Hometown Hero, presented by Compass Heating and Air


Proud to honor our Hometown heroes

The Chicago Wolves are proud to honor our Hometown Heroes, presented by Compass Heating and Air, and are accepting nominations for the 2018-19 season.


What is a Hometown Hero?

Hometown Heroes are individuals who make our communities what they are. Whether they devote their lives to protecting our country at home and abroad, or serve as first responders at the scenes of crimes, fires and natural disasters, these brave Americans risk their lives for the safety and freedom of us all. Every Hometown Hero deserves our appreciation and gratitude, and the Wolves are providing that opportunity prior to select home games this season.

If you know a member of the U.S. Military or local police and fire departments who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in serving his or her community, tell us their story using the form below.

The Wolves will periodically select winners based on your nominations. Each Hometown Hero will be recognized prior to select home games during the 2018-19 season and join Wayne Messmer on the ice during the National Anthem.


Hometown Hero Nomination Form


The Laurus Foundation

The Laurus Foundation strives to advance the lives of individuals with disabilities — especially those who have served our country in the military — regardless of whether their injury or disability is service-related. After nearly a decade of waging war on terror, it is well-known that the signature wounds of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom have become Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Learn more about these injuries and how the Laurus Foundation can help.

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