PRLog - Jun. 15, 2012 - SYLMAR, Calif. -- On July 28, 2012 Storm Baseball School will hold its first charity baseball game to benefit Children’s Hunger Fund, a San Fernando Valley nonprofit that seeks to alleviate the suffering of children across America and around the world.
Storm players will battle retired Major League players, celebrities, and notables in an all-out American baseball brawl. Players include Randy Kutcher (former Major League player for the San Francisco Giants and Boston Red Sox), Bret Barberie (former professional infielder for the Montreal Expos and the Florida Marlins), Rene Gonzalez (former pro player for the Baltimore Orioles, California Angels and Colorado Rockies, and Dave Schmidt (former pro player for the Boston Red Sox).
11-year old Storm players will raise funds for Children’s Hunger Fund and a chance of a lifetime opportunity to play in Cooperstown, the biggest tournament with teams from around the world.
The charity event is sponsored by The Gallery Los Angeles, Quintessential Marketing, and Zenify.
About Children’s Hunger Fund
Founded in 1991, Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization seeking to alleviate the suffering of needy children across America and around the world. CHF provides training and resources to local churches to help them meet the needs in their communities. Since its beginning, an average of 99% of contributions to CHF have gone directly to programs serving children in need. CHF has distributed billion dollars in aid and is consistently ranked as one of America’s most cost-effective charities by Forbes.com, MinistryWatch.org, and CharityNavigator.org. Visit
www.ChildrensHungerFund.org for more information.
About Storm Baseball
Storm Baseball School is a non-profit organization managed by Randy Kutcher (former Major League player for the San Francisco Giants and Boston Red Sox). Storm is an 11U travel baseball team located in Santa Clarita, playing in out-of-state tournaments and in California. Storm players are hand-picked based on skill and dedication. For more information visit facebook.com/