The Colorado Eagles and the UPS Stores of Fort Collins are teaming up once again for Stick up for Kids night on Saturday, November 24th versus the San Jose Barracuda. As part of this special night we will be selecting two kids as our Children’s Champions of the community. “We believe it is time for Stick Up For Kids to take the next step forward,” UPS Stores of Fort Collins Owner Ted Phillips said. “We not only want to continue to help kids but also recognize their piers for their selfless efforts in helping other kids and being leaders in their community.” A Children’s Champion is a student aged preschool through 12th grade that exemplifies making our community a better place to live through their volunteering, community service, or philanthropic endeavors. Eagles President and General Manager Chris Stewart said, “We recognize the opportunity we have as an organization to make a positive impact on our community. These Children’s Champions are doing the same thing in their friend groups, their schools, and their own community. We want to honor them for their commitment to making Northern Colorado a better place.”
We want you, Eagles Country, to help us choose our Children’s Champions, two students, who will have their story told on how they impact the Northern Colorado community during the 2018 Stick Up For Kids Night. Winners of the Children’s Champion Award will get to participate in a post-game team meet-&-greet in the Eagles locker room and a one-of-a-kind customized Eagles Stick that will be used in the warm up of the game on November 24th.
To nominate a kid as a Children’s Champion please fill out the form below and tell us why you think they are a Children’s Champion in their community.