SPCHA recognizes the financial need that some families may have. We are dedicated to give all kids the same opportunity to participate in the great sport of hockey. Below are scholarship options as well as a link to make a personal donation to help a child in the community.
MN Wild Foundation/Prairie Island Indian Community Scholarship Fund
The Minnesota Wild Foundation recognizes that the city we call home, once recognized as Minnesota's hockey hotbed, has seen youth hockey registration numbers decline significantly over the past 35 years. We believe it is important to do our part to preserve the great hockey tradition of our neighbors in St. Paul and help children and families afford to play the game they love. With funding from the magazine sales match, the Prairie Island Indian Community/Minnesota Wild Foundation Scholarship gives youth hockey players in the four St. Paul youth hockey associations the opportunity to apply for scholarship funds. To date, over $414,000 in matching funds have provided over 1,000 scholarships for youth skaters in St. Paul.
THANK YOU PRAIRIE ISLAND INDIAN COMMUNITY FOR YOUR ENDURING SUPPORT FOR YOUTH HOCKEY IN THE STATE OF HOCKEY!
APPLICATION LINK OPENS MID SEPTEMBER.
MN WILD SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
New this year, we are hoping to offer scholarship funds to families in need. During registration, we will ask families to donate to this fund and will also collect some additional private donations. Once registration closes, we will then open a scholarship application registration. The Executive Board will divide the available funds as they see fit among the applicants.
This is a needs-based scholarship. You must first apply for the MN Wild Scholarship to be considered for this scholarship. Funds will be limited, therefore, not all applicants will receive a scholarship.
Interested in making a donation to the SPCHA Scholarship Fund? Please click on the button below to process your donation. Any amount makes an impact and is greatly appreciated! We are a non-profit organization, so all donations are tax deductible.