Tomahawks Conclude Successful Inaugural Season with Over $25,000 in Donations

Tomahawks Conclude Successful Inaugural Season

with Over $25,000 in Donations

The Johnstown Tomahawks Foundation provided assistance to more than

15 local and regional charitable and non-profit organizations.


Johnstown, Pa. – The Johnstown Tomahawks are proud to announce the Johnstown Tomahawks Foundation (JTF), directly donated and assisted with donations exceeding $25,000 during the inaugural 2012-2013 season. By providing both donations and assisting with community events, the team contributed to over 15 local charitable, non-profit, and youth hockey organizations.


Among these organizations are the Special Olympics of Western PA, Conemaugh Health Foundation Cancer Fund, Planet Ice Arena – Ziggy’s Kids Hockey Program, Portage School SAAD, Johnstown Police K-9 Unit, the Tomahawks Booster Club, and the Forest Hills Girls Varsity Volleyball Event, “Spike Autism.”


The Tomahawks are committed to helping improve the Greater Johnstown community through the JTF, which not only provides its unique resources and financial support to local charitable organizations, but also implements its own fundraisers, community programs, 50/50 Raffles, and special charity events. Led by a dedicated community Board of Directors and administered by the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies (CFA), the JTF continues to develop numerous programs and partnerships that target those who most need support.


“It’s been wonderful to see the Tomahawks enthusiasm to give back to our community,” said CFA President Mike Kane. “The organization made a significant economical impact in their first season. The staff, coaches, and players’ commitment to the region has been tremendous.”


The Tomahawks continue their charitable efforts in the off-season, accepting donation and event requests throughout the spring and summer. More information about how to apply for assistance from the Johnstown Tomahawks Foundation can be found under the community tab of or by calling the team’s offices at (814) 536-4625. A full list of donations can also be found on the website.