Supported by Senators alumni, current players, and head coach D.J. Smith, the Sens Shielding Heroes Campaign is aiming to fundraise $500,000 to ensure that Ottawa hospitals and care centers remain supplied with the crucial PPE needed by the workers on the frontlines of COVID-19.
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Interview: Orléans native Scott Sabourin, Ottawa NHL club’s hometown hero shows support for “top prospects” in the community
The Ottawa Senators Foundation is hosting their annual telethon on Thursday, February 27.
That’s how much was raised at the annual Senators Soirée.
In and around the Capital Region, there is an entire community of children, youth, and families benefiting from Ottawa Senators Foundation fundraisers and initiatives.
Beyond the many services offered by Roger Neilson House, it’s clear that what means the most are the rock-solid friendships its visitors have developed with other families.
Running Camp Quality takes a team of over 70 volunteers. From the camp doctors, to the nurses, lifeguards, and the companions–volunteers that spend the whole week with a single camper.
The Sens Foundation supports nearly 1,000 young athletes in Ottawa’s only free year-round competitive sports league
The Sens Sports & Leadership League is Ottawa’s only no-fee, year-round competitive athletic league. What that means is no payment is required to participate and all equipment and transportation to and from games is covered by the Ottawa Senators Foundation.
At Roger Neilson House, the Ottawa Senators Foundation funds a support program for siblings of terminally-ill children
Tune in to the Ottawa Senators Foundation Telethon powered by Mitel on Friday, March 9 beginning at 6:30pm prior to the Senators game vs the Calgary Flames on TSN 5. To make an contribution, please visit www.sensfoundation.com or call 1-844-8GO-SENS (846-7367).
For three epic sessions of 10 nights each summer, kids from underprivileged families and troubled circumstances leave their woes behind and head Camp Smitty, the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa camp in Eaganville, Ontario.
Built in memory of Roger Neilson, Hockey Hall of Fame coach and Member of the Order of Canada, Roger Neilson House cares for children and their families facing life-limiting illnesses.