Playing hockey in the NHL has been a dream of Mike's since he was young. While Mike feel's incredibly lucky to be playing the game he loves and very fortunate to be able to make a living playing hockey he doesn't want to be defined only by his performance on the ice. That is why he is committed to giving back to his community and is pleased to support the following charities. You can help too. Follow the links on this page to learn more and support the charities Mike has chosen to work with. Mike also makes several appearances throughout the year at different fundraising events so be sure to keep an eye on this site for details of when and where you can meet Mike next.
Mike Fisher Hockey Camp Supports Charity
Posted: March 31, 2009
The inaugural year of the Mike Fisher Hockey Camp was a success not only in teaching
hockey and life skills to the more than 130 campers who attended, but several kids charities benefited from the proceeds. Roger's House and Make-A-Wish Foundation were the recipients of over $50,000 from the 2008 camp.
Kim Lambert and Jim Fisher recently presented a cheque for $30,000 to Mr. Eugene Melnyk, Owner of the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club and a Director of Roger's House.
Elgin-Alexander Fraser takes a twirl around Scotiabank Place ice with Senators centre Mike Fisher
Posted: April 4, 2007
Elgin Fraser's short life has been full of pain, suffering and non-stop hospital visits. But yesterday was a good day, because he got to spend it with his hockey heroes.
Elgin, who turns three next Tuesday, has terminal cancer. In answer to one of his final wishes, the Ottawa Senators gave the Carleton Place boy a front-row seat at a practice, and Senators' centre Mike Fisher even held Elgin while skating around the ice.
Happily decked out in a Senators jersey and carrying a sawed-off hockey stick around Scotiabank Place, Elgin smiled throughout the whole experience.
"We love hockey so much, maybe we put him onto it a little bit," said Hamish Fraser, Elgin's father.
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