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Event offers Thanksgiving meals to visitors from Our Lady of the Wayside, Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Boys and Girls Clubs, Ohio Guidestone and City Mission
Members of the Cleveland Indians front office and Delaware North Sportservice played host to the club’s annual Thanksgiving Meal at Progressive Field in the Terrace Club on Sunday.
Visitors from area charities, including Our Lady of the Wayside, Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland, Ohio Guidestone and City Misssion enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal prepared and served by members of the Indians front office, including Paul Dolan, Chris Antonetti, Mike Chernoff and others.
–Photos by Dan Mendlik
Members of the Cleveland Indians front office, including owner Paul Dolan, President Mark Shapiro, GM Chris Antonetti and more served Thanksgiving to nearly 300 people on Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field.The event was made possible, for the fifth straight year, by the Tribe’s partners at Delaware North Cos.
Folks from five area charities — Our Lady of the Wayside, Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland, Ohio Guidestone and City Misssion — enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal prepared and served by members of the Indians front office. Slider and the hot dogs also made an appearance, as evidenced by their lack of help serving in the video below!
–Photos by Dan Mendlik
Update: The Cleveland Indians Charities’ community efforts featured in The Huffington Post. Check it out here: http://huff.to/TT6lHs
The Fill the House for Charity initiative held its 12th and final date of 2012 at Progressive Field Tuesday night when the program welcomed Coats for Kids as the night’s charity partner.
The 2012 season was a big success for the Fill the House program as it continued to be an important fundraising vehicle for its twelve charity partners. In 2012, the Indians raised a total of over $500,000 in donations and in-kind value through the Fill the House program.
Each participating non-profit receives $1 from every ticket sold on their designated night, and $5 from tickets they sell on their own. The organizations are also provided the opportunity to throw out a ceremonial first pitch, have an honorary ball-boy representative, and promote their mission throughout the ballpark.
On Tuesday, July 24, the Indians made the largest single donation in the history of the program as the team raised $54,070 in one night for Guidestone.
The Fill the House program was started in 2009 and has raised over $2 million in monetary and in-kind donations for participating Ohio non-profits since its inception.
— TribeVibe Contributor Max Lom