The Brampton Beast and Oscar’s Roadhouse will be hosting an event for the re-launch of Tyler Donati’s ‘Points for Cancer’ foundation. Oscar’s Roadhouse has generously offered to provide Thanksgiving dinner that the Beast players will serve to fans for $10 on Monday, October 6th. A $2 donation from every ticket will go to the Points for Cancer beneficiary Ovarian Cancer of Canada. Dinner includes turkey, dressing, butternut squash, cranberries, mashed potatoes and gravy.
In addition to the feast, the Beast will be announcing a new player signing at the event and fans will have the opportunity to meet some of the 2014-15 team. There will be a silent auction with Beast memorabilia, fan-experience packages and corporate partner donations. Fan can participate in a live auction to pie Andrew Darrigo, Cal Wild, Jason Pitton and Phil Oreskovic. All funds generated during the event will be donated to Ovarian Cancer of Canada.
Tickets to this event are limited and must be bought in advanced. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Brampton Beast office. Fans that bring a ticket from last season will receive a free dessert. Oscar’s Roadhouse is located on 1785 Queen St. E in Brampton.
About Points for Cancer
Justin Donati, Tyler’s identical twin brother, currently plays with Vita Hästen in Sweden. The brothers started their “Points for Cancer” foundation in their OHL careers, with money for each point either Donati scores being matched by their respective hockey clubs. The proceeds go to research to finding a cure for ovarian cancer. Their mother Corinne was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003, who later passed away in July 2006. Donati and the Beast organization are actively looking for corporate partners to join his Points for Cancer fund. Ovarian Cancer of Canada is the official beneficiary of Tyler Donati’s Points for Cancer Foundation.