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Sister Annata Brockman wins the 2019 Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup! 

Every year, the Oilers Community Foundation chooses 4 schools in Edmonton to compete in the Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup Challenge.  Each team competes for fan votes to win $25,000 from Hockey Helps Kids for their charity of choice.  We are excited to announce that Sister Annata Brockman/Team Nugent-Hopkins has won the competition.

Sister Annata Brockman School has won $25,000 for its local charity of choice, Autism Edmonton. Autism Edmonton’s goal is to enhance the lives of families and individuals living with autism, by providing life-long support and creating awareness, acceptance, and opportunities in the Edmonton community.

Oilers assistant captain Ryan Nugent-Hopkins says, “Having the opportunity to partner with Sister Annata Brockman School and witness all their hard work and dedication over the last several months was rewarding. This special group made a positive impact in their community through their partnership with Autism Edmonton. I’m proud of the work we’ve done together as a team and would like to congratulate them on being named winner of this year’s Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup Challenge.”

Edmonton Catholic Schools is thrilled our students will be able to make a lasting impact in the Edmonton community.

Click here to read the full news release 



Sister Annata Brockman wins!




Sister Annata Brockman wins the 2019 Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup! 

Every year, the Oilers Community Foundation chooses 4 schools in Edmonton to compete in the Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup Challenge.  Each team competes for fan votes to win $25,000 from Hockey Helps Kids for their charity of choice.  We are excited to announce that Sister Annata Brockman/Team Nugent-Hopkins has won the competition.

Sister Annata Brockman School has won $25,000 for its local charity of choice, Autism Edmonton. Autism Edmonton’s goal is to enhance the lives of families and individuals living with autism, by providing life-long support and creating awareness, acceptance, and opportunities in the Edmonton community.

Oilers assistant captain Ryan Nugent-Hopkins says, “Having the opportunity to partner with Sister Annata Brockman School and witness all their hard work and dedication over the last several months was rewarding. This special group made a positive impact in their community through their partnership with Autism Edmonton. I’m proud of the work we’ve done together as a team and would like to congratulate them on being named winner of this year’s Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup Challenge.”

Edmonton Catholic Schools is thrilled our students will be able to make a lasting impact in the Edmonton community.

Click here to read the full news release