Circle Saturday October 28th, 1:45pm on your calendar. Warrior Ice Arena in Boston, practice facility and home to the Boston Bruins, will be the site of our fun, competitive, and life-changing event. The action begins at 1:45pm with all four teams on the ice and a special performing artist to sing the National Anthem before the puck drops.
Receipt from a suggested donation here will be your ticket to join the excitement.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this epic event filled with family activities, former NHL players, raffle items donated by the NHL, FDNY, MLB, and many more – all to benefit children with devastating rare diseases.
WHO’S HITTING THE ICE?
This is far from an ordinary charity event. We’re bringing together teams of first responders from New York and Massachusetts, and professional hockey players from past and present. They’re ready to put their skills on the line and pass the boot for a cause that needs our urgent attention. This competitive tournament features four teams who always answer the call for those who need help most. You’ll get to see each team play two afternoon games and a fierce Championship game at 8pm. This year’s teams are…
- The Boston Fire Hockey Club
- Hamptons First Responder Hockey Team
- The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Hockey Team
- The Boston Iron Horse Hockey Club
While the on-ice excitement is sure to attract a great crowd, the true goal of the day is to support the KIF1A Rare Pediatric Disease Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. Led by physician-researcher, and Chief of Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital, Wendy Chung, MD, PhD, this program is at the forefront of the fight against KIF1A and rare diseases.
What is KIF1A? KIF1A is a rare neurodegenerative disease with no cure. Yet. We need your help to turn hope into reality for patients suffering from KIF1A Associated Neurological Disorder. Every penny raised from this event will go directly to the Boston Children’s Hospital KIF1A Program and support clinical trials and cutting-edge research.
Thank you for supporting this fundraiser.