The Indians donated $5 of each ticket sold by the participating non-profit organization back to the Charity.
CLEVELAND, OH --- The Cleveland Indians community outreach initiative, “Fill the House for Charity,” is a partnership between the Indians organization and 13 non-profit service agencies. Each non-profit agency has a designated Wednesday home game to celebrate and promote their mission at Progressive Field. Today’s efforts allowed Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland to raise $30,131 for their cause.
The Indians donated $5 of each ticket sold by the participating non-profit organization back to the Charity. Also, $1 from every overall ticket sold for today’s game was donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland. The current in-kind donation total is $426,095 with 9 out of 13 area non-profit organization participating in Fill the House for Charity!
The Indians also provided promotional support to help raise awareness for the Charity and its event date. This included radio and TV network promotions, a webpage dedicated to Fill the House for Charity− indians.com/fillthehouse− inclusion in the game day’s Batter Up! program, a scoreboard feature showcasing the organization, various Indians autographed auction items and inclusion in pregame activities.