Other Programs: 50/50 | Community Corner | ICE School | Raise a Reader | Seats for Kids | Share a Book
Tickets are $5 each, 3 for $10 or 10 for $20 and can be purchased until the middle of the second intermission, with one lucky winner taking home 50% of the pot.
In return for providing a group of volunteers to run the 50/50, participating charitable organizations will receive $8,000. Please note that these proceeds may only be used for uses currently approved by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission.
The remaining proceeds will be be used by the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation in support of the redevelopment of Inner City High School, our ICE School program and other programs supporting education and health and wellness for youth throughout Oil Country.
Applications for the 2012-2013 season are no longer being accepted. Please check back in May 2013 at which time the application process for the 2013-2014 season will be available.
To participate in the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation 50/50 program, charitable organizations must be:
- registered with the Canada Revenue Agency and have a nine-digit BN Number that is followed by “RR0001”. If you are unsure about your organization's charitable status and/or number, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency online
- be registered and in good standing with the Alberta Liquor & Gaming Commission and must be eligible to receive gaming proceeds in accordance with AGLC policies
- focus on educational and/or health and wellness programs that support youth.
Volunteers must arrive 2.5 hours prior to the start of the game and will be expected to work into the third period of play, for a total commitment of approximately five hours.
Each charitable organization selected to participate must sign a Participant Agreement with the EOCF. In addition, the Executive Director or Volunteer Coordinator of all selected charities will be required to attend an information session prior to the season.
For more information, please contact Erin Barrett at 780-409-2692 or email@example.com.
|SAN JOSE VS. EDMONTON||JanUARY 22, 2013||170195B||$160,355||$80,177.50||CHad bakke|
|LOS ANGELES VS. EDMONTON||JANUARY 24, 2013||182862C||$137,165||$68,582.50||Garet longhe|
|COLORADO VS. EDMONTON||JANUARY 28, 2013||153014C||$118,690||$59,345||Ben Cardinal|
|vancouver vs. edmonton||february 4, 2013||115307C||$126,270||$63,135||jamie macdonald|
|dallas vs. edmonton||february 6, 2013||116918B||$125,755||$62,877.50||trevor chopek|
|Dallas vs. edmonton||february 12, 2013||149291C||$113,590||$56,795||ROBERT KEOHANE|
|colorado vs edmonton||february 16, 2013||123996C||$134,220||$67,110||Randy MacMillan|
|los angeles vs. edmonton||february 19, 2013||133175C||$123,675||$61,837.50||michelle bembridge|
|minnesota vs. edmonton||february 21, 2013||114003C||$114,080||$57,040||SAAD SAMUEL|
|phoenix vs. edmonton||february 23, 2013||129066C||$114,830||$57,415||paul tellier|
|detroit vs. edmonton||march 15, 2013||124299C||$132,155||$66,077.50||Malcom Koncz|
|nashville vs. edmonton||march 17, 2013||131976B||$109,560||$54,780||LAURIE HUTH|
|san jose vs. edmonton||march 20, 2013||132802a||$116,200||$58,100||Tony metez|
|st. louis vs. edmonton||march 23, 2013||158786C||$133,250||$66,625||David Turner|
|columbus vs. edmonton||march 28, 2013||111680c||$114,295||$57,147.50||steven szybunka|
|vancouver vs. edmonton||march 30, 2013||117242c||$138,105||$69,052.50||samuel anderson|
|calgary vs. edmonton||april 1, 2013||137850C||$137,345||$68,672.50||claimed|
|phoenix vs. edmonton||april 10, 2013||115461C||$126,040||$63,020||scott lank|
|calgary vs. edmonton||april 13, 2013||114232c||$140,625||$70,312.50||wendy strang|
|minnesota vs. edmonton||april 16, 2013||175240B||$114,615||$57,307.50||Mike edwards|
|anaheim vs. edmonton||april 21, 2013||127644C||$116,040||$58,020||todd strembitsky|
|anaheim vs. edmonton||april 22, 2013||131178C||$107,545||$53,772.50||Scott Holben|
|chicago vs. edmonton||april 24, 2013||154616C||$130,740||$65,370||Brian Meston|
|vancouver vs. edmonton||april 27, 2013||156862c||$139,085||$69,542.50||claimed|