Giving Back I have always been amazed at the generosity of those who in the hockey world. Hockey players are a different breed, talented but humble and always willing to give - to their teammates and to their communities. a part of it. Whether it was a marquee player, a youth hockey coach, a parent or anyone in between it seems the hockey world always has something to give. Over the years we have always done our best to do our part as well, always behind the scenes. This page features the latest on our organization's involvement in the community. We are proud to help make a difference in the lives of children and we hope that you will join us in our efforts!
President & Director of Hockey Operations
Five Hole Hockey
Charitable Giving Programs Goals for Kids: This program was started in 2014 to help raise money for the Penn State Four Diamonds Fund. For the 2016-17 season, Five Hole Hockey will pledge to donate $1 for every goal scored by a member of the Capital City Vipers Squirt Travel Team.
Annual Charity Raffle: 2016 marks the fifth year of our annual Charity Raffle at our Prospects Camp. Each year, Five Hole Hockey matches the funds raised in the raffle dollar for dollar. Each year the raffle features hockey related items. Sometimes these items come from famous faces...other times they come from camp alumni that are active in the hockey world. In 2016 our annual raffle generated over $750 for charity!
Charities We Support Four Diamonds Fund: Founded in 1972, the Four Diamonds Fund’s mission is to conquer childhood cancer. Four Diamonds pays 100% of the patient bills and funds staffing of over 90 medical professionals at the Penn State Hershey Children’s Medical Center.
Tyler Putnam Foundation: Five Hole Hockey is a proud sponsor of the Tyler Putnam Foundation, a 501-C3 organization set up to assist families who have recently suffered a tragedy and or life altering occurrence and need assistance with registration fees for youth hockey. Through Tyler’s Foundation, families are able to apply for registration assistance for an upcoming hockey season. Tyler Putnam was an up and coming amateur hockey player, one that was part of our Annual Prospects Camp. In his honor, # 14 is retired from service in our programs.
Click the pictures above to learn more about each organization!