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WGHA Hockey Family - Support is Needed
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Sunday, September 8, 2019
The Van Rooyen family have been members of the WGHA for many years and have dedicated countless hours to the success of our organization.  In early September 2019, the family lost their entire home and all of their belongings in a terrible house fire.  Thankfully, nobody was hurt!

Our hockey family would like to show our support by helping them through this difficult time.  The WGHA would like to facilitate donations from members who would like offer support to the Van Rooyen family.

To donate anonymously using cash, cheques, or gift cards, please seal your donation in an envelope marked "Van Rooyen" and put it through the mail slot on the WGHA office door at the Wilmot Rec Complex. Cheques can be made out to WGHA - we will combine all donations and make one payment to the Van Rooyen family.

To donate anonymously via PayPal, please use THIS FORM to select a donation amount and we will deliver all donations in one payment to the Van Rooyen family.  

Thank you in advance for your support. For any questions, please contact WGHA President Yolanda Galambos-Deep
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