Robby Glantz Hockey School
The Robby Glantz Hockey School supports DTBL by providing hockey camps for military children.
Robby Glantz Hockey School, based out of Sherman Oaks, California, has over 100 Power Skating Programs across North America. Every year since 2011, they have provided one free slot for military kids to every available camp across the nation. This huge camp donation has made a major impact on DTBL military families.
The Robby Glantz camps listed have limited spots available and selection will be based off DTBL's priority list. Applications for these camps will close one month prior to each camps start date. Applicants will be notified as soon as possible whether they have been accepted into this camp or not. Please watch your spam folder for emails from DTBL. For questions about hockey camps contact Tom Stark, the DTBL Camp Director: TomStark@defendingtheblueline.org
1. Go to the Robby Glantz website to see if there is a camp near you. Write down the # (number) of the camp.
2. Return to this page and fill out the submission form below. In the appropriate box, select your camp by it's number.
3. If you qualify and there is a slot available for the location you selected, you will be emailed a certificate to use when signing up on the Robby Glantz website.
All questions with a * must be answered in order for submission to be sent to DTBL. If all required questions were answered, then you would be taken to a thank you page after hitting submit. If you remain on this page after hitting submit, then you will need to check your application for unanswered questions and resubmit.
You will be notified if you are selected to attend the requested hockey camp. You may need to check your spam folder for verification emails. It may take up to 4 weeks for the selection process. Please do not contact DTBL until after the 4 weeks in order to give our volunteers time to make the selections.
Camp requests are filled based on the available slots in the camp you selected plus the status and rank of camp applicants (military parent).