(TRENTON, NJ) - The Trenton Thunder Minor League Baseball team announced today that it has awarded grants to eight locally based non-profit organizations through the 2013 Trenton Thunder Charities Community Grant Program.
This year, all eight organizations received grants in the full amount that was requested on their application. With its second year now complete, the Trenton Thunder Charities Community Grant Program has awarded $24,150 to charities in our region. The Trenton Thunder has donated over $5.1 million in goods, services and monetary donations to community organizations in its 20 year history.
The following organizations are receiving grants through the 2013 Community Grant Program:
|Community Options, Inc.
||STEP (School To Employment Program)
|Every Child Valued
||After School Program
|Progressive Center for Independent Living, Inc
||Building Social Capital Among Young Adults with Disabilities
||Kids on the Block
|Eden Autism Services
||Green Thumbs Garden Program
||Bilingual Nursery School Program
||The Children's Therapy Program
|Hope Loves Company
||HLC Kid's Day
TOTAL = $12,150
"It's great to see fun events like the 'Trenton Thunder Charities Treasure Hunt presented by First Choice Bank' raise the funds that allow us to to support so many worthwhile organizations," said TJ Jahn, Thunder Director of Community Relations.
Trenton Thunder Charities grants are awarded annually with the goal to support organizations that enhance the educational opportunities and quality of life for children as well as programs that support the betterment of the local community in general. To make a cash donation to the 2014 fund or to support Trenton Thunder Charities in another way, please reach out to TJ Jahn at 609-394-3300 ext 188 or email@example.com.
The Thunder, the Double A Affiliate of the New York Yankees, will begin the 2014 season at ARM & HAMMER Park on Thursday, April 3. Season tickets, group outings, Pic-A-Plans, and Mini Plan renewals are on sale now. Single game tickets will go on sale on March 1, 2014. For more information about tickets, fans should call 609-394-3300 or visit trentonthunder.com.
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