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The Play It Forward Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 New Jersey charity who's mission is to provide assistance to youth athletes who are struggling to overcome circumstances that significantly impact their quality of life.

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Play It Forward Holds 1st Volleyball Tournament

On September 9, 2017 the Play It Forward Foundation hosted their first event under their new sports model where athletes have the ability to compete in events and raise money for a charity of their choice.  The volleyball tournament took place at Bungs Tavern in Burlington, NJ.    Teams began flooding in early, the mood was quite light as players, and staff conversed together and casually spoke of their eagerness to start play at 10 am.  After a brief speech by Play It Forward Presiden

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Vernon Township High School Goalie Wins Play It Forward Award

Play It Forward is very happy to announce that Matt Bennett, a goalie for the Vernon Township High School ice hockey team, will be awarded a Play It Forward Award on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Skylands Ice World.     Over the past two years, Matt has volunteered as an on-ice coach for the Monarchs Special Hockey program.  The Monarchs is a program that gives people with physical and developmental disabilities the chance to play the sport of ice hockey in a

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2nd Annual Play It Forward Casino Night

Join the Play It Forward Foundation for its Second Annual casino night on May 13, 2017 at 7 PM.  Proceeds from this event will support our continued efforts to provide assistance to youth hockey athletes and their families who are struggling to overcome a significant hardship.     In furtherance of those efforts, we will also be awarding the Second Annual Play It Forward Award to the person that exemplifies the ideals of playing it forward and supporting his or her local community thro

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Play It Forward Winter Skate

Play It Forward Winter Skate When: Friday, December 30 at 6 PM - 9 PM Cost: FREE Where: Princeton Day School Lisa McGraw Ice Rink 650 Great Rd, Princeton, New Jersey 08540 RSVP Here   Join Play It Forward for FREE open skating! Our way of giving a little back to everyone that has supported and helped us over the past year. Skate rentals will be provided while supplies last. Enjoy cookies, hot chocolate, face painting, a holiday photo booth and more all at no cost!  Bring th

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All #GivingTuesday Funds Will be Donated To Help Hockey Family

Mick Deaver is a 17 year old teenager whose one love is playing hockey.  Mick was living in Boston and living out his dream and hopefully continuing on after he graduated from high school. On Friday, November 18, 2016 Mick was playing hockey for the Boston Bandits-Elite on the road in New Jersey with his parents, Shawn and Jennifer, watching the game streaming online. As Mick turned, to change directions, he lost the edge on one of his skates. On his way to the ice, there was a player

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SkyLand Kings Coach Continues To "Skate It Forward"

Allen Magie, coach of the Skyland Kings squirt white team and winner of the first "Play It Forward Award" is back at it this year with his "skate it forward" campaign which which promotes teaching his players to give back to the community and those who are in need. They have started our season with green stick tape in honor of liver cancer awareness. The Players each have a bottle that they are filling with spare change and will add to it throughout the year. Coach Magie will then match any amou

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Special Offer - 2nd Annual Play It Forward Golf Outing

When I was a small boy, my love for the game of hockey grew with enjoying watching the game with my dad.  We would enjoy the time we spent together just as much as the game itself and created a bond that can never be replaced.  My dad passed away as I started playing the game, but my love never strayed and built friendships that have lasted a lifetime. Through that time I was fortunate that members of the hockey community were there to help my family and I pick up the broken pieces left over fro

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Flyers Vs. Bruins - Family Hockey Night

The Play It Forward Foundation is hosting a family hockey night selling tickets to the Flyers vs. Bruins game on November 29th at 7:30 PM. Proceeds raised from ticket sales will go to help youth hockey athletes who are struggling to overcome circumstances that directly impact their quality of life. Tickets are $50 a piece and that includes an orange play it forward shirt along with a $15 donation to the Play It Forward Foundation. We have 50 tickets for sale right now and seat locations are

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2nd Annual Play It Forward Golf Outing

2016 Play It Forward Golf Outing Friday October 7, 2016 11:30am Registration and Lunch 1:00 PM Tee Off $150 Per Golfer   Mountain View Golf Club 890 Bear Tavern Road Ewing Township, NJ www.mtviewgolfcourse.com     Registration Includes 4 Person Scramble Greens Fee (18 Hole Championship Course) Riding Cart Skill Competitions with Prizes - Long drive,                Closest to the Pin, Clos

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The Play It Forward Foundation - Our Story

"When I was a small boy, my love for the game of hockey grew while watching the game with my dad.  We would enjoy the time spent together just as much as the game itself and created a bond that can never be replaced.  My dad passed away as I started playing the game, but my love never strayed and built friendships that have lasted a lifetime. Through that time I was fortunate that members of the hockey community were there to help my family and I pick up the broken pieces left over from my fathe

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