Sens Money on the Board Pledge/Donation Instructions
- Pledge: Make your pledge for Feb. 1, Ottawa vs. Toronto with this form.
- Share: Tweet your pledge to @SensMotB or share with the hashtag #SensMotB.
- Watch: Watch the game and keep track of your pledge!
- Check: Check the result of your pledge on this spreadsheet (Note: There's one tab for the Feb. 2 Leafs game and another for the Dec. 23 Pens game).
- Donate: Donation form available here. Feel free to donate at any time without making a pledge. Ignore the information above the donation form for the time being, as some of it is out of date.
Help raise funds and awareness for kids in our communityInspired by a charity campaign by Columbus Blue Jackets fans, Ottawa Senators fans have taken up the "Money on the Board" cause in which donations are pledged for specific in-game events.
Money on the board is a hockey tradition in which a player or coach will pledge money on a locker-room whiteboard as extra incentive to score a game-winning goal or win a key game. The #SensMotB campaign encourages fans to put money on the board for various in-game events. Entries are encouraged to be as creative as possible. For example, Sens fans can pledge $19.19 for every Jason Spezza goal, $10 for a win, or $5 for a Chris Neil fight.
All proceeds go directly to the Sens Foundation, the Ottawa Senators-run charity that raises funds and awareness for kids in the Ottawa community. Here is their official mission statement:
The Ottawa Senators Foundation empowers children and youth to reach their full potential by investing in social recreation and educational programs that promote both physical and mental wellness.
In partnership with the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club, alumni association, corporate partners and fans, more than $75 million has been contributed to thousands of initiatives and charities in the National Capital Region.
We are proud to make a direct impact in the lives of so many each year. During the 2013-14 hockey season we will provide more than $1 million of support to more than 50 charitable organizations in the National Capital Region.
- CBC News Ottawa TV interview.
- CBC Radio One's All In a Day radio interview.
- 1310 News article.
- Article on the official Ottawa Senators website from early in the campaign.
- The Ottawa Citizen did two articles that are now broken links on their site. If anyone knows where to find those online now, let me know.