Sponsors (Brock Minor Hockey Association)


Brock Minor Hockey Sponsorship

Brock Minor Hockey Association is a non-profit organization that provides youth from Brock Township the opportunity to play hockey in a positive and healthy environment. We provide multiple programs at various levels of play to ensure that hockey in Brock is possible for as many youth as possible. 

There are many benefits to playing minor hockey. Participation on a hockey team builds social skills, improves self-esteem and physical fitness, increases academic success, and offers a greater sense of community. Minor hockey is one of the focal points of our community!

Dedicated volunteers work tirelessly to support and run our association. Our association is greatly assisted because of the generous support of our community businesses and team sponsors. This support ensures we can run successful hockey programs and player development. 

Your sponsorship would show great community involvement. The costs of team uniforms and ice purchases continue to increase and recruiting new kids to keep the game alive and running skills development programs, all require a tremendous amount of funding to operate our program; as such, we are looking to our community for sponsorships.

There are many benefits to becoming a sponsor!

Why Sponsor?

It provides our township’s children with an opportunity to become physically active and be part of a team.

Sponsorship plays a critical role in providing funding for our programs, player development and support of families in need.

Having your company or business name associated with a minor sports program resonates with customers and clients. 

Hockey families and community members almost always end up dedicated supporters of community-based businesses.

Interested? Please download and review the Sponsorship Package Below, and email a filled-out copy of the sign-up page per the instructions at the top of the form.



Brock Wild 2022-2023 Platinum "Association" Sponsor:

Organization & Other Major Sponsors
Beaverton Lions Club
The Orillia Lions Club formed the Lions Club of Beaverton in 1947 and presented us with our gong. The official chartering took place on January 20, 1948 with 31 charter members. Our club’s 50+ dedicated volunteers strive to make our community a better place. Our projects are aimed to improve our community's services and resources with a focus on children and youth activities on top of the Lion's 5 Global Causes of Diabetes, Vision, Hunger, Environment & Childhood Cancer. The Randy Skinner Family Splash Pad, Foster Hewitt Memorial Playground, Skate Park and paved Lions Loop are examples of the community work our club has accomplished in recent years. Our annual activities including the Winter Carnival, Canada Day Celebrations and Elimination Draw are designed to raise funds and have fun.
Northern Stoker
Northern Stoker outdoor wood furnaces represent the culmination of the best design concepts, real world operation, serviceability and extreme heavy duty durability. These factors integrate into a product that will serve the customer and protect their hard earned investment for many years to come. These furnaces are designed and built for the Canadian climate and will perform through the harshest weather the heating season can throw at it.