Stoughton Youth Hockey Association has funding and scholarship opportunities available to assist families and skaters with the cost of playing hockey.
Additionally SYHA also offers alternate payment plans and multiple fundraisers a year that go directly to reducing Families skater fees.
It is important that our association not allow family financial challenges be a reason for non-participation in this great game.
Please contact the Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the payment plans or applying for scholarships.
Stoughton Hockey Scholarship
Stoughton Youth Hockey Association (SYHA) was founded in 1971. As one of the older clubs in Southern Wisconsin we take pride in developing hockey players both on and off the ice. Cost should not the determining factor between a child playing a sport they love and not being able to play.
Fenton Kelsey Scholarship
This Scholarship is offered through the Region 4 Hockey Council.
This fund is to provide financial assistance to player families that have run into hardship. This assistance is to keep the player in hockey rather than be forced out by family hardship. See the attached form below for details.
IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING PLEASE REACH OUT TO SYHA PRESIDENT OR TREASURER AS THE CLUB MUST BE THE ONE TO SUBMIT THE APPLICATION
Jingles O'Brien Scholarship
The Jingles O’Brien Scholarship Fund was founded by Michael O’Brien shortly after his father passed away in 2010. William “Jingles” O’Brien spent most of his life in the Greater Madison Area. He graduated from Edgewood High School in 1943, served in the U.S. Navy, opened the Stadium Bar in 1957; all the while playing the great game of hockey! Jingles started on the ponds of Vilas Park then eventually played competitively in state and semi-pro leagues. He loved the game of hockey all his life & also loved to give back to the community whenever he could.
The intent of this scholarship fund is to ensure Jingles’ will eternally give back to the Greater Madison Area through non-profit hockey clubs and ice arenas. It gives families in financial hardship an opportunity for their children to participate in an excellent team sport that provides tremendous exercise and a sense of belonging to a great hockey community. The Fund is about awarding good kids that give back to the club or community the opportunity to play hockey. The Fund will also award clubs directly to help promote hockey at the youth level.