Participating in the Wild Magazine/Program Sales initiative at Wild home games gives Minnesota Hockey member associations across the State of Hockey an opportunity to team build and enjoy the atmosphere of Xcel Energy Center on a game night while fundraising for their association at the same time. If your youth hockey association is interested in participating in this fundraising initiative, please click the button below to fill out the application.
The Prairie Island Indian Community (PIIC) has been very generous to the State of Hockey over the last decade. In collaboration with the Minnesota Wild, the Prairie Island Indian Community has established a match program with Minnesota Wild game program sales. For every $1 dollar that is used to purchase a Wild game program, the PIIC donates $1 back to the Minnesota Wild Foundation. Since 2009, $717,000 has been donated back to the Minnesota Youth Hockey community. THANK YOU PRAIRIE ISLAND INDIAN COMMUNITY!
The Prairie Island Indian Community has partnered with the Minnesota Wild Foundation to create the Prairie Island Indian Community's Game Program Sales Match Program. Through the program, local youth hockey associations are given the opportunity to fundraise for their associations by selling game programs at Wild home hockey games. The Prairie Island Indian Community then matched the total dollars sold in game programs throughout the Wild season. Through the Prairie Island Indian Community/Minnesota Wild Foundation Scholarship, funds from the program sales match are earmarked to directly benefit youth playing hockey in the St. Paul area. The Minnesota Wild Foundation recognizes that the city we share and was once recognized as Minnesota's hockey hotbed, has seen youth hockey participation numbers decline significantly over the past 35 years. We believe it's important to do our part to preserve the great hockey tradition of our neighbors in St. Paul and help children/families afford to play the game they love.
The PICC-MWF scholarships application period is Sept. 1, 2016 - Oct. 16, 2016
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