Show your team spirit and support a great cause!
Red River, Operation Hat Trick (OHT) and the Boston Bruins are in partnership for the fourth time and are proud to present limited edition Bruins gear, with a portion of the proceeds supporting veteran organizations.
Active duty military and veterans are central to Red River’s philanthropic efforts, and Operation Hat Trick has been a longstanding Red River partner in our commitment to support veterans transitioning to civilian life. A portion of the proceeds from the 2019-2020 OHT shirt and hat, presented by Red River, will provide financial assistance to wounded service members and veterans and fill gaps in care that are not covered by other programs or agencies.
Join us in honoring those who serve our country, and visit the Bruins Pro Shop today!
The 2018-2019 season was the third year Red River partnered with the Boston Bruins and OHT to present OHT hats and shirts. This year’s campaign was another great success! Red River raised $30,000 by sponsoring limited edition Bruins gear with the proceeds supporting these veteran causes:
- IceVets Adaptive Sports is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing adaptive sports opportunities to disabled veterans. They host weekly sled hockey clinics in Lebanon, NH from October through April. The clinics provide veterans with the opportunity to experience the freedom and excitement of competing on the ice and the camaraderie of bonding with fellow disabled veterans.
- The Patriot Resilient Leader Institute (PRLI) operates Camp Resilience with the help of ex-military volunteers. Located in Gilford, NH, the PRILI provides sustained, comprehensive programs to help disabled veterans recover their mental, physical and emotional well-being.
- New England Winter Sports Clinic is facilitated by the VA New England Healthcare System, held annually at Mount Sunapee in New Hampshire. The weeklong clinic promotes rehabilitation by instructing veterans with various disabilities in adaptive alpine skiing and snowboarding and also provides an introduction to other adaptive activities such as kayaking, air rifle, yoga and wheelchair basketball.
This year part of the funds raised will also fuel efforts of the Red River Charitable Foundation. Our goal for 2019-2020 is to surpass last year’s donation, so shop now!