In The Community
The Ice Bulls are committed not only to being a nationally competitive hockey team, but also to contributing to our community.
Despite the long hours spent on the ice, traveling, at work, in class and socializing, Ice Bulls players still take time to make an impact in their community. They have logged countless hours of community service over the past year. In addition to helping out with local youth hockey programs, the Ice Bulls have worked with the following organizations:
- Maddi Goss Fund
- Habitat For Humanity
- Metropolitan Ministry
- St. Jude's Hospital
- John Knox Village
- Children's Hospital Scottish Rite
- Vincent Lecavalier Foundation
- Jimmy V. Foundation
- Toys For Tots
- Shriner's Hospital
- Susan G. Komen
In 2006, the Ice Bulls became involved with Madison Goss. Madison is a little girl in Atlanta suffering from a rare form of cancer. She recently underwent a liver transplant. The cost of her treatment placed a significant financial burden on her family and a medical trust fund was set up to help defray the cost. The Ice Bulls raised over $2,500 in 2008, over $4,000 in 2009 and over $1,500 in 2010 for her trust. Madison Goss has moved to Australia, so the Ice Bulls plan to find a new charity for a tournament.
The Ice Bulls are proud of their contributions to the community. If you are part of an organization and you would like to involve the Ice Bulls in your efforts, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.