Congratulations to our 2022 Kubota community hero!

Saralyn Gillan is the Kubota and CHL 2022 Community Hero

We are thrilled to announce that Saralyn Gillan is the Kubota and CHL 2022 Community Hero.

In addition to being a front-line working nurse, Saralyn has helped open a non-profit community space for youth ages 5-18 that provides a free and inclusive space for youth to rebuild their social skills post-covid. Saralyn is also a contributing member to the J-Street Community Space, an organization aimed at making a difference within her community through providing food and clothing accessibility to all.

She has won a $25,000 donation to her charity of choice. Congratulations, Saralyn!

To extend our appreciation to these outstanding heroes, both Carie Stock from Cochrane, AB and Sharon Hayes from Hamilton, ON will be awarded $5,000 to the charity of their choice. They will both be honoured at live game night celebrations, Calgary Hitmen and Hamilton Bulldog games respectively, for their incredible work and dedication to their communities.

Thank you to all those who participated, as well as those who helped give a hero their moment.

Our 2022 Finalists

Carie Stock
Founder of a non-profit organization, Helping Families Handle Cancer. The organization provides financial relief to families dealing with cancer. Helping cover medication, travel expenses, bills and mortgage payments so parents can focus on their children when they need the most support.
Sharon Hayes
Founder and president of Helping Hamilton Homeless for local residents in the community. Extending her program year round through the donation of food, clothing, hygiene items, and more!