After seeing the poor conditions families live in in parts of Nicaragua, HLFYA Grayson Goldman decided he wanted to help. Grayson raised money for an organization called Love Light Melody […]
HLF Young Ambassadors
Connor Wolfe, a junior at Greenwich Country Day School, was inspired by a 9 year old girl in his local community named Alya who suffers from PACS1 disease, a rare […]
In a heartwarming display of community spirit, Young Ambassador (YA) Joseph Rillstone, recently completed an incredible Independent Service Project (ISP) for the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation (HLF). Joseph, a high school […]
HLF & Henrik Lundqvist Celebrate the 8th Class of Young Ambassadors’ Impact in Their Communities at Madison Square Garden
Henrik Lundqvist’ belief “in the incredible power of young people to make a difference in the world” was never more evident then on Sunday, November 5th when the 8th class […]
Hello, My name is Ava Ranski, and I am a Young Ambassador for the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation. I was honored to be chosen and even more excited to have the […]
During the month of October, Shaina Sternhell took a humble step to support breast cancer awareness, even though this cause hasn’t directly affected her family. Her story exemplifies the beauty of small gestures and the impact they can have.
Teddy Gargano, a 2023 Henrik Lundqvist Foundation Young Ambassador, decided to make an impact by dedicating his independent service project towards mental health awareness and the familiarization of the newly revised Suicide and Crisis Lifeline three-digit number, 988.
Charlotte raised a total of $1,300 for the hospital. A portion of the funds went to carefully purchasing the children’s most requested items, which were later shipped to the hospital.
HLFYA Jack Reynolds organizes a school supply drive for children with complex medical needs at the Elizabeth Seton Children’s School.
Jack decided it would be most meaningful to do his ISP on behalf of the Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center in Yonkers, New York.
For my independent service project, I wanted to help the Ronald McDonald House in the Hudson Valley.