Update: DECEMBER 22, 2020 Calgary, Alta. – The Western Hockey and its 22 member Clubs are proud to announce that over 800 children across WHL territory have been supported as a result of the WHL T’s For Toys Campaign.
The Western Hockey League and its 22 member Clubs are proud to launch the inaugural WHL T’s For Toys Campaign. Mascots from across the WHL have united to raise funds throughout Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest United States to ensure as many children as possible receive toys during the holiday season.
The WHL T’s For Toys Campaign will give fans an opportunity to purchase, limited-edition WHL Club T-Shirts featuring WHL Club mascots. In all, there will be 22 unique WHL Club T-Shirts to collect, each featuring a different WHL mascot. This marks the first time the 22 WHL mascots have joined forces to benefit children in their communities.
The Kamloops Blazers are raising funds for Royal Inland Hospital Foundation, Children’s Pediatrics and the Kelowna Rockets for Joanna’s House.
T-Shirts will be available for purchase online at a cost of $20 (CAD) and available in adult and youth sizes. $7.00 (CAD) from each T-Shirt sold will go directly to a local charity in the home community of the mascot depicted on the T-Shirt purchased. The proceeds will be donated to community charities to purchase toys for local children in need.
Each WHL Club has partnered with a local charity to support the WHL T’s For Toys Campaign, which will run through December 11.
For more information on WHL T’s For Toys, visit WHL.ca/tsfortoys.