About The 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey Association
The 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey Association, a non-profit entity started in 2010 created this event as a way to maintain and expand ice skating as well as recreational opportunities for the community as well as honor the rich heritage of hockey in Concord. Over the 10 years of the tournament our success allowed The Black Ice to give well over $480,000 back to the community, in areas that are true to our mission.
In 2011, Black Ice became the advertising agent for the Everett Arena, allowing advertisers to receive exposure at the Black Ice Tournament and for 12 months at the Everett Arena. In 2017 Black Ice expanded it advertisement reach to include the Ice Den and Tri Town Arena both in Hooksett.
- Did you know Black Ice Pond Hockey Association is a non-profit?
- Over the last 10 years of the event the Black Ice Pond Hockey Association has donated over $425,000 back to the community.
- Our mission is to maintain or expand ice skating and recreational activities in central New Hampshire.
The Black Ice Pond Hockey Association would like to acknowledge and thank the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President's Grant Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation for their significant contribution.
Request for Funds
Organizations and/or individuals seeking funds from the 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey Association should submit the REQUEST FOR FUNDING application to the 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey Association Executive Board. The disbursement of funds to any individual or organization must adhere to the mission of the 1883 Black Ice Pond Hockey Championships:
To maintain and expand ice skating and recreational opportunities throughout the City of Concord.