SKATE 48 has a long standing tradition of fun hockey, a boisterous post-game meal, prizes, spirited conversation and bragging rights for the remainder of the year. Above all, over $3.2 million has been raised for children’s charities since its inception in 1990.
An annual hockey event to raise money for
children's charities within the Waterloo Region.
To Skate 48
The Rotary Club of Kitchener Grand River is focused on
supporting children, youth and future leaders.
For the Kids
Since its inception in 1990, over $3.2 million has been raised
by SKATE 48 in support of children’s charities.
DONATE TO SKATE 48
The Rotary Club of Kitchener Grand River is focussed on supporting children, youth and future leaders both locally and internationally by way of living, promoting and supporting Rotary core values, beliefs and programs.
Since its inception in 1990, over $3.2 million has been raised by SKATE 48 in support of children’s charities. Registered players and teams are automatically set up to raise funds. Make a donation by sponsoring an individual player, sponsoring a team or donating directly to the SKATE 48 event.
RAISED SO FAR
SKATE 48 SPONSORS
Sponsor an event that gets you visibility as a community minded business that gets behind local children’s charities.
With 28 years as a participant, Bob South, a long-time Skate 48 supporter has decided the time has come to hang-up his skates for good. Skate 48 is forever grateful to Bob, because as captain, the Esso Bs have raised tens of thousands of dollars. Bob will be back again this year, but his role at Skate 48 will now be as coach, on the bench of The Essos Bs. Make sure to acknowledge his commitment to Skate 48. You will also want to check out the tribute Bob received from his teammates, as can be seen in this Bob received from his teammates, as can be seen in this CTV news clip.