New York Islanders prospect gears up for second year of Lenny’s House, a charity named after his late Grandfather

By Waterloo Region Record

Fri., July 29, 2022timer1 min. read

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge goalie Tristan Lennox is giving back in a big way.

The New York Islanders draft pick, and Saginaw Spirit player, has donated $10,000 for ALS in the first year since launching his charity dubbed Lenny’s House.

Lennox founded the charity in honour of his late grandfather Charles Richard Wall, who passed away from ALS.

Each year, the netminder plans to raise funds to support those in need.

Lennox will select a new charity to help this year.

Canadians can contact Lenny’s House — — with their personal stories or suggestions for consideration.

Lenny’s House is entirely volunteer driven and all funds raised go to the charity of choice each year.