|Families from Sick Kids Hospital cheer loud and proud as their Toronto Blue Jays slug a home run!|
Attending your first baseball game is a moment that sticks with you forever; watching your favourite player hit a home run, eating popcorn and hotdogs with your friends and singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." The Jays Care Community Clubhouse is a kid-friendly luxury suite at Rogers Centre that gives children and families from a variety of tough life circumstances the chance to cheer on their Toronto Blue Jays during every home game.
This interactive space is equipped with Blue Jays memorabilia donated by team members, a PlayStation Move system for interactive games, a laptop computer featuring educational websites and an amazing view from third base! Guests are treated to ballpark fare, healthy snacks, a meet-and-greet with Ace, a special video-board welcome and, occasionally, even a special visit from one of the Blue Jays players.
The Community Clubhouse hosted more than 60 different community and charitable organizations at every home game with more than 2,800 children and families cheering on their Toronto Blue Jays in 2012.
This space was made possible thanks to the work of Shikatani Lacroix and Urbacon, and with the support of Aramark.
You can give children, youth and families in your community an unforgettable experience by sponsoring an evening for a charity or community group in the Jays Care Community Clubhouse. Find out how you can start fundraising today:
If you have any questions, please call Troy Beharry at 416-341-1128.
JAYS CARE COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE GUESTS
|Ricky Romero makes a surprise visit to the Community Clubhouse to visit with children from Camp Oochigeas.|
The Jays Care Community Clubhouse hosted more than 60 different community and charitable organizations at every Toronto Blue Jays home in 2012, including: