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Kick your summer off right with Summer SHARE!

Written by Karly Moore    on May 5, 2022    in

Help SHARE Detroit kick off their Summer SHARE campaign with a family evening of exciting baseball and delicious food – all for a great cause!

Join us for an evening of great baseball and community spirit for the whole  family at Jimmy John’s Field, to raise money and awareness for our nonprofit partners. This summer, SHARE Detroit is stepping up to the plate to connect metro Detroiters with hundreds of great nonprofits that need your help.

SHARE Detroit, our nonprofits, community members and sponsors are invited to celebrate together outside on the patio, with buffet, beverages, networking, family fun, and the game! The best part? $10 from every ticket goes back to the nonprofit of YOUR CHOICE!


Enjoy an All American BBQ with the purchase of your ticket:
Premium hot dogs, slow roasted BBQ pulled chicken, fresh pasta salad, baked beans, potato chips, and a fruit salad. Food is served starting when the gates open for 90 minutes. Plus, each guest will receive two (2) beverage tickets for soft drinks, lemonade, ice tea, water, Bud, Bud Light, and wine.

More fun perks:
Game seating in party patio area, candid photos, kids run the bases after the game, plus a meet and greet with JJ the bat dog and team mascots!

Don't wait, grab your tickets now! We hope to see you at the ball game.

About SHARE Detroit

Share Detroit offers simple ways for neighbors, nonprofits and businesses to come together and strengthen our local community. At ShareDetroit.org, you can discover hundreds of nonprofit organizations supporting Metro Detroit; find the ones doing work that matters to you most. We make it easy for people to engage with nonprofits how they choose, whether it’s donating money, volunteering time, attending an event or buying much needed items from nonprofit wish lists.