Heritage Bank and Whidbey Island Bank, a division of Heritage Bank, have stepped up to the plate for this summer's "Good Karma Mondays" with the Everett AquaSox. At each Good Karma Monday, Everett AquaSox fans can name their ticket price and proceeds from that evening's box office ticket sales will be donated to a local non-profit organization. The goal of the program is to fill the ballpark on Mondays and raise much needed funds for the below mentioned non-profits.
The beneficiary for the first Good Karma Monday on June 16, 2014 will be
Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation - Oso Landslide Relief Fund, receiving 100% of the ticket sales.
Four other Snohomish County organizations have also been selected as recipients for the following Good Karma Mondays, each to receive 50% of the ticket proceeds on their respective dates.
7/14 7:05PM -- Work Opportunities
7/28 7:05PM -- Volunteers of America
8/11 7:05PM -- Senior Services of Snohomish County
8/18 7:05PM -- Housing Hope
"Good Karma Mondays are a great way to give back to our communities and have a little fun," said Cindy Huntley, Retail SVP for Heritage Bank. "Supporting local organizations that make a profound difference in our regions is part of our heritage and we're thrilled to join the Everett AquaSox with this promotion."
"The CVH Foundation is honored to participate in Good Karma Monday for our Oso Landslide Relief Fund", said Barb Tolbert, Foundation President. "We continue to be amazed and grateful for our community's generosity".
"We are very excited about Good Karma Mondays as we will be able to partner with a tremendous sponsor in Heritage Bank and at the same time raise much needed funds in our community," said Brian Sloan, VP of Corporate Partnerships for the Everett AquaSox. "We always need to be giving back to our community because a strong community benefits everyone."
Good Karma Monday tickets must be purchased at the ticket booths on the night of the game, and can be purchased in any whole dollar amount. For questions, call 425-258-3673.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.