Training scholarships for deserving youth hockey players from across the US.

We've partnered with Stay in the Game Foundation to provide access to training to the next generation of hockey players who don't have the recourses to meet their training needs. 

About the Foundation

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Leveling the playing field in youth sports through financial support.

The Stay in the Game Foundation provides grant funding for players to continue their growth as an athlete, funding them to play whatever level of the sport they enjoy. Its programs offer grant funding for anything from team fees, to season travel for a player and an adult chaperone, to additional training to become a stronger athlete.

Providing the opportunity for deserving players to continue their training, hone their skills, and STAY IN THE GAME even when funds are limited. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I apply for the scholarship?

1. To apply for the scholarship, please visit the official website of the Stay In The Game Foundation. Look for the “Scholarship Application” section where you can find the application form. 

2. Fill out the form with all the required information, including your personal details, hockey experience, and a short essay explaining why you should be considered for the scholarship. Ensure all information is accurate before submitting your application.

2. What are the eligibility criteria for the scholarship?

The scholarship is open to youth hockey players who:

- Are aged between 6 and 18 years
- Demonstrate financial need
- Show a strong passion and dedication to hockey
- Have access to the necessary technology (computer, internet) to participate in virtual lessons

3. How are scholarship recipients selected?

Recipients are selected based on several factors, including financial need, passion for hockey, and the potential impact of the scholarship on their development in the sport. The selection committee consists of representatives from both For The Love of Hockey and the Stay In The Game Foundation, who carefully review each application.


4. What does the scholarship cover?

The scholarship covers the cost of virtual hockey lessons with experienced coaches. This includes a predetermined number of sessions and access to any required learning materials or resources.

5. When is the deadline to apply?

Application deadlines vary each year. Please check the official For The Love of Hockey or Stay In The Game Foundation websites or contact the program administrators for the most current information on application deadlines.


6. How can I donate to the scholarship fund?

Donations to the scholarship fund can be made through the official website of the Stay In The Game Foundation. Look for the “Donate” button or link, which will guide you through the process of making a contribution. You can choose to make a one-time donation or set up a recurring donation to continually support the program.

7. Can businesses or organizations contribute to the scholarship fund?

Yes, businesses and organizations are encouraged to support the scholarship program through financial contributions or by offering services that can benefit the scholarship recipients. For partnership inquiries, please contact the For The Love of Hockey or the Stay In The Game Foundation directly through their official contact information.

8. Who can I contact for more information?

For more information about the scholarship program, including detailed application guidance or donation inquiries, please contact the program administrators via email at contact@stayinthegamefoundation.org. 

We hope these FAQs have been helpful. Our aim is to support young hockey players in pursuing their passion for the game, regardless of their financial situation. Thank you for your interest in the For The Love of Hockey & Stay In The Game Foundation Scholarship Program.


Make your player's success inevitable with For the Love of Hockey Virtual. 

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