On Tuesday night, the Toronto Maple Leafs will be celebrating their first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history with a home game against the Anaheim Ducks.
The Maple Leafs, as well as all NHL teams, will be doing their part to give back to the community through their charitable programs.
The Leafs will host an event at BMO Field on Wednesday, which is expected to feature a charity golf tournament and the Maple Leafs Family Day Game Night.
The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. and will be hosted by the Maple Leaf Foundation.
The foundation’s official website is currently listing all of the Maple Leaves’ charitable initiatives, including a fund-raising event for the children of the Toronto Zoo on Thursday.
It also lists a fundraising event for a new $5 million Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Stadium.
“Our focus is on helping Toronto continue to grow,” said Maple Leaf President and CEO Lou Lamoriello in a statement.
“The Maple Leafs Foundation, which includes the entire Maple Leaf family, will also host a number of initiatives for kids during this time of year, including our annual Maple Leafs Day Game, and the Toronto Children’s Foundation Holiday Show.”