Detroit Tigers centerfielder Curtis Granderson is launching a new initiative that allows individuals or businesses to pledge a penny or more for every run he scores during the 2009 season.
All procedes go to Michigan Schools.

The "Scoring for Schools" program allows donors to pledge money to a specific district and can also choose if they want their donation to be used for educational programs or for college scholarships for high school students.

Granderson is anticpated to score between 120 to 130 runs during the 2009 season.


Anonymous said...

How many fans does the CoPa hold, like 43,000? If everyone just pledged a dollar per run over half a million dollars would be raised. As an individual that task would be impossible, but as a group it becomes a small price to pay...the cost of tickets to a couple of games.
Now if we could get only 9,000 of those people to donate $10 here it would make a huge difference in the lives of some kids who need it just as bad.

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