PROFILE: Kevin Youkilis Hits for Kids

1 Jul


Kevin Youkilis: Hits for Kids
http://www.youkskids.org/

Who are they?

Kevin Youkilis Hits for Kids is a charitable organization founded by Boston Red Sox infielder Kevin Youkilis, dedicated to rallying local and corporate support for charities and organizations focused on the health and wellbeing of children. Kevin Youkilis Hits for Kids teams up with existing community-based children’s charities and medical research programs in New England and in Kevin’s home town of Cincinnati, to help them raise money and awareness.

What do they do?

They help to create a community of support and awareness for charitable organizations that advocate for the health and wellbeing of children.

Goals

  • To make a positive difference in a child’s life by channeling the time, energy, passion, and financial support of the greater community
  • To identify and provide philanthropic assistance to charitable groups that have a clear need for outside support, and that devote their resources to the well being of children
  • To fund programs which will provide medical assistance, medical research, education, community service and advocacy for children’s needs
  • To link partners, donors, children and the game of baseball together into a spirited organization built on passion and teamwork
  • To communicate back the results of all contributions so as to involve donors and volunteers in the joy of making a difference

CONTACT:

Contact Kevin Youkilis: Hits for Kids
P.O. Box 600311
Newtonville, MA 02460

781.444.9685
info [at] youkskids [dot] org

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