Women’s ice hockey hosts Make-A-Wish fundraiser through Jan. 26

Women’s ice hockey hosts Make-A-Wish fundraiser through Jan. 26

01/24/2023 

The SUNY Cortland women's ice hockey team held its third annual Make-A-Wish® charity game on Saturday, Jan. 21, when the Red Dragons hosted Hamilton College at 2 p.m. in a non-league game. The event supported Make-A-Wish® Central New York.
Fans can continue to show the community their support for the charity in a number of ways, including:
• Bidding on limited edition Make-A-Wish®/Red Dragon charity game-worn jerseys, with all proceeds going directly to the Make-A-Wish® Central New York Chapter  (Jersey Auction Web Page). The auction will run from Jan. 17 through 5 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26.
• Becoming a donor - When you donate to Make-A-Wish® you're giving children renewed strength to fight their illnesses, bringing families closer together and uniting entire communities. You can change lives!  (Donate Here)
The Red Dragons hope to reach their goal of raising $2,000 this season. Thanks to passionate supporters, Make-A-Wish® shines a light of hope for children fighting critical illnesses when they need it most. Fundraisers like this one allow for life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses during their darkest days. Individual donors, corporate sponsors, fundraising advocates and volunteers help to transforms lives, one wish at a time.
Questions about the auction can be directed to Cortland assistant coach by email to natalie.dimeglio@cortland.edu.

Jersey Auction Web Page

To make a donation to support this cause, visit this website.


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