The Boston Bruins haven’t played a game in nearly a month but they’re still finding ways to come through for the fans and are still putting smiles on their faces.

On Wednesday afternoon, the Bruins announced their new partnership with Boston Public Schools that will help support fitness in different schools in Boston and surrounding areas.

As a result of the new initiative, the Bruins donated $80,000 worth of Franklin street hockey equipment to 80 schools in the city.

Bruins rookie Matt Grzelcyk made a surprise appearance at the event, which was held at the Condon School in South Boston, and he helped them break in the new equipment.

Grzelcyk wasn’t alone, though, as he was joined by Boston Bruins CEO Charlie Jacobs, Mayor Marty Walsh, BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang, and Police Commissioner William Evans.

The donations are going to go a very long way when it comes to keeping the children active while building the game of hockey at the same time.

(H/T Twitter/NHLBruins)