UMass Lowell River Hawks Hockey will be hosting a "Super Nick Night" Fundraiser on February 28th during the UML vs Vermont Game. Tickets are $10 each and a portion of the proceeds will go towards the Super Nick Memorial Fund. Nick was adopted to the River Hawks in October of 2011 through Team IMPACT (Inspire, Motivate, and Play Against Challenges)
If you would like to purchase tickets, please contact Joanne Warner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-605-5650. She will be at the rink on weekends with tickets available.
If you elect to make your 2014-15 payments online, below are the instructions to do so. Otherwise, please mail a check, made payable to GLYSA, to:
PO Box 1536
Lowell, MA 01852
Log into your account by clicking on TEAM, followed by edit my account. From here, it will ask for your e-mail and password. (If you don't know or forgot your password, click the login button and a new one will be e-mailed to you). Once logged in, you will see your account balance(s).
If making payments using a debit card, GLYSA would appreciate your help in reducing transaction fees by having you use "Bank Transfer" instead of visa or master card. GLYSA gets charged a percentage fee for every credit card payment made. We would like to avoid having to charge a "convenience fee" as other organizations do, so we ask that you consider using your checking account as opposed to your debit card for payments.
To do this, after choosing the amount you wish you pay, please select "bank transfer". From here you will be prompted to create a Dwolla account (our credit card payment processing website). You will be asked to provide your checking account routing number and account number. Dwolla will verify your account and you will be able to make payments directly from your checking account.
GLYSA shares your concerns about security when entering this information onto a website. Dwolla assures us that your information is secure and will never be shared. Unlike paper checks or credit card transactions, your financial information is not transmitted when making payments, limiting the threat of possible identity theft. To read more about Dwolla, please visit: