WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williams College men's ice hockey team (8-2-2) is soliciting donations from individuals and families in the community, on campus and from local businesses to support the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.
As part of the effort, called "Goals to Assist the Children of Fallen Soldiers," the Ephs pucksters are asking folks to pledge a donation for every goal the team scores at home this season.
This marks the fifth consecutive year that the Ephs have participated in the Goals to Assist funding program. At the end of the season, the Williams players will collect the donations and deliver 100 perfect of the money to MSLF to support the college educations of the children of Massachusetts' soldiers who have lost their lives serving the country. Complete information about the MSLF can be found here.
The Williams team scored 43 goals last season and raised over $9,000. This year the Ephs men have set a goal of raising at least $10,000. The Ephs will accept donations throughout the season and would appreciate any support fans can devote to this great cause.
Those wishing to donate to the Ephs' "Goals to Assist" can contact Williams senior forward, Tucker Dayton, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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