MSE FOUNDATION AND THE WASHINGTON CAPITALS AND WIZARDS RAISE MORE THAN $144,000 FOR TRAGEDY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR SURVIVORS THROUGH 2014-15 COURAGE PROGRAM

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation executive director Elizabeth Pace and Telos Corporation CEO John Wood presented Bonnie Carroll, president and founder of Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), with a check in the amount of $144,500 on April 15, at Verizon Center.READ MORE

MYSTERY MINI-HELMETS RAISES MORE THAN $18,600 FOR MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT FOUNDATION

The Washington Capitals raised $18,630 for Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation through the team’s Mystery Mini-Helmets, which took place at the Caps game against the Boston Bruins on Apr. 8. The fundraiser featured 465 mini-helmets that were signed by various Capitals players and sold for $40 each.PHOTO GALLERY

Purchase a Mystery Mini-Helmet on Apr. 8, 2015 for a chance to meet Nicklas Backstrom

Stop by the MSE Foundation table on the main concourse of Verizon Center behind section 104 starting at 7 p.m. before the Washington Capitals face-off against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday, Apr. 8, to participate in the Mystery Mini-Helmets fundraiser. All but five mini-helmets are autographed by a Caps player. If the mini-helmet you select is not autographed, Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom will sign it for you personally after the game!READ MORE

MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT FOUNDATION DONATES MORE THAN $35,000 TO HOMEWARD TRAILS ANIMAL RESCUE

Washington Capitals better halves Carmen Brouwer and Courtney Parrie Green presented a $35,125.32 check to Homeward Trails Animal Rescue on March 28 during the Capitals game versus the Nashville Predators.PHOTO GALLERY

CAPITALS ERIC FEHR READS CHILDREN’S BOOK AT KEY ELEMENTARY

Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr read his children’s book, The Bulliest Dozer, to nearly 50 second- through fifth-grade students at Francis Scott Key Elementary School in Arlington, Va., on March 24. Following the reading Fehr and co-author Pamela Duncan Edwards participated in a Q&A session with the group.PHOTO GALLERY

CAPITALS AND MSE FOUNDATION HOST COURAGE CAPS SKATING PARTY AT KETTLER CAPITALS ICEPLEX FOR TAPS

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation and Washington Capitals American-born players John Carlson, Jack Hillen, Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik hosted more than 150 children and adults assisted by Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) for a skating party at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Tuesday, Feb. 24.VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

CAPS' BETTER HALVES GIFT BASKET SILENT AUCTION RAISES NEARLY $34,000 FOR MSE FOUNDATION

The Caps' Better Halves raised $33,950 for Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation through their annual gift basket silent auction held at the Capitals game against the New York Islanders on Saturday, Feb. 21.VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

2014-15 COURAGE CAPS PREVIEW GALLERY

Check out our 201415 Courage Caps presented by Telos Corporation in support of T.A.P.S. gear modeled by Brooks Orpik, Tom Wilson, John Carlson and Matt Niskanen!View

Arlington Public Library's Westover Branch Hosts Special Storytime and The Bulliest Dozer Signing with Capitals Forward Eric Fehr

Washington Capitals forward Eric Fehr signed copies of his children's book, The Bulliest Dozer, during a special storytime hosted by Arlington Public Library's Westover Branch on Monday, Feb. 9. PHOTO GALLERY

Capitals Players Jason Chimera and Matt Niskanen Participate in Flashes of Hope Photo Shoot

Washington Capitals forward Jason Chimera and defenseman Matt Niskanen participated in a Flashes of Hope photo shoot with cancer patients and their families at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Va., on Feb. 9.WATCH VIDEO RECAP

MLK DAY OF SERVICE

Washington Capitals Hall-of-Famer Rod Langway and Mystics guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt participated in a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service project in partnership with Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation and Playworks Washington, D.C., at Kimball Elementary School in southeast D.C. on Jan. 19.WATCH

Winter Classic Puck Surprise Raises $18,000

The Washington Capitals raised $18,000 for Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation through the team’s Winter Classic Puck Surprise, which took place at the Caps game against the Colorado Avalanche on January 12.READ MORE

Capital Donate $26,000 to Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Program

Caps forward Joel Ward presented the check on behalf of Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation.Watch

MSE Foundation Family-to-Family Holiday Party

The Caps hosted a holiday party on behalf of MSE Foundation for families adopted through the Foundation’s Family-to-Family program.Watch

50/50 Raffle

50/50 Raffles are coming to Capitals and Wizards games this season, giving fans a chance to win cash prizes while supporting Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation and its programs.LEARN MORE

Playworks: Paper, Rock, Scissors!

MSE Foundation is a proud supporter of Playworks, who helps kids use alternatives to violence and anger to resolve disputes, such as settling disagreement with Rock, Paper, Scissors!Watch

MSE FOUNDATION & KABOOM! BUILD NEW PLAYGROUND

Washington Capitals players Jack Hillen, Matt Niskanen and Joel Ward, Washington Mystics guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt and Washington Wizards alumnus Bob Dandridge joined MSE Foundation and more than 175 volunteers to build a new playground at Imagine Lincoln on Oct. 30.VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Capitals Raise More Than $55,000 During Hockey Fights Cancer Night

Donations benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s National Capital Area ChapterREAD MORE

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