Youth who are disadvantaged economically, socially, or both can miss the opportunity to learn the joy and discipline of hockey. The Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that every child gets a chance to participate.
Through fundraisers and annual events we round up a crowd, have fun and raise money to fulfill our mission of providing opportunities for youth hockey in Alaska. Sponsorships and individual donations are graciously accepted.
The Foundation bears Scotty’s name, but the story of the Foundation is really about Scotty’s dad and the Gomez family. It’s a story of the American Dream.
Carlos Gomez was born in Modesto, California to crop-picking Mexican parents. His entire family was deported, despite Carlos’ United States citizenship. The family lived two hours from Puerto Vallarta in the jungle, and Carlos’ mother was determined to escape poverty. The family scattered to Tijuana, where an aunt had a house, and to San Diego, and Modesto California. Carlos lived with relatives in San Diego through his school years.
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