Financial Assistance Programs, News (Erin-Hillsburgh Minor Hockey Association)

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Aug 24, 2015 | EHMHA | 2058 views
Financial Assistance Programs
While minor hockey is a great activity for kids, it can also be an expensive one - especially for families facing other financial challenges.

There are several programs that are available to provide assistance with registration and equipment costs.  Links and information to several who have assisted EHMHA members in the past can be found the "Financial Assistance Programs" page under the "Coach/Parent Info" tab on the website.

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Jumpstart Sport Relief Fund
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