The Trevor Linden Foundation, established in 1997, encourages young people to discover their strengths and realize their potential.
Recent Community Partners of The Trevor Linden Foundation:
YMCA-YWCA of the Central Okanagan ‘Strong Kids Campaign’
The Vancouver Sun’s Adopt-a-School Program
The Boys Club Network
Vancouver Canucks ‘Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship’
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Trevor Linden Foundation Charitable Registration Number – 871967188RR0001
The Trevor Linden Foundation
The goal of the Trevor Linden Foundation is to encourage young people to discover their strengths and realize their potential. We partner with organizations and individuals who are engaged in youth development programs that support our values of integrity, hard work, responsibility and leadership.
The Trevor Linden Foundation, a registered charity, was established in 1997 to support the communities in which Trevor played during his 20-year NHL career. Trevor Linden is one of Canada’s most respected athletes, both on and off the ice. Known for his character, leadership and professionalism, he was recognized by his peers with the NHL’s King Clancy Memorial Award for Leadership (1997) and the NHL Foundation Player of the year (2008). Both awards recognize NHL players for leadership and significant contributions within their communities and it is these qualities that sum up Trevor Linden’s career best. In addition to the honors from the NHL, Trevor has been awarded the Order of British Columbia (2003) and the country’s highest honor, member of the Order of Canada (2010).
Over the past 15 years the Trevor Linden Foundation has partnered with charities in British Columbia, Montreal and New York to raise funds and awareness for programs that support the objectives of the foundation. In recent years, the Foundation has grown to focus on programs in undeserved areas in the communities that have supported Trevor throughout his career as a Vancouver Canuck. Local projects include the YMCA-YWCA of the Central Okanagan ‘Strong Kids Campaign’, the Vancouver Sun’s Adopt-a-School Program, The boys Club Network, and, in partnership with the Vancouver Canucks, ‘The Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship’.
The Trevor Linden Foundation Frequently Asked Questions
When was the TLF established?
The Trevor Linden Foundation was established in 1997. It is a registered Canadian Public Foundation. Charitable Registration Number – 87196 7188 RR0001
The foundation was established as a way for Trevor to manage the charitable work he does in the communities in which he has lived and played hockey. By lending his name and reputation to various projects, he has helped many charities raise both funds and awareness for causes that represent his interests.
Where does the money go?
The goal of the Trevor Linden Foundation is to encourage young people to discover their strengths and realize their potential. We partner with organizations and individuals who are engaged in youth development programs that support our values of integrity, hard work, responsibility and leadership. We prefer local grass roots initiatives where we can see the impact of our money and time.
How do you select the projects to fund?
We receive many proposals throughout the year. If a submission is in line with our objectives, we will consider supporting it either with direct funding or by donating Trevor’s influence. In addition, we actively seek out groups that are doing good work in the areas we support, and look for opportunities to partner with them in their communities.
Who pays for the administration costs?
The administration of the foundation is completely voluntary, and all expenses are covered by Trevor, for which he receives no taxable benefit. That way, every dollar donated goes directly to the charities we partner with.
Will I receive a tax receipt for my donation?
Tax Receipts will be provided for any donations $10 and above. If the donation is below a $10 a general receipt will be provided for the donated funds.