Welcome to WhoLovesHockey.org, official site of the TJ Reinsch Youth Hockey Foundation. A 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to promoting the introduction of youth hockey to children, supporting those who currently play and to promote awareness to the autoimmune disease TTP.
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8th Annual TJ's Tin Cup, hockey themed, golf benefit July 21st, 2018
Mark your calendars for Saturday JULY 21, 2018 for the 8th Annual TJ's Tin Cup charity golf tournament. This years tournament will be held at Covington Links Golf Course in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Registration is now open for individuals and teams. Only $75 per player or $300 per team. Shotgun start at 10:00AM, with a pre-party beginning at 9AM and dinner and auction following the golf. To register online click here. To see sponsorship opportunities for this event click here.
Over $65,000 returned for youth hockey participation
Over the past 6 years of TJ's foundation has raised over $65,000. Every dollar raised is dedicated back to supporting programs that encourage the participation of youth hockey. In Sioux City, TJ's Tykes has been underway for several years. This program pays for every first year skater's registration costs, as well as, provides the loaner equipment that allows any area child to play youth hockey at no cost. TJ's foundation also supports area youth hockey organziations in Sioux Falls and Brandon Valley in South Dakota. Ames, Spirit Lake, and Sioux City in Iowa.
NHL Players Association Awards Equipment
Several times over the past 6 years, the TJ Reinsch Youth Hockey Foundation has been awarded over $5000 worthof youth hockey equipment from the National Hockey League Players Association "Goals and Dreams" fund. Chairman of the Goals & Dreams fund, Devin Smith, commented on the success of the program. Over the last 11 years, NHL players have donated more than $19 million to fund and assist grassroots hockey programs around the world. We've sent equipment everywhere from Australia to South Africa, Europe, Malaysia and North America. The biggest obstacle in participating in hockey is the cost of equipment. Our goal is to bridge that gap for less fortunate children. The TJ Foundation plans to apply for another grant for the upcoming 2017-2018 youth season, as well as, spend funds to replace equipment purchased in 2012 for area programs.
TJ Reinsch Hockey Foundation clothing