The Mighty Penguins, Pittsburgh’s Sled Hockey Team, will be at the NHL’s Centennial Fan Arena event located in the Stage AE parking lot on Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm collecting used hockey equipment in conjunction with the League’s “Recycle the Game” initiative.
Pittsburgh, PA – On February 16, key representatives from Dunkin’ Donuts, including local store managers, presented a check for $5,255 to the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation prior to the Penguins’ game against the Winnipeg Jets. The $5,255 total was the result of a recent one-day promotion by Dunkin’ Donuts in partnership… Read More
With funds collected on game nights from the 50/50 Raffle, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will donate $527,400 to local 501c3 charitable organizations through the first phase of grant distribution.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is proud to present “Pens in the Park,” a day of hockey and family fun at the North and South Park ice rinks.
BY ZACH LAUFER The Penguins hosted their final alumni tribute theme night on February 3 as part of the team’s season-long 50th Anniversary celebration. This was the fourth theme night to commemorate the Penguins’ 50th season, with alumni spanning across five decades of Penguins hockey gathering at PPG Paints Arena… Read More
On February 1, the guests of the 3rd Annual Aces & Ice Casino Night were transported through the looking glass and into the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Down a white hallway of luminous multicolored lights, up to a checkered floor and to the looking glass, Alice herself greeted guests. From… Read More
In partnership with the Pittsburgh CLO, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is proud to be the lead sponsor of this year’s Gallery of Heroes Musical, “Steel.” Through dramatic sketches and musical pieces, the Pittsburgh CLO’s Gallery of Heroes program takes its 50 minute musical to area schools. This year, the Foundation… Read More
Tis the season to assist… the hockey season that is! From December 12 through December 16, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will be assisting organizations in the Pittsburgh-area during the first-ever Week of Assists. In an effort to create a better future for kids, the Foundation will be conducting a random… Read More
The collection will be held before Penguins’ Game On Monday to benefit fallen Officer Scott Bashioum’s family
The Pittsburgh Penguins honored military heroes on Thursday, November 10 at PPG Paints Arena, before and during their 7 p.m. game against the Minnesota Wild (one day before Veterans Day).
The tributes started Thursday morning, when 12 post-9/11 veterans attended the morning skate and had lunch in Suite 66. Each of the 12 veterans received a personalized Penguins jersey from a player following the skate. Among the groups participating were the Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania, Team Red White and Blue, The Mission Continues, the Global War on Terror Memorial Foundation and PA Serves.