Support Us!

Donate Equipment

We’re always looking for equipment for our players! As long as it is still functional (please, toss your own badly damaged or beyond-repair equipment), we can likely put it to use.

You can drop it off at one of our practices (typically at the Ice Plex – check our calendar) or contact to make other arrangements.

Youth teams – we’d love to receive items from equipment drives!

Fundraise for us!

Do you/your team need to do a service project? We’d be happy to work with you to set up and easy way for you to do a peer-to-peer fundraiser, and do all the tracking for you!

See our list of ongoing fundraisers HERE.

Much of what we raise goes to pay for ice time. We appreciate everyone’s support!

About Triangle Special Hockey

Educate, motivate and encourage

individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities to participate in ice hockey in an adaptive environment.


people with disabilities with people without disabilities to promote challenge awareness and to encourage team building.

Use hockey

to help individuals with disabilities develop positive characteristics – dependability, self-reliance, confidence, concentration, willingness to share, personal accountability – that will help them be more successful both on and off the rink.


the general public about special hockey and other disability sports to promote awareness of the challenges and needs of persons who have developmental and physical disabilities.

Serving the Community

Triangle Special Hockey Association (TSHA) is dedicated to the development and enjoyment of ice hockey for developmentally or physically challenged youth and adults. We are associated with the American Special Hockey Association. We serve the Triangle and surrounding areas of North Carolina. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization consisting of parents, volunteers, sponsors and of course, our exceptional athletes.

We are donor and grant funded, and offer our program to special needs individuals at little to no cost to them.

Since 2007…

We’ve geen offering individuals with special needs an opportunity to play hockey and make some friends!

Share in our 2022 End-of-Season Celebration, sponsored by Lenovo

See what it looks like from a player’s perspective!

Hear how it all got started from Jack Cotterell.