Over the years we have had several ways for families to reduce their hockey fees. I know many of you took advantage of working at either the Route 66 Racetrack or working concerts at either Toyota Park or Northerly Island to reduce your skater’s hockey fee. However, like many other things, Covid put those types of events on hold. Thankfully, we have found another way to reduce your fees and it doesn’t involve too much effort.
The Huskies have partnered with FlipGive, an online platform that allows you to shop for your everyday items and reduce your fees at the same time. FlipGive works with businesses that you use daily like Starbucks, Buffalo Wild Wings, Old Navy, and the most important store to all of us, Pure Hockey.
Normally people tend to cringe when they think about having to fundraise. To borrow a line from the FlipGive playbook, “Fundraising doesn’t have to suck.” Included below is more information as to how the platform works. In its simplest form, sign up, create your child as the Huskies player, and shop through the FlipGive app at your favorite stores. It’s really that simple.
We will run this platform until September 1st. At that time, we will take the amount you have earned and reduce it from your player fees, thus lowering your total as well as your monthly payment. Then, we will open it later that day and you can continue using It until December 15th. At that time, we will again take your balance and reduce it from your balance. We will then open a new FlipGive session that will allow you to start working on fees for the next Fall Season. Here are a few things that we want to make clear about the process: