Vetbaseball has been borrowing the use of vans from very gracious long term care facilities. When we have one of our own, we will be able to host a baseball experience at every home game.
We seek a Founding Partner, a business who will underwrite our remaining development. An individual or family can do the same. The special partner will be forever known as a Founding Supporter.
Provide the funds to engage the public, veterans groups, and all media with our message. The minimum level for an annual campaign is $15,000.
If you’ve seen our pictures, we provide a t-shirt to all veterans and care givers on our trips. They love them and we have been told they wear them often. Help us continue this. The minimum level to be our T-Shirt Partner (name will be on the shirts) is $5,000.00.
We’d like to upgrade the food and snacks we provide during the game and in the van. It’s a long day, and the festive mood is enhanced when we add party-like snacks and food. The minimum level to be our Steward Partner is $15,000. You get an amazing return on this, these folks like stadium food!
If any of these major contribution opportunities are of interest to you, please contact Alan Duretz or any of the Board Members, we certainly would like an opportunity to meet with you.
On September 7, 2018, the Board of Directors unanimously selected the recipient of Vetbaseball’s first Annual Achievement Award. While several names were discussed, it didn’t take more than a nanosecond to nominate, second, and select Alan.
From the minute our founder, Alan Duretz, introduced our plans and ideas, Mr. Alvarez conveyed his full support. “Alan A”, as we warmly refer to him here, has given his time, thoughts, and support without which we could not have made this inaugural season the success it has been. He assisted us in so many ways, enabling us to complete seven Baseball Experiences with 86 guests.
We look forward to many years and many more award winners, but it is fitting that the first ever go to Alan Alvarez, as his input and unfettered giving has set the ball in motion.
Thank you Alan Alvarez.