Hockey becomes reality for underprivileged Puget Sound kids

Youth hockey is an expensive sport. In most cases the less fortunate are unable to allow their children to participate due mainly in part to income.

There is hope.

Locally based “Seattle Youth Hockey Assist” is helping with financial responsibility to bridge the gap, enabling area youth hockey to become a reality for underprivileged youth. Their interactivity promotes eligibility for families of kids who want to play despite their financial standing. With a new NHL organization on it’s way and brand new arena currently under construction a wave of interest has taken over the Puget Sound region.

Seattle Youth Hockey Assist will run free introductory and advanced skills camps with donated ice time, all at no cost to those who would like to participate.