Report showcases organization’s impact in the South Bay
SAN JOSE, CA– The San Jose Giants released today their 2013 Community Report. From charitable donations to mascot appearances to community-centered evening’s at Municipal Stadium, the San Jose Giants were a consistent presence throughout the South Bay in 2013. The report is a complete detail of the organization’s community involvement and contributions in the past calendar year.
“I want to personally thank all of our fans and partners for their tremendous support of the team and its place in the community”, said Daniel Orum, San Jose Giants President and CEO. “With over $450,000 raised for charitable causes, 2013 was another record-breaking year for the organization.”
The 2013 Community Report showcases the variety of charitable efforts the San Jose Giants are involved with both at and away from Municipal Stadium. Highlights of the report include hundreds of appearances made by San Jose Giants personnel, events in partnership with the Giants Community Fund to help underserved youth and in-kind donations to more than 650 local and national organizations totaling over $450,000.
“It is extremely exciting to see how this organization has grown in the community since our first report in 2006,” said Juliana Paoli, San Jose Giants Chief Marketing Officer. “It is an extraordinary privilege to be able to touch as many lives as we do every season and we look forward to raising the bar again in 2014.”
For more information on the San Jose Giants and how to get your organization involved in 2014, call (408) 297-1435 or visit sjgiants.com.
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