Pats and Mosaic combine to raise $50,425 for REACH


The Regina Pats Hockey Club is pleased to announce results from the Mosaic Saves for Hunger initiative in support of REACH for the 2017-18 season.

For every save made by a Regina goaltender during the regular season, Mosaic donated $25 to REACH.

Pats goaltenders made a total of 2,017 saves during the entire year, resulting in a donation of $50,425 from Mosaic.

“We are really excited about the first year of this initiative,” said Pats COO Stacey Cattell. “To be able to partner with two great organizations in Mosaic and REACH has been a great benefit for everyone involved.”

REACH provides a hand up not a hand out by supporting at risk families to provide healthy food for their children. In addition, REACH helps seniors to stay in their homes by providing healthy food to the door and teaches at risk children and families the skills to eat healthy. You can find out more about the program by visiting

The Pats kick off the 2018 WHL Playoffs on Friday in Swift Current against the Broncos. Tickets for games three and four of the series, March 26 and 28th are available at and the Brandt Centre Box Office.

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