adolescent Day Program

by Press Release / OilersFoundation.ca

(Edmonton, AB) - The Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) will be proudly hosting the fifth annual Hockey Talks event tomorrow, March 10, 2017, to encourage a conversation about mental health. Hockey Talks brings awareness to mental health and increases dialogue surrounding stigma and effective treatment. 

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Wish upon a hockey star

Seven-year-old Markus receives his dream wish; skating alongside the Edmonton Oilers.

by Kelli Gustafson / OilersFoundation.ca

Video: COMMUNITY | Make-A-Wish Markus

As the Oilers took to the ice for practice on Thursday morning, they were greeted by a special guest on their bench.

Fist-bumping each player as they stepped out onto the ice, seven-year-old Markus Auger was finally getting to experience a wish he had long been dreaming of. 

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