Each season, the Chicago Wolves design and wear a specialty jersey in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. This year, the team also held an Autism Awareness Drive at the same home games when the St. Patrick’s jerseys were worn.
This season, the Wolves created an alternate jersey to honor First Responders and the invaluable work they do in our community. In addition to wearing specialty jerseys, the Wolves also had a First Responders Support Drive.
The Chicago Wolves are asking fans to donate children's outerwear during the "Snug Hugs for Kids" winter clothing drive, presented by Merlin 200,000 Mile Shops. Bring new or like-new coats, scarves, hats, or any other winter clothing item sized to fit children that are newborn to 18 years old, to the Wolves Customer Service Booth during any home game from October 28 to December 18.