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Tickets for Kids Charities

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME PROGRAM

Can't make it to the game? Send in a pinch-hitter!

TFK LogoIf you have a Season Ticket package but are concerned about the unused tickets, Tickets for Kids Charities® (TFK) has the perfect solution for you.

By donating any unused tickets to TFK, you send underprivileged children to the game - and get a tax deduction!

HERE ARE THE DETAILS:
  • The Pittsburgh Pirates and Tickets for Kids® Charities have collaborated on the "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" Program - only for Season Ticket Holders.
  • You can donate your tickets from the 2012 season either in advance of a game or after the fact, as long as you donate them all by October 31, 2012.
  • Tickets offered for this program may not have been previously exchanged. Donated tickets must be for the original game date purchased.
  • Promotional tickets and/or tickets showing a face value of $0 and parking passes cannot be accepted.
  • You will receive a tax receipt by January 31, 2013, from Tickets for Kids® Charities for the value of your donation. Donation value will be determined from your season ticket value, not face value.
  • All you need to do is mail the tickets to Tickets for Kids® Charities, c/o Take Me Out to the Ballgame program, 115 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5724 or drop them in the Tickets for Kids® Charities box at Guest Relations at PNC Park.
ABOUT TICKETS FOR KIDS CHARITIES:

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, TFK is committed to enriching the lives of low-income/at-risk children and their families by making it possible for them to attend high-quality sporting, arts, cultural and entertainment events. Since 1994, TFK has reached more than 1.4 million children nationwide! They work with over 900 social service agencies in the Pittsburgh area to identify and donate tickets to approved groups. Please visit their website at www.ticketsforkids.org to see how you can help.