The Williamsport Crosscutters baseball team’s Charitable Tuesday program, presented by Pennsylvania Skill, gave local nonprofit organizations a no-cost opportunity to have a presence at Bowman Field to educate fans about their organization. One organization was featured at each of the Crosscutters six Tuesday home games and received a $500 donation from Pennsylvania Skill Charitable Giving.
The Lycoming County SCPA slid into home base with $500 donation from the Crosscutter's Charitable Tuesday event. The SPCA is the region’s only full-service shelter accepting and adopting all types of domestic animals. Their mission is to protect all domestic animals by providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints, adoption and counseling, education programs, and humane care throughout Lycoming County. Pictured is Vickie Stryker, Executive Director of the Lycoming County SPCA, with Ed Pinkerton, of Miele Manufacturing.
The Lock Haven Shoe Bank scored one for their home team with a $500 donation from Pennsylvania Skill Charitable Giving. The Lock Haven Shoe Bank is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides free new shoes to children and youth in need in Clinton County and the Liberty-Curtin Elementary School District. Ed Pinkerton, of Pennsylvania Skill, right, presented the check to co-directors Wendy Doherty, left, and Diahann Claghorn.
It was a home run for Camp Susque as they were one of the recipients of the $500 Crosscutters’ Charitable Tuesday donation. Camp Susque is an ACA accredited non-denominal Christian summer camp and retreat facility located in Trout Run, north of Williamsport. Values such as community, responsibility, and slowing down to "Experience Your Creator" are woven into each program and tradition.
Lycoming Arts hit it out of the park and was one of the Charitable Tuesday recipients of 2021. Lycoming Arts believes the arts are the creative expression of all aspects of human expression which enhances our legacy. The nonprofit aims to create local and regional connections to generate awareness, opportunities, and support of the arts.
Lycoming County Historical Society brought home a win from the Crosscutters Charitable Tuesday event. The Society possesses the most comprehensive collection of documents, photographs and artifacts relating to the pre-history, history, and culture of North Central Pennsylvania. The Society was represented at the event by several staff and board members, including Executive Director Gary Parks, and staff members Eric Ziegler and Kim Taylor, as well as board members Seth Burch, Sue Beidler, Gary Weber, and Lindsey Harner.
Lifting Little Lives did not strike out as they received $500 at the Crosscutters’ Charitable Tuesday donation sponsored by Pennsylvania Skill Charitable Giving. Lifting Little Lives’ mission is to enhance the lives of ill and/or disabled children in the community. They provide services to Northumberland, Snyder, Union, Lycoming, Montour, and Columbia counties.