Charleston RiverDogs partner with Yankees in HOPE Week Initiative that starts Monday
Charleston RiverDogs players, coaches and front office staff will make appearances throughout the Lowcountry beginning Monday as part of the New York Yankeees’ HOPE Week Initiative.
This will be the fourth year in which the Yankees, the parent club of the RiverDogs, have held their HOPE Week Initiative. HOPE is the acronym for “Helping Others Persevere and Excel,” and this will be the first time that the RiverDogs will bring the concept to Charleston.
“We are excited about the opportunity to partner with the New York Yankees for such a fantastic cause,” said RiverDogs Director of Community Relations Lauren Allio. “It is a great way for us to continue to be active in the community and to recognize some truly amazing people.”
The RiverDogs will be participating in events each day June 25-29 to garner awareness for highlighted causes, individuals and organizations. In addition, every day over the five-day period, a different non-profit organization and/or family will experience special interaction with RiverDogs players and an evening of fun at a RiverDogs game.
For more information, contact Lauren Allio at (843) 723-7241 or go to www.RiverDogs.com.