The Dave Bolland Foundation is looking for teammates to join us in supporting programs that are breaking down barriers for deserving kids and we’ve got a lot of things to give away for the help.
How does it work?
After signing up for #TEAM36, you can share with your fundraising page with your friends, families, co-workers or whomever you think might be interested in joining you in raising money to support any of the amazing charities we’ve picked to raise money for. All of the charities we’ve chosen to support are working hard every day to break down barriers for deserving kids across North America.
Why should you join the team?
We’ve set out some fundraising goals for you and for each goal that you score you will earn limited addition merchandise and memorabilia from Dave Bolland.
#TEAM36 GOALS TO GET YOU STARTED:
Memorial Goal: $36 Raised
Once your fundraising page hits $36 raised we will send you a personally signed portrait of Dave Bolland and a #TEAM36 button.
Golden Goal: $536 Raised
Hit $536 and we will send you a Dave Bolland signed Blackhawks Practice jersey.
Knight’s Goal: $1,036 Raised:
Raise $1,036 and earn Two tickets to a Blackhawks home game and a limited edition Bolland Foundation stick delivered to your seat during the game.
Hawk’s Goal: $5,036 Raised:
Gather five or your friends or family for a phone call over Skype with Dave Bolland.
Throughout the year we will put up more goals that could score you experiences and more limited edition merchandise.
What Does The Money Raised Support?
Sledge Hockey programs offered by North America’s largest disability programs provide young people living with disabilities the opportunity to learn and play the fully accessible sport of Sledge Hockey. Kids from across North America are benefiting from The Dave Bolland’s Foundation support of Sledge Hockey as we work to show that sport is accessible to everyone.
The Remix Project
The Remix Project was created in order to help level the playing field for young people from disadvantaged, marginalized and under served communities. Their programs and services serve youth who are trying to enter into the creative industries or further their formal education; The REMIX Project provides top-notch alternative, creative, educational programs, facilitators and facilities.
Beyond The Ball
Beyond the Ball is an organization that uses the power of sport to change lives, give hope, reclaim space and develop a culture of opportunities for youth and families in Chicago. We develop youth through a number of programs that help change the negative norms present in neighborhoods and replace them with a positive culture.
So, How Do I join #TEAM36?