This year, the Blues 14 Fund has the unique opportunity to partner with local boys and girls clubs to build on-site youth street hockey rinks and start a youth hockey scholarship program. These opportunities come with a cost for the foundation and therefore grants for the 2013-14 season will be awarded on a limited basis. Check back soon for more information on these exciting new programs.


The Blues 14 Fund understands the importance of our grants to a variety of charitable organizations. We will make every effort to continue to support organizations that rely on our grants.

In order to make a meaningful impact in the St. Louis community, the St. Louis Blues 14 Fund focuses on four areas of giving and provides funding to organizations and projects dedicated to:

Cancer Care & Awareness

- Cancer awareness, prevention, and treatment for pediatric and adult cancer patients and their families.

Health & Wellness

- Programs that focus on awareness, prevention and treatment of childhood diseases
- Programs that promote physical activity, nutrition, and mental well-being of area children.
- Preference will be given to wellness programs that involve hockey and requests for the Blues Street Hockey Program.


- Educational programs that focus on special needs in the community
- Programs that present an important initiative to area children (i.e, diversity, character education).

Youth & Amateur Hockey Development

- Development of youth and amateur hockey through learn-to-play programs and scholarship, as well as the Blues Street Hockey Program.

NEW FOR 2012-13! Grant Applications will now be accepted through our easy online submission form. Click here to apply online.

Grant applications will also be accepted via mail. Please download the 2013 Grant Application .PDF and mail required information to:

Blues 14 Fund
Grant Request
1401 Clark Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103

You only need to submit one application, either online or by mail.

Agencies must complete and submit the application no later than Friday, May 31 at 5 p.m. No exceptions.