South Bend Cubs donate over $130,000 to local charities this season
SOUTH BEND, IN – The South Bend Cubs drew over 300,000 fans for the sixth time in franchise history and the organization continues to be one of the top draws in the region. Several local non-profit organizations are benefiting from that success.
The South Bend Cubs organization says by the end of the 2023 season, they had donated $134,000.00 to local charities as part of their Cubs Concessionaire Program.
“When you come to a South Bend Cubs baseball game at Four Winds Field, not only are you supporting the team on the field but you’re also supporting a number of non-profits who do so much for our community,” said South Bend Cubs Team President Joe Hart.
“The organizations who participate in our concessions program are able to fund many of their community support programs for the entire year. We’re honored to be able to continue to support so many worthy charities.”, Hart continued.
“The community groups we work with are such an important part of our team on game days,” said Cubs Director of Food and Beverage Tyler Hopple.