San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Our 17th annual Heroes event is being held on Monday, December 9, 2013 at AT&T Park, home of the 2010 and 2012 World Series Champion, San Francisco Giants. We will turn the Club Level at AT&T into a holiday wonderland for families, children, and over 300 at-risk children and their families. Holiday Heroes endeavors to connect underserved children with professional athletes with the goal of providing the recipient children with hope & direction.
A special invitation-only VIP Reception takes place from 4:30 - 5:30 PM, where there will be access to the Giants Clubhouse (only time during the event the Clubhouse will be open) and early entry to the Batting Tunnels and Dugout. New this year will be tours of the Suite Level (also only available during the VIP Reception). Special wine and appetizers will be included as well. This will be hosted by one of our Celebrity Heroes.
Celebrity Heroes to be announced shortly!
Our event beneficiaries include the Junior Giants Baseball Program, the 49ers Foundation, Holy Family Day Home, Raphael House, and SF Child Abuse Prevention Center.
In addition to raising funds for at-risk children, Holiday Heroes is an interactive, family-friendly evening. There will be cookie decorating, face painting, video games by Arcade Party!, a photo booth, teddy bear stuffing & holiday arts & crafts.There will also be access to the batting tunnels and dugouts. There will be buffet food and drinks for kids of all ages as well as an AMAZING silent auction filled with trips, hotels, restaurants, family activities, and sports memorabilia & experiences. We will also have Bay Area team mascots, led by Lou Seal and Sourdough Sam. Also find Bay Area team athletes mixing & mingling with guests. It will be a ginger-snappin', jolly time!
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Wender Weis Foundation for Children
Wender Weis Foundation for Children (WWFC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve children's self-esteem and self-confidence. We strive to do this by funding existing programs, and creating new programs, that provide children living in underserved communities with the gift of encouragement and self-confidence. When children believe in themselves and have others believe in them, they are able to develop the emotional, social, and physical skills that allow them to lead healthy, motivated, and inspired lives.