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Even though times might be tough right now, the Isotopes are still committed to helping the community! Whether it be with “Truckin’ With You”, Car Parades or other outreach programs, the Isotopes are doing what they can to bring a smile to everyone in the community.

A Speech of their Own

This spring the Isotopes have welcomed Valedictorians & Salutatorians from local high schools to give their hard-earned speeches at RGCU Field at Isotopes Park. We're so proud of all the graduates in the Class of 2020!

High school valedictorians deliver speeches on Isotopes field - KRQE

May 29 - Truckin' With You - New Mexico Beef Council

On May 29, in partnership with the New Mexico Trucking Association, 100 box lunches were given away at the TA Travel Center in Albuquerque. The New Mexico Beef Council and Marketing Solutions New Mexico purchased lunches from Flying Star Cafe to hand out as a thank you to our truck drivers.

May 15 - Truckin' With You - Smith's

On May 15, the Isotopes, the New Mexico Trucking Association and Smith's Food and Drug Stores served up some snack bags for local truckers. Thanks to TA-Travel Centers of America for providing some yummy brownies and UPS for supplying masks. And a big thanks to Baila! Baila!, Inc. for providing some awesome entertainment as well! This was a true community effort!

Isotopes join Smith's to give back to truck drivers - KRQE

May 8 - Truckin' With You - Arby's

The Isotopes and the New Mexico Trucking Association kept the positive vibes going on May 8, this time partnering with our friends at Arby's to provide lunch to our local drivers at FedEx who continue to serve our community.

'Truckin with You' series gives back to local delivery drivers - KRQE

May 8 - Truckin' With You - Burger Boy

The Isotopes, Burger Boy and the New Mexico Trucking Association provided complimentary breakfast burritos on May 8 to the amazing truck drivers at UPS who continue to serve our community.

'Truckin with You' series gives back to local delivery drivers - KRQE

April 16 - Truckin' With You - Dion's Pizza

On April 16, the Isotopes partnered with Dion's Pizza and the New Mexico Trucking Association to serve lunches to New Mexico Truck Drivers. This project served as a small way for us to show support & thankfulness to the truck drivers that continue to work & bring necessary food and goods to our community. Thanks to ABF Freight System for hosting the event!

VIDEO: Isotopes, Dion's and New Mexico Trucking Association serve lunches to New Mexico Truck Drivers

May 28 - Camp Kinergy

Isotopes front office staff members Clint Belau and Andrew Cockrum helped Climbing Tree Therapy on May 28 with their virtual program called Camp Kinergy. Each week Camp Kinergy has a different theme to create fun and exciting therapy experiences for children ages 1 ½- 11 years old via Zoom. Clint and Andrew helped the children at Camp Kinergy with the singing of Take me out to the Ball Game, a virtual tour of Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park, virtual running of the bases, baseball stretches and other at-home baseball activities.

May 15 - UNMH Rudy’s Lunch Delivery

Isotopes front office staff members teamed up with Rudy’s to provide dozens of lunches to the hard working doctors and nurses at the NICU at the Children’s Hospital UNMH.

May 9 - Virtual Coaching Clinic

Isotopes manager Warren Schaeffer hosted a virtual coaching clinic for local little league and high school coaches on Saturday, May 9.

VIDEO: Virtual Baseball Coaching Clinic with Isotopes Manager Warren Schaeffer

Albuquerque Isotopes host virtual coaching clinic - KOB

May 8 - Honoring José Nuñez

When Albuquerque teen José Nuñez found $135,000 in a bag at a local ATM, it didn't even cross his mind what he would do......turn it in. On May 8, the Isotopes and Poulin Solar Pro wanted to "pay it forward" and thank José for being a role model for everyone in our community. The Isotopes welcomed José and his family to Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park to participate in a special first pitch event. In addition to the first pitch, the Isotopes presented José with an autographed baseball and jersey. Poulin Solar Pro also informed José that they would be paying his family's electric bill for the month.

VIDEO: Honoring José Nuñez

Teenager, an Aspiring Detective, Returns $135,000 He Found - The New York Times

May 8 - Honks for Heroes Parade

The Isotopes staff showed their appreciation for the frontline workers and residents at Avamere at Fiesta Park on May 8 during the Honks for Heroes Parade, decorating their vehicles with Isotopes and Mariachis gear as well as positive messages.

VIDEO: Honks for Heroes

MiLB CommUNITY First - Donation MiLB CommUNITY First

The Albuquerque Isotopes joined MiLB CommUNITY First, a national initiative developed by Minor League Baseball in conjunction with Feeding America, raising funds for local food banks and to honor individuals risking their lives on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Isotopes fans' donation funds went to the Roadrunner Foodbank, who consistently help those struggling in the Albuquerque community. For every $10 donated, the Isotopes will donate one reserved level ticket to a future home game this season or in 2021 to a local hero of the pandemic.

VIDEO: Isotopes CommUNITY First program

Albuquerque Isotopes join with Feeding America to aid local food bank - KRQE

Isotopes and Roadrunner Food Bank - KRQE

OT Sports Face Mask Donations

OT Sports, the company that makes the Isotopes jerseys, created face masks that were donated to Lovelace and the University of New Mexico Hospital in early May. Pictured in the photos with the masks: Left - Larisa Smith, Jessie Maxwell, Cody Moseman, Madison Lutz; Middle - Angela Bachicha, Jazmine Valencia, Lauren Bain, Marisol Maldonado, Hellen Ko, Elizabeth Boehm; Right - Lauren Armenta.

Avamere Rehab- Letters to Residents

The Isotopes front office staff wrote letters to residents at the Avamere Rehab Facility in Albuquerque. The letters were to help boost the residents spirits, as they were unable to gather with their families or have visitors during that time.

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