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Jamie Reid Kids Hockey Fund
Submitted By Jill Robertson on Wednesday, January 28, 2015
The Jamie Reid Kids Hockey Fund was established in memory of Jamie Reid, who suddenly and tragically passed away early in 2015 shortly after his eight birthday. 

Jamie was born in Barrie and lived and played there his entire life. A physically active and busy boy, Jamie had a passion for many sports. Above all though, Jamie loved hockey and played in the Barrie House League on the Novice Blue Lightening Team where he proudly wore #16 – the number his favourite player, Jonathan Toews, wore in the Olympics. When not skating, swimming, skiing or at Tae Kwondo, Jamie attended Terry Fox Elementary School with his friends where he was always on the go and had a positive outlook on life. The Jamie Reid Kids Hockey Fund is proudly managed on behalf of the Reid Family by Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and is dedicated to helping underprivileged boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18 play hockey by providing registration funding support to the Barrie Minor Hockey Association. Jamie loved life and made many friends through sports. It is hoped that The Jamie Reid Kids Hockey Fund will allow other children the same opportunity as they have fun and make friends in his name through Jumpstart and Barrie Minor Hockey. For more information on how to contribute to the fund, click here to donate

  https://secure.ctjumpstart.ca/registrant/donate.aspx?eventid=165426&langpref=en-CA&Referrer=https%3a%2f%2fsecure.ctjumpstart.ca%2fregistrant%2fsessionExpired.aspx%3feID%3d165426%26lp%3den-CA 

Jumpstart a national registered charity, that helps decrease financial barriers to give kids aged 4 to 18 across Canada the opportunity to participate in sport. Nationally, Jumpstart works with over 300 chapters in various communities as well as over 3,100 community partners and, in 10 years, has helped over 890,000 kids.  
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