Donate New Toothbrushes at Nats Park

Posted by Cheryl Nichols | 4/03/2010 01:18:00 AM | , , | 0 comments »

The Washington Nationals 2010 baseball season is commencing this weekend and the community relations efforts kick off as well. 

Please bring new toothbrushes to any Nats home game in April to help "Bring a Smile to Haiti." 

New toothbrushes can be dropped off at the Nats Park at the Community Desk (Main Concourse in Left Field) or the Washington Dream Foundation Kiosk (Center Field Plaza). 

Press Release:

03/31/2010 1:03 PM ET
Washington Nationals launch "Bring a Smile to Haiti" Campaign
In partnership with Gifts In Kind International the Nationals will collect toothbrushes at all home games in April

March 31, 2010 (Washington, DC) - The Washington Nationals will host the "Bring a Smile To Haiti Drive" beginning on April 3 and lasting throughout all April home games in partnership with Gifts In Kind International. Nationals fans may donate new toothbrushes at the Community Desk, located on the Main Concourse in Left Field, or at the Dream Foundation Kiosk, located in the Center Field Plaza.

"Working with Gifts In Kind International gives the Nationals and their fans the opportunity to make physical, tangible donations to help the people of Haiti," said Nationals Community Relations Director Israel Negron. "The club recognizes the need in Haiti is great and is pleased we can assist in the recovery."

Fans may also purchase tickets for Nationals games April 16 through 25, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Gifts In Kind International and the National Organization for the Advancement of Haitians. Tickets may be purchased at at three price points.

LF/RF Baseline Reserved - $46 (includes $8 donation)
LF/RF Mezzanine - $30 (includes $7 donation)
Upper RF Terrace - $10 (includes $3 donation)

"Gifts In Kind International is proud to partner with the Washington Nationals on this extraordinary donation drive for Haiti," said Cindy Hallberlin, President and CEO of Gifts In Kind International. "Now every fan can play a part in bringing thousands of smiles to the Haitian people."