WOLVES United Funds Youth and Youth Mental Health
GREATER SUDBURY, ON - Today, S.W. Sports and Entertainment, the parent company of the Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club and United Way Centraide North East Ontario / Nord-est de l’Ontario announced that several charities will receive WOLVES United 50/50 funding raised during Sudbury Wolves home games during the 2017-18 regular season.
The third round of funding from the WOLVES United Electronic 50/50 Raffle proceeds from the Season will support:
- Canadian Mental Health Association – Life Promotion/Suicide Prevention Summit
- Sudbury Action Centre for Youth – PA system for Hip Hop Program
- Sudbury Manitoulin Children’s Foundation – Send a Kid to Camp Program
- Sudbury YWCA Genevra House – Power of Being a Girl and Boys4Real Manitoulin Expansion Projects
“The WOLVES United partnership has been very successful in the Sudbury/Manitoulin area”, said Michael Cullen, Executive Director of United Way. “We are very pleased to be able to assist so many programs and projects in support of youth and youth mental health in this way.”
"The relationships that we have developed with WOLVES United, including these wonderful community initiatives is amazing," said Dario Zulich, Owner and Governor for the Sudbury Wolves, "Wolves fans have enjoyed the new 50-50 Raffles we have established and have allowed the partnership to contribute over $53,000 in support of our community programs which reach 100s and 100s of people in meaningful ways throughout the region."
For more information on WOLVES United, Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club, SWSE and United Way Centraide North East Ontario / Nord-est de l’Ontario please visit their respective websites at: www.sudburywolves.com or www.uwcneo.com.