Heroes in the Community


It’s because of individuals in our community & local business owners that over 8,000 children & youth from Moose Jaw & surrounding area were given the opportunity to attend a Moose Jaw Warriors home game last season. The concept of the Heroes in the Community program is to provide schools, charities, or non-profit groups with tickets for Warriors home games.  There are still many children in Moose Jaw & surrounding area who are not given the opportunity to watch their local sport heroes play due to a variety of social and financial barriers.  We seek assistance from our community to eliminate these barriers and present new opportunities to children with a game day ticket.

Heroes Package:

  • Four (4) adult & Four (4) child season tickets at a special rate
  • Recognition on the Moose Jaw Warriors Website
  • Thank you recognition through the P.A system at Warriors Home Game
  • Visual recognition with your business being listed on in-venue signs
  • Acknowledgement at organization tickets are delivered to (option to stay anonymous)

The decision is yours; you can decide where to donate your child season tickets to; whether it be a school, charity or non-profit group of your choice and retain the Adult Packages for your own use.

If you have a specific group or charity that you are strong supporter of, the Moose Jaw Warriors would be glad to distribute the season tickets to that specific group on your behalf.


Alliance Medical Barry Gunther Consulting Canadian Tire
Clarks Supply & Services Cormode & Dickson C&S Builders
Dirt Dawgs Trucking Double K Excavating Eecol Electric
Final Touch Flooring Fountain Tire Grant Hall Hotel
Great West Farms Ltd. Halstead Denture Clinic HCL Construction
Heartland Financial Konica Minolta McCauley Agencies
MJ Times Herald Ominica Dental Pennas Welding
Provincial Airways Redhead Equipment Simpson Seeds
SNAP Fitness MJ South Sask Bus Lines Terra Grain Fuels
Warriors Alumni Assoc. Water Vision Hot Tubs

To become a Hero in your Community contact: Attention: Pete Iatridis