The contest empowers Canadian youth hockey teams to drive change in their communities for the chance to win the grand prize of $100,000 towards a registered charity of their choice. Whether it’s volunteering at a local charity or shoveling snow, teams are encouraged to “fill their cup” with as many good deeds as possible for their shot at becoming this year’s Chevrolet Good Deeds champions.
Until March 3rd, eligible U11 to U15 youth hockey teams can submit good deeds by sharing videos on social media. The team with the most eligible good deeds could claim the grand prize and be added to the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup trophy. This year, the first 150 teams that are tagged in an eligible entry could be awarded the special branded team kit, which can be a source of pride to demonstrate that their community benefited from a good deed.
Your teams can register for the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup by CLICKING HERE.