Watch the Leafs Live with David Trombley by Helping the Homeless
We all know homelessness in Canada has been getting worse, and it’s a cause that’s been close to the Hockey Extreme team’s heart for years. Hockey Helps The Homeless (HHTH) is a Canadian non-profit charity that’s been working to solve homelessness since 1996. Last year, Hockey Extreme’s founder, David Trombley, played in the annual HHTH hockey tournament for the first time, and in 2023 he wants to do even more for this important cause.
David is playing in this year’s HHTH tournament on Saturday, April 22, and we’re asking for your help to raise over $1,000 for local homeless efforts. To sweeten the pot, anyone making a donation of $25 or more will have their name put in a draw on March 22 for a chance to win a seat by David at the Toronto Maple Leaf’s home game on Tuesday, April 4th (vs. Columbus). You’ll join David in the second of his Red Seats for the game but if you’d prefer to go with someone else then you can buy David’s seat at par.
Please help Hockey Extreme do its part in lending a hand to fight homelessness in our area - donate today through the link below. Thank you from all of us at Hockey Extreme!
Furthermore in Toronto, it is estimated that there are over 2000 homeless youth on any given night, but together we can change this statistic. On April 22nd, I will be participating in the Hockey Helps the Homeless Bay Street Tournament, raising awareness and funding for Eva's Initiatives, a local youth support agency right here in Toronto.