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Cutters & NYPL Foundation Donate to the American Rescue Workers
12/14/2016 1:43 PM ET

The Williamsport Crosscutters and the New York-Penn League Foundation recently donated over $8,000 to the American Rescue Workers. The donation represented the proceeds from the New York-Penn League Foundation 50/50 Raffle held at Cutters games in 2016.

"We were delighted to have the American Rescue Workers as a partner in our nightly 50/50 raffle and look forward to assisting them in their mission again in 2017," said Cutters Vice-President of Marketing and Public Relations, Gabe Sinicropi. "The amount generated exceeded our expectations and we want to thank all of our fans for their support."

This past season, the Crosscutters utilized the services of 50/50 Central, a company that provides electronic 50/50 raffle services to many sports teams across the U.S.

Monies generated from the 50/50 raffle go directly to the New York-Penn League Foundation and are then distributed to the American Rescue Workers. 

The mission of the American Rescue Workers, founded in 1884, is to give spiritual and material aid to those in need.

The New York-Penn League and its 14 member clubs created the New York-Penn League Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, in 2003. The mission of the Foundation is to provide focus and support for the collective and individual charitable and community efforts of the New York-Penn League, its Clubs, and their staff.

 

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Photo Identifier- Members of the Williamsport Crosscutters present a check for $8,151.22 to the American Rescue Workers. The check represents the proceeds from the team's 2016 50/50 raffles.

(L-R) Sarah Budd - Crosscutters Dir. of Community Relations, Col. Dawn Astin - ARW Co-Commanding Officer, Col. Sam Astin- ARW Co-Commanding Officer, Doug Estes - Crosscutters Vice-President/General Manager

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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