In 2019 HLF donated to support the renovation of a play/activity room at the RMH in Lund. We loved seeing the updated pictures from this room completion!
Rangers goalie’s donation will provide sustenance for 8,000 kids, families
The Henrik Lundqvist Foundation has decided to support the Food Bank for New York City in the ongoing Covid-19 crisis with a $100,000 grant. This donation will serve approximately 68,000 meals to 8,000 children and their families in NYC. The Food Bank has identified that the grant will have the best reach if it supports […]
2019 marked the 5th year of financial support to Ronald McDonald Barnfond in Sweden. Over the past 5 years, HLF’s work has supported all the 5 separate houses in Sweden. With the below pictures, we wanted to share what projects HLF financed in 2019 for the Ronald McDonald Barnfond in Sweden and in particular the […]
Ticket Holders had an opportunity to support and learn more about HLF and the Young Ambassador program on Saturday, January 18th, 2020. HLF collected items and donations, through an auction, at iPlay America during a meet and greet with Co-founder, Henrik Lundqvist. Attendees donated food, school supplies, toys among other items. They will be distributed […]
HLF teams up with JP Morgan Chase and NY Cares for a day of service at Madison Square Garden.
On Sunday, January 12th, HLF officially welcomed the 5th class of Young Ambassadors, a group of 15 exceptional young men and women who were selected from applicants that sought positions in the program this past fall. Ranging in age from 12 to 18, the group gathered for the first time to learn more about the […]
Allen Magie, a resident of Haskell, NJ visited The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s in New Brunswick just before Thanksgiving in order to spread some holiday cheer to patients in the pediatric oncology and hematology units. The purpose of Allen’s visit was to deliver 100+ gift […]
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Our HLF Young Ambassador, Eli Wizevich has used his service project to volunteer with the Hartford Braillers, a blind ice hockey team. He has become an integral member of the team behind the scenes by leading warm-ups and drills, helping players put on their gear and helping to write grants for the team to cover playing costs.