August 4, 2011 -The Buffalo Bisons have teamed up with Seven Chances Inc. to help raise money for the non-profit organization dedicated towards charitable and educational purposes in Western New York.
Through Seven Chances Inc., fans can purchase a $10 BISONS TICKET to the team's game against the Durham Bulls on Sunday, August 14 at Coca-Cola Field (1:05 p.m.). The game is a Family Fun Sunday with post game Tim Hortons Kids Run the Bases and an Old Maid Card Game giveaway to the first 3,000 fans in attendance, sponsored by Dent Neurologic.
A portion of any tickets sold by Seven Chances, Inc. will go towards supporting their mission. To purchase a $10 ticket, fans are encouraged to contact Seven Chances Inc. at 716-688-6500.
Seven Chances, Inc. is a local non-profit organization created for charitable and educational purposes. They recognize the need to identify people in our community who because of circumstances beyond their control have fallen through the cracks of systems, and to provide them with support during such challenges. Our organization works one-on-one with these individuals and families to create a relationship that lets us provide hope and support during difficult times.
Seven Chances is currently working with Annie Leeds and her family. Annie is a seven-year old that is suffering from Mitochondrial Myopathy. She also has Renal Fanconi Syndrome and severe lactic acidosis which requires infusion with IV's 10-14 hours daily. Annie has had multiple corneal transplants; has lost much of her vision and hearing, along with other related illnesses. Seven Chances is raising money to help provide Annie with equipment and services that are not covered by insurance which will help with life-enhancing essentials.
If you would like more information about this event, Seven Chances, Inc. or to donate directly, please contact us at 716 688-6500, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write us at Seven Chances Inc., 5360 Genesee Street, Suite 210, Bowmansville, NY 14026.
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