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Bulldogs Foundation Donates over $12,000 to Juravinski Cancer Centre

April 1, 2015 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Hamilton Bulldogs News Release

HAMILTON, ONT. - The Hamilton Bulldogs Hockey Club and the Bulldogs Foundation announced today the Foundation has donated $12,100 to the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre Foundation through funds raised during the team's Pink in the Rink Night on Feb. 13, sponsored by Shoppers Drug Mart.

The Bulldogs Foundation ran several in-game fundraising initiatives, including mystery pucks and commemorative team-autographed pink stick sales. All proceeds from these elements as well as the online jersey and stick auction were donated to the cause. The auction items included game-worn and game-ready commemorative Bulldogs' Pink in the Rink jerseys and sticks from the Feb. 13 game versus the Toronto Marlies.

The Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre Foundation is a registered charitable organization focused on raising funds to support capital redevelopment projects, purchase medical equipment and invest in research and education to enable quality care for patients throughout south-central Ontario who rely on the specialized cancer and orthopedic care offered at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.

The Bulldogs Foundation was established in 2007. The mission of the Foundation is to enrich the lives of children and youth in the Greater Hamilton Area through cash donations, gifts in kind and the assignment of tickets. By doing so, the Foundation aims to promote the creativity of interactive programs involving education, physical fitness and personal well-being. The main purpose of the Foundation is to strengthen and broaden the base of the Hamilton Bulldogs community support by providing funds to non-profit community groups and by supporting educational and community programs. For more information about the Bulldogs Foundation, visit www.bulldogsfoundation.com.

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