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What is Miracles On Ice®?

In 2001, Gary and Leslie Howard started a family foundation to help young adults of financial need and exceptional ability obtain an education by funding college scholarships to Colorado State University and The University of Denver.

In addition to funding numerous college scholarships, the Howard's have combined their passion for education and athletics, specifically hockey, to establish the Miracles On Ice hockey camp. The camp is produced in partnership with the DU Bridge Project and the University of Denver Division of Athletics and Recreation along with other participating sponsors.

The Miracles on Icehockey camp is a one week summer camp for 9-11 year-old inner city boys and girls aimed at teaching basic hockey skills while providing classroom sessions in Math and Reading. The children are supplied with equipment, transportation, and meals for the duration of the camp.

The camp teaches students the importance of overcoming obstacles by building character through maintaining a strong mind and healthy body, encouraging persistence and commitment along with self discipline. The camp also teaches team play by blending education with athletics in a positive environment for learning and growth.

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2018 Camp Highlight Reel

Enjoy our camp 2018 highlight reel created by Alexia Howard, Youth Volunteer Manager
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Miracles On Ice featured in St Anne's Alumni News

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2019 Camp Dates Announced

Our 2019 camp will be held at the Magness Arena, June 3-7, 2019.
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Miracles on Ice Camp featured in Denver Post.

Check out this article on the Denver Post featuring Miracles On Ice, and how we use hockey to teach kids how to overcome life’s hurdles, presented by @usbank. #CommunityPossible
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Avalanche Honor Hockey Is For Everyone

MOI camper Zahara Musa representing Miracles on Ice Camps.
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Miracles On Ice featured on CBS4 News.

Jim Benemann talks with MOI camp founders, participants and volunteers.
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Gary and Leslie Receive Commemorative Jersey

Gary and Leslie receive Commemorative Jersey.
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