Beanpot Charity Challenge to Raise Money for Injured High School Hockey Player

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Beanpot Charity Challenge to Raise Money for Injured High School Hockey Player The Beanpot Charity Challenge is helping out local teen Matt Brown, who was injured in a high school hockey game in January.

The charity tournament, which takes place at Boston University on Monday before the Beanpot Finals, is a joint effort between The Travis Roy Foundation and the Mark Bavis Leadership Foundation that has raised over $150,000 in its two years.

The foundations have established a challenge fund of $20,000 to benefit Brown, a Norwood High School hockey player who is in the hospital recovering from a spinal injury he sustained after crashing into the boards against Weymouth High.

Brown is listed in serious condition after surgery on his broken vertebrae.

The foundations are prepared to match every dollar up to $20,000 given to Brown’s fundraising page from Feb. 6 through Feb. 14.

To donate, visit the Beanpot Charity Challenge website, www.beanpotchallenge.org.

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