Alumni Play in Battle of the Badges to Raise Money for CHaD
Three former Bishop Guertin students will be doing their part to raise money for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) Sunday when they participate in the annual ‘Battle of the Badges.’
Daniel Conley ’01 (Goffstown Police), Kevin Crowder ’02 (Hollis Fire) and Cameron Hult ’16 (Concord Police) will all hit the ice Sunday (March 13) at 1 p.m. at SNHU Arena in Manchester in a game that pits local firefighters against police officers.
Bishop Guertin is proud of their efforts raise money and awareness for the great work CHaD does for local children. We continue to be amazed at the great things our Cardinals do for their communities and we wish them good luck in the game and their fundraising efforts.
General admission tickets purchased online or before 4 p.m. on Friday are $15, while those purchased after that time are $20. Kids five and under are free. For more ticket information, please visit their website.
Money raised from this event are used to help CHaD kids with critical services such as support when they are in pediatric intensive care and management of chronic illnesses, as well as patient and family support services that are so important to the well-being of kids and their futures.
To donate to Daniel Conley: CLICK HERE
To donate to Kevin Crowder: CLICK HERE
To donate to Cameron Hult: CLICK HERE