Hockey Access

Creating access and opportunities so that everyone who wants to play, can play

Breaking Barriers

Financial Assistance

We are expanding access to programs at Kraken Community Iceplex for all families by partnering with schools and community organizations to connect with low-income families and youth of color to build an equitable and inclusive hockey culture in the region.

Financial assistance is available for the following programs:

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Hitting The Ice

Training the next generation of skaters

At One Roof Foundation, we’re on a mission to open doors to a world of possibilities on the ice and dedicated to providing opportunities to skate for the next generation.

ReWA Program
At the heart of our partnership with Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA), lies a powerful vision: to create a level playing field in the world of ice skating and hockey. By partnering with ReWA, we’re bridging gaps and forging pathways to a brighter, more inclusive future.

For 32 exciting weeks each year, we sponsor 80 preschoolers from ReWA Early Learning Centers and their introduction to ice sports. Each week these young adventurers embark on a journey to Kraken Community Iceplex where they not only hone their skating skills in an extensive Learn to Skate course, but also nurture qualities like discipline, teamwork, and self-confidence.

Field Trips
For Title 1 schools and youth-based non-profits who are interested in a skating field trip at Kraken Community Iceplex, let us help cover the cost! We will ensure a seamless and memorable experience for students, teachers, and chaperones.

Participating in this program is easy, simply reach out to coordinate your visit.

Expanding Our Footprint

MultiSport Courts

Parks are more than just places to play, they’re spaces that promote inclusivity, unity, and growth. We are committed to building multisport courts across the region, empowering local neighborhoods, and inspiring the next generation of athletes. By providing more accessible multi-use spaces, we’re creating opportunities for everyone to participate in hockey, on and off the ice.

These courts are carefully designed to meet the unique needs of each neighborhood. From street hockey to basketball and futsal, our goal is to create spaces that cater to a diverse range of interests and ages.

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A Sport Everyone Can Play


We are partnering with local school districts and youth-focused non-profit organizations to introduce the sport of hockey to kids across the Puget Sound region. Floorball is a great way to share the sport we love without needing ice time or expensive gear.

By donating the necessary equipment and introducing our curriculum developed with Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, schools can incorporate floorball into their regular physical education classes or start their own extracurricular programs around hockey without having to leave the gym.

We’re expanding floorball to more school districts every year. For more information on how you can start your own program, click the button below.

Recent Stories

  • Allies in Sport and Play

    Allies in Sport and Play

    The Kraken and One Roof Foundation joining other local pro teams and the Seattle Sports Commission Foundation to advance play equity in King County – By Bob Condor @ByBobCondor All kids want to play, but not all kids get to play. Increasingly, youth participation in sports in our region is determined by how much their…

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  • Sports Smorgasbord

    Sports Smorgasbord

    Kraken and One Roof Foundation join third annual sports sampling camp introduces multiple sports activities to underserved youth as part of King County Play Equity Coalition — by Bob Condor There are many impressive features of the third annual King County Play Equity Coalition’s sports sampling camp unfolding this week at King County’s Skyway Park,…

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  • [FOX 13] Kraken program teaches local preschoolers to skate for free

    [FOX 13] Kraken program teaches local preschoolers to skate for free

    “Dozens of preschoolers were bussed to the Kraken Community Iceplex for weekly lessons. This was all to establish greater equity in ice skating and hockey.” — Watch the full feature here….

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