Next Event: April 20th, 21st, 22nd 2018!
Hero's Cup Hockey, inc
The Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation has been established to bring education and recreation to those in need. By paying forward Glen's love for learning and his passion for igniting the spirit through adventure we aim to bring joy and personal advancement into the lives of many. We do this knowing that Glen's spirit will continue to touch us all.
22 Veterans of the U.S. military lose the battle at home every day, and take their own lives. They leave loved ones, family and friends behind. Whatever the number may be… one is too many. The “Skate For The 22” Foundation wants to raise public awareness in an effort to end this crisis and provide a non-government support program to veterans. This Foundation was created by veterans to support fellow veterans and their families and provide financial assistance to the families touched by veteran suicide. We use hockey, at no cost to the veterans, to get them back in a supportive, team environment.
Ann Estey Memorial Scholarship Fund
The WFD6K Road Race was started after the devastating loss of our six brothers in the Worcester Cold Storage Fire back on December 3, 1999. Our 4 primary, well deserving charities, that we feel best represent the goals of the WFD6K are NEADS, dogs for deaf and disabled Americans, Genesis Club, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Community Harvest Project. For the past 17 years, the Worcester Firefighters 6K Road Race has touched more lives than we ever thought possible.
We are a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to combat the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Veterans and Firefighters. We will accomplish this mission through assistance, education, and collaboration.
Correctional Officers Memorial Fund
Founded in Lewiston, Maine, the Dempsey Center offers a vibrant and compassionate environment where an interdisciplinary team of oncology professionals improve the healing experience for those impacted by cancer. Through our on-site customized programs, and the annual Dempsey Challenge, we provide support services that complement treatments, support caregivers, patients and their families equally.
Our mission is to honor and remember America's fallen fire heroes, to provide resources to assist their survivors in rebuilding their lives, and work within the fire service community to reduce firefighter deaths and injuries.
Our mission is to answer the call of the Green Berets and their families so that they can succeed in their next mission.
The Military Friends Foundation recognizes the unique contributions and sacrifices made by Massachusetts National Guard, Reserve and Families of the Fallen. We are proud to offer grant programs, community events, referral services and more to families who have faced hardships related to active service. We invite you to Join Us and Honor Them.
The Coast Guard Enlisted Memorial is planned for the grounds of Training Center Cape May, NJ, the current birthplace of the U.S. Coast Guard’s enlisted corps. The site will be centered on three granite walls which identify by name the over 1,500 Coast Guard men and women who perished in the performance of Coast Guard missions. The names begin in 1915, the year the Revenue Cutter Service and U.S. Life Saving Service were merged and Congress formalized the existence of the U.S. Coast Guard. Granite benches are provided for reflection and will face these walls. Also central to the site is a pyramid shaped monument with a bronze eternal flame. Each side of this monument will be engraved with the emblems of those services that were precursors to the modern Coast Guard. A brass ship’s bell held in a granite structure will be located at the front of the site for use during ceremonies. Sponsor plaques listing those who provided substantial donations and support will be positioned along the perimeter of the site. The entire memorial will be illuminated by in-ground lighting.
The Coast Guard Hockey Organization is a veteran run federally recognized 501(c)(3) organization established to consolidate Coast Guard hockey programs under one umbrella to support our core values of community, sportsmanship, and tradition. With a focus on community, the Coast Guard hosts three annual Cup tournaments (ice and floor), which are open to players of all levels, both on and off the ice. Additionally, Coast Guard Hockey sponsors participation in various leagues, tournaments, events, and volunteer efforts throughout the United States. Coast Guard Hockey is committed to our service members, their families, and the communities in which they live and serve.
The Scott Milley Fund is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization created to honor the life of 1LT Scott F. Milley, Army Ranger from Sudbury, MA. The organization raises funds through sports tournaments, social events and personal contributions. These funds are used to provide scholarships to individuals in need and with a record of service and leadership. The Scott Milley Fund also contributes to other worthy causes, as determined by The Scott Milley Fund’s board of directors. A leading priority of the Fund is to honor and support the Rangers of the United States Army.
A 9-alarm fire may have taken Ed's life on 3/26/14, but it can't extinguish his spirit. The Ed Walsh Foundation was created to help share Ed's giving spirit and to keep his memory alive.
Thanks to our generous donors, MC-LEF currently provides a $30,000 scholarship account for every child who loses a parent serving in the United State Marine Corps or any Federal Law Enforcement Agency. Since our founding in 1995, MC-LEF has awarded over $71 million in scholarships and other humanitarian assistance, and has supported over 3,900 children. Although MC-LEF is immensely proud of our work to date, there is still much to be done to support the families of America’s Marines and Federal Law Enforcement Officers. Please consider clicking on our “Donate” button to help support our mission and cause.
Leanne Schmall Foundation
Gathering support for our troops so they can play hockey & a few hours of nothing else matters'
Local 22 Widows Fund
CT Burn Camp
Heart Warrior Foundation
The Heart Warrior Foundation was created by the DiFava (Caitlin and Matt) and Adamson (Bill and Kim) families who were directly affected by Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) in their two children Genevieve and Will. After seeing firsthand the impact CHD’s have on the entire family unit, the DiFavas and Adamsons decided to create a nonprofit organization in which the goal is to support, educate, and raise funds and awareness for families affected by CHDs. The four main goals of the Heart Warrior Foundation are: 1.) Improve health, quality of life and overall outcomes of children affected by Congenital Heart Defects through funding advancements in research and hospitals.2.) Support families during the acute inpatient hospital setting to make hospital stays less stressful. 3.) Support the advancement of continuing education of medical professionals and high school students through financial scholarship. 4.) Develop a stronger support network and recognition of siblings of children affected by Congenital Heart Defects
The CF Foundation is the world's leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis, and nearly every CF-specific drug available today was made possible with our financial support. We are a donor-funded, 501(c)(3) nonprofit that is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau's (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance program.
The mission of the Last Call Foundation is to provide funding, education and research to advance the safety needs of the Boston firefighting community. We are committed to enhancing the ability of our dedicated firefighting professionals to effectively and safely fight fires and protect the public.
The Jerome Lipper Multiple Myeloma Center and LeBow Institute for Myeloma Therapeutics provides comprehensive care to patients with multiple myeloma, including promising new therapies through clinical trials rooted in an approach that brings laboratory discoveries quickly to the clinical setting. We conduct an active program of basic and clinical research aimed at improving the outcomes of multiple myeloma.
The Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation was created to HONOUR and REMEMBER firefighters who have been killed in the line of duty and to SUPPORT their families. The CFFF is a registered charity and operates by fundraising.
The March of Dimes works to end premature birth and other problems that threaten our babies. We help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. If something goes wrong, we offer information and comfort to families. We research the reasons why babies are born too soon or very sick and work on preventions.
The Three Strohm Sisters Family Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by three sisters, Lucille Montrony, Jane Stanczuk and Kathy Sarna, who were all inflicted with breast cancer. As cancer survivors they found strength in organizing a foundation to support those battling this dreadful disease by sponsoring events that will raise money for cancer research. Over the past 15 years the foundation has seen tremendous growth in both volunteers and contributions. Today the Strohm Foundation has raised over million dollars with proceeds donated to various worthy cancer research foundations and organizations including pediatric cancer.
The Jimmy Fund solely supports the fight against cancer at Dana-Farber. Since its founding in 1948, the Jimmy Fund has raised millions of dollars through thousands of community efforts to help save lives and give hope to cancer patients around the world. An official charity of the Boston Red Sox, Pan-Mass Challenge, Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, and Variety Children’s Charity of New England, the Jimmy Fund is an American favorite.