The Korth Rebel Foundation (KRF) is a donation-based group committed to helping the youth pursue their dreams of playing hockey. Your contributions will enable us to meet our goals and fund our special needs hockey team.
KRF is pursuing the mission of helping children play hockey, training high school level team captains, and training coaches. To do this, we pay registration fees for young players and provide equipment for them through scholarships. KRF also plans and organizes free skating events for kids to learn basic on-ice skills.
Additionally, we train current and upcoming high school team captains in leadership skills to succeed in the sport and help coaches financially so that they can attend seminars and clinics. These goals can only be met through generous donations from individuals and companies like you, and we are grateful for your support.
This year, KRF intends to help 8 to 10 children who cannot afford or have never played hockey by paying their league registrations and providing them with equipment to get started. We also intend to teach current and future high school team captains about the duties and responsibilities of leadership on and off the ice through mentoring programs, seminars, and clinics. KRF also plans to send two or three coaches to seminars and clinics this year.
It costs approximately $500 to equip and pay the registration for one player, about $300 to send a coach to a seminar or clinic, and $100 to $150 per person to train high school captains. To thank our donors, we offer several appreciation levels for donations:
Thank you for your generous donation!
Founder of KRF
All the proceeds go to players and coaches, and all of us at KRF greatly appreciate your support as do all the kids, captains, and coaches. Your donation will help grow what we truly believe is the “Greatest Game on Earth,” and at the same time inspire children to learn life skills that will shape them to become better people throughout their lives. KRF is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, so all your donations are tax-deductible.