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Submitted by Michael Hickey on Mon, Oct 3, 2016


UCT Gives Back AGAIN to SPECIAL HOCKEY Video Contest

UCT has been helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 50 years. Members support schools, workshops, camps and other programs that benefit those with disabilities. UCT also supports the American Special Hockey Association (ASHA). 

Last year, we gave $15,000 to two deserving special hockey programs. Thanks to the overwhelmingly positive response to the 2015 UCT Gives Back to Special Hockey video contest, we’re sponsoring another video contest for special hockey programs across North America – the UCT Gives Back AGAIN to Special Hockey Video Contest! We have two prizes to give away AGAIN – the first-place winner will receive $10,000 and the second-place winner will receive $5,000!  It’s easy to enter:

  • Create a short video up to 2 1/2 minutes long
  • The video doesn’t need to be professionally filmed – use a video camera or smartphone and keep it simple
  • Explain how the $10,000 would help your program and what UCT means to you
  • Video finalists will be posted on UCT’s Facebook page for followers to vote on the winners, and you can VOTE once per day


*This year we will not be showing the total votes on the leader board*
*This year the voting period will only last 4 weeks*


UCT Gives Back – for more information and the timeline.


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2015 UCT Gives Back to Special Hockey Winners:
1st Place $10,000:  West Michigan Patriots
2nd Place $5,000:  CCYHA Columbus Blue Jackets Special Hockey

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, D.C. (void in Puerto Rico) and Canada (excl. Quebec). Must be 18 or older (U.S.) or age of majority (Canada) to enter. One first-place prize of US$10,000 for your team, and one second-place prize of US$5,000 for your team is available to be won. Limit one entry per person per team. Odds of winning the prize depends on the number and caliber of eligible submissions and the number of votes received. Math skill-testing question required in Canada.

Date of Publication: 
Mon, Oct 3, 2016