Go to a Nats Game and Support Children with Diabetes

Posted by Cheryl Nichols | 4/13/2010 04:29:00 PM | , , | 0 comments »

The Washington Nationals supports many charity organizations and often honors them at a baseball game. It couldn't be easier for fans to help out while having fun at the same time.

Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 25 1:35 p.m. v. LA Dodgers, which is the Nationals game to benefit Children’s National Medical Center to support children with diabetes.

In order to participate in Children’s National Day, tickets must be purchased through this link.

According to the Press Release:

Children’s National Medical Center is proud to partner with The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation to encourage area baseball fans to support children with diabetes. A portion of every ticket sold at www.nationals.com/childrensnational for the Sunday, April 25 game between the Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Dodgers will help Children's National Medical Center create a world-class Diabetes Care Complex. For every $24 ticket sold through Children’s National Medical Center, $8 (one-third of the ticket cost) will go toward construction of the complex.

In partnership with the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, Children’s National Medical Center is building a new Diabetes Care Complex to provide expanded state-of-the-art, family-centered, and personalized care to children in the Washington region and beyond. By supporting the Diabetes Care Complex at Children’s National Medical Center, you will help provide the education, medical, and emotional support that children with diabetes need to lead healthy and happy lives.