I promised I’d promote this and forgot to add it in today’s entry so it gets its own!Â I received an email from “Tickets for Charity” and think it’s worthy enough to give a shout out here.
From the email:
October 7, 2009 â€“ Boston , MA â€“ Tickets-for-CharityÂ® is now offering Boston Red Sox fans access to hard-to-find seats at Fenway Park for the upcoming Division Series against the Angels on Sunday, October 11th and Monday, October 12th while supporting the Red Sox Foundation. Through Tickets-for-Charity, fans can access a wide variety of great playoff seats â€“ at typically the same or better price than they can find elsewhere â€“ including Green Monster, exclusive Front Row EMC Club and State Street Pavilion as well as Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck and Grandstands. Fans can now purchase these fantastic seats for all Red Sox playoff games at Fenway Park by calling Tickets-for-Charity at 1-866-567-4576.
With playoff seats in high demand at perennially sold-out Fenway Park , Tickets-for-Charity works with the Red Sox to make great Charitable Saleâ„¢ seats available to benefit the Red Sox Foundationâ€™s work serving at-risk and low-income children across New England . Throughout the regular season, Tickets-for-Charity offers numerous seating options for all home games, ranging from Grandstands to hometown favorite, Green Monster.
â€œPartnering with Tickets-for-Charity has already raised over $774,000 for our Foundation, and we were thrilled to expand this terrific program in 2009 with an even greater selection of seats for our fans,â€ said Meg Vaillancourt, Executive Director of the Red Sox Foundation.
Beyond baseball season, Tickets-for-Charity offers sports and music fans the chance to access great seats on www.ticketsforcharity.com to see some of the biggest names in entertainment and sports, from upcoming Boston Celtics and Bruins games to John Mayer, Jimmy Buffett and Robin Williams â€“ all while benefiting leading charities in Tickets-for-Charityâ€™s network of over 30 highly-respected non-profit organizations, ranging from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to Natural Resources Defense Council and Feeding America.