One of the great London Knights’ traditions is the excitement and generosity of the 50/50 program. For years Knights fans have made it a priority to be community leaders off the ice. Over the past 12 months we have seen that tradition continue with multiple online 50/50 draws in support of the local COVID-19 relief fund.
For the month of March, we are extremely excited to once again look to the city of London and our great fans to help lead another great 50/50 program, this time in support of the Children’s Health Foundation presented by our good friends at McDonalds London. One thing that Knights fans or Londoners may not know is that every year the veterans and Knights leadership group visits the Children’s Hospital monthly here in London to help bring a smile to many kids and their families.
(London Knights Alumni Matthew Timms and Joseph Raaymakers visiting in the Children’s Hospital in 2018)
London we are asking that we all come together this month and do the best we can to support the Children’s Health Foundation here in London. Tickets can be purchased at www.Knights5050.com.
- 25 for $10
- 60 for $20
- 200 for $40
EARLY BIRD DRAW
We have two very exciting early bird prizes this draw! Each winner will receive one game ready Matthew Tkachuk London Knights jersey! All tickets purchase before the early bird deadline of March 15th at 12PM will be entered to win this special prize.
About the Children’s Health Foundation: Established in 1922, Children’s Health Foundation impacts more than 49,000 children each year, across Western Ontario, from Windsor to London and Kitchener-Waterloo, and up north to Thunder Bay and beyond. Our Foundation is proud to create lasting change through support of three outstanding partners in health care: Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, TVCC and Children’s Health Research Institute. Hand-in-hand with our donors, we are strengthening and transforming paediatric health care for London and our region. Because every child deserves the best chance to overcome sickness and discover what they’re uniquely capable of achieving.