2022 Richmond Jets Silent Auction
This year the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association is hosting a large virtual online auction to raise funds for our minor hockey association.
Our event is expected to draw over 2000 supporters and participating businesses will be prominently featured in our online auction and all communications going out to members.
Our “Keep Minor Hockey Affordable” silent auction will run from Friday, February 18th to Sunday, February 28th, 2022. (dates subject to change)
We are raising funds to help keep the overall costs of minor hockey affordable for Richmond families. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected our ability to run tournaments, which are a big revenue generator for our association. Without these funds, we need to find alternative ways to keep the cost of hockey affordable for families, especially the ones that have been hardest hit by this pandemic.
How you can help
You can help us out in a number of ways:
- You can donate an auction item to our online auction
- If you know a business that is interested in donating an item or gift certificate to the Richmond Jets silent auction, please reach out to them and ask for their support. You can give/send this letter to them
- You can donate funds to the Richmond Jets
- Participate in the auction and bid on some items
If you have any questions regarding the auction please email Eric Bernal at email@example.com
Thank you for your consideration of our request to help the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association.
The Board of Directors
Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association
As one of the largest minor hockey associations in British Columbia, the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association offers an integrated (boys and girls) minor hockey program from Initiation to Juvenile. Featuring both recreational ("C") and competitive ("A") streams, our programs operate out of the three different facilities in the City of Richmond: Richmond Ice Centre (RIC), Minoru Arenas (Stadium and Silver Rinks), Richmond Oval (North and South rinks).
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.