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Community Outreach

Since its inception in 2009, the Reno Aces Baseball Club has maintained a dedicated focus on making a positive impact in Reno and the surrounding Northern Nevada region.
 
The club recognizes its responsibility to the Northern Nevada region, which has continuously shown its support for the past five years. Building partnerships with charitable non-profit organizations and developing programs geared at making a positive impact on local youth has been the corner stone of the Aces community relations department. Click here to view the 2013 Community Report.
 


Camp Lotsafun Day at Aces Ballpark
Camp Lotsafun Day at Aces Ballpark

On August 10, 2013, Aces players and Camp Lotsafun participants will play baseball on the field before the game against the Memphis Redbirds.
 
Children and adults with special needs are given the opportunity to participate in recreational and social programs through Camp Lotsafun, which has been serving the region since 1975.
 
Click here to view a photo gallery from Camp Lotsafun Day at Aces Ballpark on July 14, 2012.

 

 


Reno Aces Foundation Dream Week
Reno Aces Foundation Dream Week

The Reno Aces Foundation "Dream Week" is designed to highlight people in our community deserving of recognition, by rewarding them with once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Driven by professional baseball, the Reno Aces Foundation grants wishes to outstanding and exceptional people that have helped make a positive impact on our community.
 
Reno Aces fans are encouraged to submit their own dreams, or nominate others. Dream Week will be launched in April and run during the week of June 10 - June 13. There will be 1-2 requests granted each day; whether it's a select player visit, a veteran throwing out first pitch, or pre-game catch with a player.
 
Dreams must follow within the Reno Aces Foundation mission, stated above. The Reno Aces Dream team committee will review each request and select dreams that best suit the Foundation mission.
 
To nominate a deserving individual, click here.
 
For details about Dream Week, please email daniel@renoaces.com.

 

 


United Healthcare Full of Life Fan of the Game
United Healthcare Full of Life Fan of the Game

UnitedHealthcare and the Aces want to recognize fans that have made a commitment to improving their own personal health, the well being of family, friends, co-workers, or have taken it upon themselves to help others through community involvement. We'll select an Aces fan that best represents what it means to be the "United Healthcare Full of Life Fan of the Game" throughout the season.

 
Winning fans will receive two tickets to an upcoming Reno Aces game, and will be presented with a Reno Aces/UnitedHealthcare jersey during an on-field ceremony!. Click here to nominate yourself or another worthy candidate.

 

 

 


Flip the Script
Flip the Script

As a way to prevent bullying and the negative effects it has on the region's youth, Flip the Script, a statewide anti-bullying initiative, has partnered with the Reno Aces. The partnership encourages northern Nevadans to join the fight against bullying through participation in community activities and education. The partnership kicks off on Monday, April 30 when the Reno Aces host a "Flip the Script Day in the Park."

 
The first of many initiatives, the "Day in the Park" will feature Flip the Script ambassadors, Reno Aces' athletes and local students who will introduce campaign initiatives and encourage the community to take a stand against bullying. Community members will have the opportunity to interact with ambassadors and learn how they can get involved in starting initiatives at local schools and youth-based organizations. The Reno Aces will also air a series of videos, played at all home games, featuring athletes talking about anti-bullying.

Learn more about Flip the Script
Take the pledge to stand up against bullying
 
Flip the Script- Brett Butler video
Flip the Script- Konrad Schmidt video
Flip the Script- Cole Gillespie video
Flip the Script- Barry Enright video
Flip the Script- Daniel Stange video
Flip the Script- Tommy Manzella

 

 


Brett's Big Leaguers
Brett's Big Leaguers

The Reno Aces launched Brett's Big Leaguers in 2010, as an initiative to benefit the lives of local underprivileged and seriously ill children.

 
Each child selected for the program is given the chance to participate in once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, including one-on-one interaction with Butler and members of the Aces team. The program serves to offer positive role models for at-risk or underprivileged youth and tender a positive outlook for seriously ill children in the area.

The Aces have partnered with the Northern Nevada Children's Cancer Foundation to select participants for the program.

The Northern Nevada Children's Cancer Foundation aims to enhance the quality of life for children with cancer and their families by providing financial assistance and compassionate support programs, while advocating for increased research funds and raising public awareness.

Levy Restaurants, concessionaire for Aces Ballpark, will provide a complimentary meal for each child and his or her families during that day's game.

 

 

 


United Federal Credit Union Extra Credit Challenge
United Federal Credit Union Extra Credit Challenge

The Challenge, a partnership between the Reno Aces and United Federal Credit Union, is an incentive-based program open to students in pre-school through middle school.
 
Participants will be given four challenges, two in reading and two in math. Students who complete the program will have the chance to attend an Aces game.
 
Click here to learn more and enroll in the program.

 

 

 


Student Heroes
Student Heroes

Back for 2013, the Reno Aces Student Heroes program brings Archie and select Aces players to school assemblies at 5 area elementary schools. The Aces will also donate game tickets to students at each of the honored schools!
 
The Aces will bring current players from the team for a Q&A session with the students, discussing education, hard work and the perseverance necessary to become a professional as well as a few minutes to meet the players. In addition, Archie, the beloved mascot of the Reno Aces, will be there to stress the importance of education.
 
After the assemblies, all students in attendance will receive a Reno Aces ticket based on academic achievement, attendance and superior citizenship in the classroom as determined by their teachers.

 

May 13, 2010   West End Elementary, Fallon
May 14, 2010 Gardnerville Elementary, Gardnerville
May 17, 2010 Empire Elementary, Carson City
May 28, 2010 Mt. Rose Elementary, Reno
June 7, 2010 Bud Beasley Elementary, Sparks
April 28, 2011 Mount Rose Elementary, Reno
April 29, 2011 Empire Elementary, Carson City
May 11, 2011 Agnes Risley Elementary, Sparks
May 13, 2011 West End Elementary, Fallon
June 6, 2011 Kings Beach Elementary, Kings Beach
May 1, 2012 Oasis Academy, Fallon
May 18, 2012 Agnes Risley Elementary, Sparks
May 23, 2012 Mt. Rose Elementary, Reno
May 31, 2012 Pleasant Valley Elementary, Reno
June 1, 2012 Stead Elementary, Stead

 

 

 

 

Speakers' Bureau

The Reno Aces take pride in providing assistance to community organizations, non-profits and local businesses. If your company or organization is having an event or function and would like to request a speaker from the organization, please email Audrey Hill at ahill@renoaces.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Donation Requests

If your company or organization is having an auction or raffle and would like to request a donation from the organization, please download the Donation Request Form here.