A Primary Assist to Ful-FILL a Promise

The Flyers Alumni Association expresses its gratitude to our 2018 Toyota Flyers Charity Classic partner, David and Fill Financial, Inc., in helping us toward fulfilling our pledge to financially assist the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation in building a new rink in the Delaware Valley for use by the Snider Hockey kids.


For every fundraising dollar raised at the Charity Classic by Alumni-captained teams -- the Ides of Marsh (Brad Marsh), the Flyers Alumni Team (more than a dozen Flyers Alumni), Team Guffaw (Brian Propp) and Bundy's Chariot of Flyers (Chris Therien) -- David and Fill Financial will make a dollar-for-dollar matching contribution up to a maximum $10,000.
"Speaking personally, I've been a diehard Flyers fan since I was a kid. I'm a season ticket holder, and I love the mission behind the Charity Classic, Alumni Golf and Alumni Fantasy Camp that combine fun and raising money for worthy causes," said George Fill. 

"The Flyers and Flyers Alumni bring so much to the community, on and off the ice, and we are happy to help out. The Flyers are a family and we're thrilled to be an extended part of that family as Flyers fans and partners in the Charity Classic."
Based out of 40 Wall St. in New York, David and Fill Financial, Inc. has recently opened a  Philadelphia location at 1800 John F Kennedy Blvd, #820, and is continuing to expand. The firm is dedicated to helping their clients with financial planning strategies customized to their goals and needs. 
Brad Marsh, the president of the Flyers Alumni Association and Flyers director of community development said that both in the business and hockey worlds, teamwork is the common thread to success.
"George is someone who lives and breathes Flyers hockey and understands what hockey is all about, which is teamwork. You win together as a team and the key to being part of the fabric of the community is to partner within the community. That's true not just in hockey, but in business and life itself. What David and Fill is doing in making our fundraising dollars at the Charity Classic go much further by matching fans' contributions is a huge help. We're very grateful," Marsh said.