Pats join T’s for Toys in support of Eagle Heart Centre

REGINA – The Western Hockey League announced Tuesday the launch of the T’s for Toys campaign in support of toy drives in WHL communities, with the Eagle Heart Centre set to benefit in Regina.

A league-wide initiative, T’s for Toys will raise funds through the sale of limited edition t-shirts ($20) featuring team mascots, with $7 from every sale going to community charities to purchase toys for local children in need.



In Regina, the Eagle Heart Centre is the local beneficiary of the T’s for Toys campaign. The Eagle Heart Centre is a community-based organization which provides services to support and empower families, children and youth to attain a healthy lifestyle.

“We are proud to be part of a partnership that will bring joy to the many families and children served by Eagle Heart Centre, especially during these times of social distancing,” said Delora Parisian, Director of the Eagle Heart Centre.

“On behalf of the families and children I can say that this will be greatly appreciated. As for our agency, it’s inspiring when we see such generous support from the community – thanks so much for thinking of our families and children!”

To learn more about the Eagle Heart Centre, please click here.

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