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St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Pitch In For Baseball & Softball, & Reds to donate close to $60K of baseball & softball equipment to 21 schools and three youth organizations

Thursday, Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. at Griffin Elite in Erlanger



St. Elizabeth Healthcare and the Reds Community Fund will distribute $57,500 worth of baseball and softball equipment to 21 Northern Kentucky, Southeast Indiana and Southwest Ohio high schools and three youth organizations: Augusta, Bellevue, Boone County, Campbell County, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Grant County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Milan, Newport Central Catholic, Newport, Pendleton County, Rising Sun, Scott, South Ripley, Switzerland County, and Taylor High Schools; and three youth organizations: Ludlow Athletic Club, Bellevue Vets and Grant County Little League.

Now in its eighth year, the partnership between St. Elizabeth, the Reds and Pitch In For Baseball & Softball (PIFBS) is designed to help baseball and softball programs in Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana prepare for the upcoming 2024 season. Athletic directors, head coaches and student-athletes from each school and organization will be on-site to receive the equipment donation.

St. Elizabeth matched the contribution from the Reds Community Fund to help the 24 schools and organizations through Pitch In For Baseball & Softball.


Thursday, Jan 25, 2024, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.


Griffin Elite Sports & Wellness, 700 Dolwick Connector, Erlanger, KY 41048

Pitch In For Baseball & Softball (PIFBS) is a non-profit organization that exists to eliminate equipment as a barrier to play by providing baseball and softball equipment to underprivileged and at-risk children in the United States and around the world for nearly 20 years. The organization has partnered with high schools and organizations in a similar fashion in Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, the Bronx and the Twin Cities. More information at pifbs.org.

PIFBS Media Contact: Meredith Kim, Pitch In For Baseball & Softball CEO, 215-313-7476, meredith.kim@pifbs.org