Donate to the WCIHL
In its purest form, hockey can positively change the lives of all who come in contact with the sport. It can build and reinforce character strengths such as accountability, teamwork, selflessness, discipline, and resiliency.
The WCIHL is a non-profit with a mission to help the youth of our community pursue personal excellence on and off the rink by exhibiting honorable and respectful behavior towards all participants in the hockey community while developing and refining the skills of hockey which further promote fair play and good sportsmanship.
Why You Should Donate
The Warren County Hockey League needs your help this year! We have many requests coming into our league to provide a program for children who would like to try hockey for their first time in a safe and fun environment.
We know that this sport will capture the hearts of many kids who may have never been able to try it before. The WCIHL would like to be the first to able to provide a program to meet the needs of the community, and further share the passion for our great sport.
We, the WCIHL are planning to provide a “Try Hockey Free” program to the community. We have a strong volunteer base, including coaches, officials, and staff who are eager to support this program. Our league would like to purchase the equipment necessary to outfit these young players, so that they may try this fun and exciting sport without any commitment or cost. We are confident that this investment will grow our sport to a new level in the Warren County area. We are going to make every effort to answer these needs, but we can’t do it without your help!
Our goal is to raise $9,000 to cover the costs to start this program and purchase the equipment necessary for the kids who would like to take part in this new program. We would greatly appreciate your support from you or your business to help us achieve our goal to bring this “Try Hockey Free” program to life. We hope that you will join us in being a part of this new and exciting opportunity to provide our local youth with a way to get involved in this growing sport.