DANVILLE, Va. – The Danville Braves presented a donation of nearly $1,200 to the Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer Association Monday afternoon as part of MiLB’s CommUNITY initiative featured throughout the month of August. The D-Braves raised $2,397.32 from the auction of game-worn cancer awareness jerseys. The proceeds were split between the Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer Association and the Centra Foundation.
The D-Braves 2017 Cancer Awareness Night on July 8 marked the seventh year in which the Braves wore and auctioned cancer awareness jerseys.
“We’re happy to support the Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer Association and the support they provide local cancer patients,” said Danville Braves General Manager David Cross.
The Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer Association provides financial assistance to cancer patients in the area. For more information about the organization, visit danvillevacancer.org.
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