The Minnesota Wild Foundation, with help from Wild players, supports pediatric medical causes by hosting events like “Wild About Children”. In addition, the Minnesota Wild Foundation has assisted several 501(c)3 organizations fundraise through an in-arena Split the Pot Raffle. The Split the Pot Raffle allows designated non-profits to hold a raffle during a Minnesota Wild home game and up to $10,000 of those ticket sales back to their organization. The Minnesota Wild Foundation serves as the largest non-member funding source for Minnesota Hockey and provides fundraising opportunities for youth hockey associations across the state.
Since its inception in 2000, the Minnesota Wild has invested over 10.6 million dollars back into our community through donations and service. Wild players remain committed to helping kids in many ways - by visiting sick children in hospitals, embracing a specific cause, donating tickets or suites to local charities or providing autographed merchandise for fundraising. Player’s wives and girlfriends get into the action as well by regularly hosting Wild BINGO at Children’s Hospital and raising funds through their annual Favorite Things basket auctions in the spring.
As an organization, our work in the community and on the ice, is never done. We pledge to continue raising funds and giving back to our community, while being inspired by our passion for hockey and our compassion for those in need.
For more information on the Minnesota Wild Foundation, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ann Mulholland, Vice Chair
Dan Scott, Secretary
Pamela Wheelock, Chair
Rachel Schuldt, Executive Director
Jeff Pellegrom, Treasurer
Jessica Blum, Development Assistant