The Coach Sauer Foundation is proud to announce that 17 youth hockey organizations from throughout Wisconsin have received grants for the 2022-23 season.
The Coach Sauer Foundation will also continue to be the primary sponsor of the Regional Disabled Hockey Festival for the third time. The event, which coincides with the training camp of the U.S. National team, the Paralympic gold medalists, will be held Oct. 15-16 at Madison Ice Arena and will feature sled hockey teams from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and Iowa.
In the last four years the Coach Sauer Foundation has awarded $32,00 to over 25 youth hockey organizations throughout the state.
This year grants of $500 were awarded to 17 organizations that promote hockey at the youth level. The applicants that received financial aid were youth hockey programs in Waupun, Viroqua, Eau Claire, River Falls, Monroe County, Manitowoc County, Black River Falls, Somerset, Tomah, Menomonie, Chippewa Falls, Waukesha County, West Salem, Stoughton, LaCrosse (River City) plus the West Madison Polar Caps and the Madison Patriots.