McFadden's Movement and Woolley's Warriors
This past hockey season, SERVPRO of Guelph’s, Barret Kirwin was able to put up 59 points, 30 goals and 29 assists, with the Owen Sound Attack. SERVPRO of Guelph has donated $10 per point to two charities that Barret is involved with. We are honoured to partner with Barret and donate $590.00 to each charity on his behalf. Woolley’s Warriors and McFaddens Movement are both incredible, non-profit organizations who have each been founded by Barret’s teammates. Woolley’s Warriors was launched in August 2019 in hopes of conquering diabetes with support and awareness for young athletes living with Type 1. Mark Woolley, a defence man for the Owen Sound Attack, was inspired by his own experience of living with Type 1 and created Woolley’s Warriors in efforts to raise money to send other children like himself to Diabetes Canada D-camps. McFaddens Movement, created by Garret McFadden in September 2016, is a non-profit organization in support of mental health awareness that strives to change, develop and support mental health among athletes. Garret was the former captain of the Guelph Storm and played from 2013-2018. SERVPRO of Guelph would like to thank everyone involved and can’t wait to see what Barret can do next season!