Isaiah Granet is a 2016 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award Recipient and the founder of San Diego Chill, which teaches ice hockey to children with developmental disabilities.
By Isaiah Granet
Bringing the Joy of Hockey to the Developmentally Disabled
This piece is part of a series of perspectives from Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award Recipients on their experiences in philanthropic work. As an avid ice hockey player, I believe in sports as a vehicle to help everyone gain confidence and learn about teamwork and commitment. As my Bar Mitzvah approached, I thought about what…
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