The Bulldogs' Foundation has made donations to the following organizations:

  • 799 Black Knight Squadron

  • Amedius Canada

  • Ancaster Rotary Club

  • Archer College

  • Arthur Public School

  • Autism Ontario

  • Banyan Community Services

  • Bereaved Famillies of Ontario

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Halton

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Hamilton

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada

  • Breast Cancer Support Services

  • Burlington Art Centre

  • B'nai Brith

  • Caledonia Seniors Centre

  • Cambridge Ice Hounds

  • Canadian Blood Services

  • Canadian Cancer Society

  • Canadian Cancer Society Brantford

  • Canadian Cancer Society Halton

  • Canadian Diabetes Association

  • Canadian Mental Health Association

  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind

  • Canadian Paramedics Reponse Network

  • Canadian Red Cross

  • Carpe Diem

  • Cathedral of Christ the King

  • Catholic Children's Aid Society

  • Catholic Youth Organization

  • Charlton Hall Child and Family

  • Children's Aid Society

  • City Kidz

  • Cole's Florist

  • Copetown Lions Club

  • Creek Community Church

  • Crime Stoppers

  • Crohn's and Colitis Foundation

  • Cystic Fibrosis Canada

  • Delta High School

  • Dofasco

  • Down Syndrome Association

  • Dundas Valley School of Art

  • East Hamilton Strings

  • East Plains Co-op Preschool

  • Easter Seals Society

  • Fairway for Heroes

  • Foodshare

  • Frontenac Public School

  • Glenview Public School

  • Greensville Public School

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Halton Children's Aid

  • Halton Women's Place

  • Hamilton 5 Pin Bowlers Association

  • Hamilton Association for Community Living

  • Hamilton Children's Aid

  • Hamilton District Charter Accountants

  • Hamilton Dream Centre

  • Hamilton For Haiti Music Festival

  • Hamilton Halton Construction Association

  • Hamilton Health Sciences

  • Hamilton Minor Hockey Council

  • Hamilton Police Association

  • Hamilton Police Service

  • Hamilton Ringette Association

  • Hamilton Thunderbirds

  • Hamilton-Wentworth Public & Catholic Schools

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation

  • Homefront Cancer Services

  • Homestead Christian Care

  • Humble Rock Entertainment

  • Interval House

  • Invitrogran Canada

  • Juravinski Cancer Centre Foundation

  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

  • Keep Canada Slim

  • Kinsmen Club of Grimsby

  • Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club

  • Knights of Columbus Dundas

  • Knights of Columbus Ontario Charity Foundation

  • LIUNA Local 837

  • The Lung Association

  • Lynwood Hall

  • Maple Leaf Foods

  • MCAP Leasing

  • McMaster Children's Hospital/Mac Kids

  • McMaster University

  • Miles for Smiles

  • Mission Services

  • Mohawk College

  • Molson

  • Mother Goose Co-op Preschool

  • Mulligans Fore MS

  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of Hamilton

  • Neighbour to Neighbour

  • New Horizon Homes

  • Niagara Children's Association

  • Niagara Regional Police Association

  • North Burlington Baptist Church

  • North South Connection

  • Outlook Residence

  • Participation House (Able Living)

  • Pelham Community Centre

  • Queen Mary School

  • Ronald McDonald House

  • Royal Hamilton Light Infantry

  • Ryerson United Church

  • Saku Koivu Foundation

  • Salvation Army

  • Schizophrenia Society of Guelph

  • Sir John A. MacDonald School

  • St. Jerome Catholic School

  • St. Joseph's Villa Foundation

  • St. Thomas the Apostle Church

  • Stoney Creek Warriors

  • Subway

  • Survive & Conquer Relay for Life Team

  • TD Canada Trust

  • The AIDS Network

  • Townsview Family Table Council

  • TubeMac

  • United Way

  • W. Ross MacDonald School

  • Wentworth Metal Recycling

  • Wesley Urban Ministries

  • West Lincoln Memorial

  • West Plains United Church

  • Westdale Reformed Church

  • Wismer Foundation

  • YMCA

  • YWCA


Our Programs



This new initiative was established to strengthen the ties with our inner city schools and provide students an opportunity to connect with Bulldogs players and community partners. The students not only are supported with a healthy breakfast but also receive tickets to games, visits by Bulldogs players and an opportunity to connect with a business partner.

Harry Howell Scholarship

The Foundation has supported a graduating student (both male and female) that is registered in a post-secondary institution with a $2,500 scholarship. The students have participated in extra-curricular activities, have taken leadership roles in their schools and have given back to their community. This is another connection the Foundation makes in supporting the 20 Hamilton schools that participate in the Breakfast Program.


Breakfast Program

The Bulldogs Foundation has an interactive partnership with the Hamilton School Boards that focuses on the Foundation's Breakfast Program. The Breakfast Program is the primary focus for the Foundation and Supports 20 local Hamilton schools by providing a healthy breakfast to 10,000 kids. The Foundation provides $200,000 annually to support this initiative.


Foundation Booth

Our Foundation Booth, which is located on our concourse during Bulldogs home games is a very popular fundraising venture for our Foundation. Through the sales of game-used and signed sticks, jerseys, as well as a wide variety of other memorabilia, we are able to provide our fans with some great take-home keepsakes while raising money to support our Breakfast Program.




"The Hamilton Bulldogs have a long history of helping our most needy students and schools.  The HWDSB Foundation is pleased to be a partner with an organization that exhibits this high level of corporate social responsibility!"

-Wayne Joudrie

Chair, HWDSB Foundation


"The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board is proud and honoured to partner with the Hamilton Bulldogs Foundation to support the Equal Opportunity school’s by eliminating socio-economic barriers to good nutrition. Both organizations recognize the importance of a healthy start to an academic day which lends itself to positively impacting entire school communities."

-Sandra Scime

Asst. Superindendent of Education, HWCDSB