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In 2019 We Are Proudly Supporting:

Ice Hockey LogoIce Hockey in Harlem is a non-profit community-based youth organization that uses hockey to promote academic achievement, responsibility, teamwork and good character. Launched in 1987 for the economically-challenged youth of East Harlem, it has enriched the lives of more than 1,000 inner-city boys and girls, providing inspiration, encouragement, and guidance.

Terry Fox Run for CRFounded and proudly run by CANY, the annual Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research in Central Park supports cancer research at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. The proceeds from the run total more than two million dollars since it was launched in 1980.


The Terry Fox Run honors this Canadian hero who at age 18, having lost a leg to cancer, launched a run across Canada to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. The annual event takes place in NYC in mid-Oct. Please see the Terry Fox Run website to learn about taking part and hope to see you there!

BalletCANY is pleased to support Canada's National Ballet School, the finest dance training camp and program in Canada. This past summer CANY donated $25,000 towards a summer internship exchange: two Canadian NBS students worked with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and the Ellison Ballet in NYC, while two New York-based dancers studied with the NBS in Toronto.




The Sled Rangers is a youth ice hockey team for physically disabled kids. Sled hockey allows those with physical disabilities the opportunity to enjoy an adaptive version of traditional ice hockey. The NY program, launched in 2012, currently gives approximately 40 disabled athletes, ranging from 5- to 21-years old, the opportunity to play. These kids derive the same benefits that able-bodied athletes derive from playing hockey: camaraderie, fun, self-esteem and self-confidence. For many of these children it is their first opportunity to play a team sport.