Shirts Off Our Backs presented by Rogers
We’re biased, but you’d look good in orange!

Monday, December 21 TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE >>

Back by popular demand, Shirts Off Our Backs presented by Rogers will take to the concourse at Rexall Place on December 21, 2015 as the Oilers battle the Winnipeg Jets!

New this year, a full roster of crested, autographed orange Oilers jerseys will be up for grabs! With a donation to the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton, fans will have the opportunity to win one of these special jerseys being raffled throughout the game. Raffle tickets are available by donation at $5 each or five for $20 with net proceeds benefiting the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton and the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation.

As the presenting sponsor of Shirts Off Our Backs, Rogers is excited to partner with the EOCF and as a special thank you to everyone participating in Shirts Off Our Backs and helping out the Christmas Bureau, Rogers is offering raffle ticket holders the chance to win a team signed orange jersey.

This year is the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton’s 75th Anniversary, and they will aim to raise $1.7 million to help over 67,000 Edmontonians in need. It wouldn’t be Christmas without family, friends and turkey – of course! But, for some, it wouldn’t be Christmas without the help of the Christmas Bureau.

The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation cares deeply about our Community. Established in 2001, the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) continues the Oilers legacy of giving back by contributing its unique resources and financial support to charitable organizations that serve the communities of Northern Alberta. With a focus on education, health and wellness for youth in Oil Country, the EOCF is dedicated to building strong, vibrant and safe communities by demonstrating philanthropic leadership.

Led by a dedicated community Board of Directors, the EOCF has developed a number of programs and partnerships that target those who need it most.

The EOCF raises its funds through a variety of fundraising initiatives that take place during Oilers home games and the generous contributions of Oilers fans and friends.

The Foundation gives back in excess of $2.5 million annually to charitable organizations registered with Revenue Canada whose programs support education, health and wellness for youth throughout Oil Country.