On Sunday January 16th, The Henrik Lundqvist Foundation continued Henrik and Therese’s belief that youth have the power to make a difference. The 7th class of Young Ambassadors were welcomed at HLF’s second virtual orientation, where 15 inspiring young adults from both the tri-state and DC metro area learned about their upcoming journey as the next young ambassadors.
HLF Young Ambassadors
Taylor Pinkernell teamed up with Harlem Lacrosse to host a putting contest, which generated enthusiasm and a $4,540 check for Harlem Lacrosse.
The funds will help Washington, D.C.-area children who lack access to skating facilities, equipment, and structured programs.
Anderson Center for Autism (Anderson), founded in 1924 by Dr. Victor V. Anderson, is located in Staatsburg, New York. Anderson’s mission is “Optimizing the Quality of Life for Individuals with Autism.” Anderson serves as a valuable resource to families, the autism community, and public organizations by providing education, information, support, and outreach services. Anderson has […]
On Tuesday, February 23rd, HLF Young Ambassadors and Alumni gathered on Zoom with the Food Bank for NYC (FBNYC) to participate in the first service event of the 2021 season! Young Ambassadors had the privilege of hearing from the FBNYC staff about nonprofit careers, volunteering, and all the amazing work they do feeding New Yorkers. […]
On Sunday January 25th, the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation welcomed it’s 6th class of Young Ambassadors (YA), 16 young men and women ages 12-18 years old, at the foundation’s first virtual Orientation event. This year’s class of Ambassadors includes youth from the tri-state area and for the first time, participants from the DC-metro area as well. […]
On Sunday, May 5th HLF Young Ambassador, Sarah Keane, organized a track meet for disabled athletes at Seaford High School in Seaford, NY
HLF Young Ambassador Jillian Wexler raised funds for the New York Children’s Presbyterian Hospital by hosting the “Skate for a Cause” event at Princeton Day School in Princeton, New Jersey
We asked our Young Ambassadors to collect crayons for the Crayon Initiative and through all of her hard work, Sarah Keane was able to collect thousands of crayons that will be melted and given to hospitalized children.