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Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation
PO Box 182
Indian Hills, CO 80454

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An Active Father and Outdoor Enthusiast

Hockey dad Sam Beveridge is an active father of 12 and 15-year old boys.  He participates in their interest of all things outdoors as well as their love of playing hockey for the Littleton Hawks.  Sam’s oldest son Jack play on the LHA U15 AA Black team and youngest son Gage plays on the LHA U12 AA Red team.  Sam himself is also a very active athlete and avid cyclist, enjoying racing both road and mountain bikes.  Sam is a familiar face around all of the local hockey rinks as he rarely misses an opportunity to see his sons’ in action.   Sam is a well known and respected member of the LHA and the entire hockey community.

A Fight to Get Back to a New Normal

Tragedy struck Sam in early February as his right leg below the knee was amputated as a result of a gunshot wound sustained during a routine hunting trip. If individuals without proper medical training weren’t on site, Sam would most likely have lost his life.  It is now his inner fight and mental toughness that will bring him back to the normal, everyday active lifestyle he enjoyed prior to the accident. He is an AVID cyclist and has completed the Leadville 100 bike race 11 years in a row! Now, he will need the proper prosthetic to get back into the active lifestyle he was used to (biking, running, hiking, etc).

Your donation will help Sam Beveridge who DAWG Nation has selected as a grant recipient from its charitable class. Your contribution is made with the understanding that DAWG Nation has complete control and administration over the use of all donated funds in pursuit of its charitable purposes and in support of its charitable class.

2 thoughts on “Donate to Sam Beveridge”

  1. My heart is so grateful you’re alive yet heavy for your challenges. I know your mindset is strong – but realistically this is probably the hardest challenge you’ve faced and it’s just flat out hard as hell. Im praying for you Sam!

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