A William & Mary education is a “scholarship of engagement.” Seventy-five percent of W&M students participate in service projects, contributing an astonishing 323,000 service hours each year through 90 regional partnerships and dozens of national and international service trips.

Each year, Tribe Hockey players participate in a number of campus-wide and Williamsburg-area community service projects and events. It is our team’s goal to foster community service in our players and instill a greater charitable sense for each player to participate in philanthropic activities in the future.

In addition, we connect with alumni One Tribe One Day -- William & Mary's day of engagement and giving. In 2016, hundreds of volunteers helped the university raise $2,193,802 from 10,358 donors in just 24 hours.

The team recently raised money for Avalon, a center in that provides shelter and support to those experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault in the Greater Williamsburg area. Avalon works to break the cycle of abuse and helps create a positive future.