With 1 in 110 children in the United States diagnosed with some form of Autism, the Hillcats are lending a hand to offer awareness and support to this cause in 2014. The 6th Annual Autism Awareness Night presented by Physicians Treatment Center is scheduled for Saturday, April 19th and will raise money for Commonwealth Autism Services.
As many as 75,000 in Virginia are affected with this developmental disability and Commonwealth Autism Services is an organization that strives to enrich the lives of those in Virginia with autism, throughout their entire lifespan through statewide services. GA tickets are $10 and two dollars of each ticket sold for April 19th’s game will be donated to this organization.
This year’s Autism Awareness Night presented by Physicians Treatment Center is slated for 6:05pm when the Hillcats will take on the Potomac Nationals at City Stadium. Plus, the first 1,000 fans through the gates that evening will receive a free commemorative t-shirt! Along with donating a portion of the ticket costs, proceeds from a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and sponsor donations will also be donated during an in-game check presentation. Last year’s Autism Awareness Night raised $11,000!
The Hillcats thank the following Autism Awareness Night Sponsors:
Physicians Treatment Center as the title sponsor; Lynchburg Project Lifesaver, Inc; Sam’s Club; After Hours Plumbing; Appalachian Orthodontics of Lynchburg; Central Virginia Autism Action Group; Courtyard by Marriott; Developmental Pediatrics; Flowers Baking Company; Gary’s Garden Center; High Peak Sportswear; Kroger; Larry’s Tire & Auto Repair; Laslie’s Auto Body; Piedmont Eye Center; Rehab Associates of Central Virginia; 97.9 FM The Planet; Servpro; Star Country/Q99/K92/WLNI; T.J. Maxx; Winoa USA; WIQO/ESPN Radio; WKDE; Wooldridge Heating, Air & Electrical; WYYD.
Fans will also have the chance to give back to great local causes with the 3rd Annual Paint the Park Purple Night presented by Gastroenterology Associates of Central VA, Relay for Life & The American Cancer Society on Friday, May 2nd at 6:05pm as well as with the 8th Annual “Swing for a Cure” Breast Cancer Awareness Night presented by Centra’s Alan B. Pearson Regional Cancer Society on Saturday, May 17th at 6:05pm.
To purchase tickets to Autism Awareness Night, Paint the Park Purple Night, Breast Cancer Awareness Night or any other game, fans can call the box office at (434) 528-1144 or online. Ticket purchases can also be made in person at the Lynchburg City Stadium Ticket Office (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm). So don’t miss your chance to give back to the community with the Lynchburg Hillcats this season!
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