The USA Hockey Foundation is the philanthropic arm of USA Hockey.
USA Hockey Foundation Combined Federal Campaign ID: 11413
The Jim Johannson Legacy Fund was established to benefit grassroots community hockey programs across the country, something Jim was passionate about throughout his life.
Darian Locklear was a female youth hockey player who died tragically in a car accident while riding with her teammate to hockey practice in February, 2018. To honor Darian’s kind and giving spirit and to support young female hockey players in their efforts to play hockey at a high level, the Locklear family has set up the Darian Locklear Memorial Hockey Grant.
The USOC and NGBs have different governing authority. An NGB, like USA Hockey, develops athletes, names teams, and grows the sport throughout the country. The USOC and NGBs work together to bring Olympians and Paralympians to the Games to compete and represent the United States.
The USA Hockey Foundation has been the charitable arm of USA Hockey, Inc. since 1989. The Foundation’s purpose is to enhance the mission of USA Hockey, Inc. by making grants to various organizations that share its values. The USA Hockey Foundation supports six key areas including: participation, opportunity, safety, player development, education, and commemoration. Donations to the USA Hockey Foundation directly impact hockey in the United States.
In 2013, the USOC launched the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation. The USOPF serves as the primary source of philanthropic resources for the Olympic and Paralympic Movements in the United States. All funds generated by the USOPF are transferred to the United States Olympic Committee as the sole beneficiary of the USOPF. The USOC and USOPF are separate entities. Donations to the USOC or the USOPF can be used to grow and support many different sports in the United States.