The Katie Moore Foundation group donation

April 28th, 2014 at 7:43 pm by Retired Author

Dominic Moore is a center for the New York Rangers. He started his career with the Rangers in 2003, who drafted him 95th overall in the 2000 draft. He split time between the Rangers and Hartford Wolf Pack for three years, before being traded to Pittsburgh. In the next 6 seasons, Moore would play for seven more teams. He stopped playing abruptly during the 2011-12 season to be with his wife Katie, who had fallen ill. The rest of his story can be seen here. (Caution: Sad story alert)

In 2013, Dominic founded The Katie Moore Foundation in her memory and to help “energize medical science looking for paths to safety and healing, and to provide more direction, advocacy, and community for patients and families battling rare cancers.”

An effort has been made on the Rangers subreddit to organize a group donation to the foundation. All information can be found in this post.

There are three ways you can document your donation:

  • Message user BetterCallStaal on reddit and your name will be added to the running total
  • Send a private message (PM) to BetterCallStaal on reddit if you would like to stay anonymous
  • Send an email to if you don’t feel like signing up for reddit

As stated in the post on reddit, any amount, large or small, can make a difference. Thank you.

Current total raised: $3,075

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