Proceeds from Reckless Kelly's Celebrity Softball Jam Shifted Towards Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Event to Benefit Relief Efforts in South Texas Following Devastating Storms, Flooding

August 31, 2017 5:51 PM ET


ROUND ROCK, Texas - For the past eight years, Reckless Kelly's Celebrity Softball Jam has been about giving back to Central Texas. This year, the mission is even greater. Proceeds from this year's Jam will go towards relief efforts in South Texas following the devastating path of destruction left by Hurricane Harvey.

"Every year, we have been able to raise money to make a difference in the community through this project," said Cody Braun of Reckless Kelly. "After the events of the past week, we knew we needed to direct funds to the relief efforts in Houston and the gulf coast any way we could. That is the main priority for those of us in Texas right now."

As those in South Texas continue to assess the damage and begin the rebuilding process, funds from this year's event will go towards the areas that need the most support.

"We have this great platform to help the people of South Texas," said Round Rock Express President Chris Almendarez. "By combining the resources of the artists, athletes and media personalities involved with this event, we can really make a difference in the relief efforts as people begin to rebuild across Texas."

Organizers will continue to work with Kids in a New Groove and Honor Flight Austin throughout the year to support their missions with outreach, volunteer hours and donation drives.

Since its inception, the Jam has raised over $350,000 through the Reckless Kelly Charitable Youth Foundation for area youth leagues, including the funding of a $150,000 renovation of Mabson Field in East Austin, TX.

Tickets for the 9th Annual RKCSJ are on sale now for just $20 and can be purchased online at Tickets will go up to $25 on September 1.

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