“Cupholders for Charity”



Quake fans – now you have a chance to “Put Your Name in the Game” and help children and families in our community who cannot help themselves. 


We would like to invite you to take advantage of the “Cupholders for Charity” program, which affords you the opportunity “Put Your Name In The Game” and help fund programs for the special needs of others in our community, through the placement of a personalized banner on each cupholder in The Epicenter. For a donation of $20, a banner with the logos of the Quakes, Big Brothers Big Sisters (www.bigbrothersbigsisterslaie.org) and Hope Through Housing Foundation (www.schdc.org) and the name of your choice will be placed on a cupholder in the stadium for the remainder of the 2005 season and all of the 2006 season.


Whether you are a season ticket holder or a casual fan, this is a great opportunity to see your name by your seat at The Epicenter.  With your donation of $20, you will not only be able to display your name as a Quakes fan but you will also be helping the lives of the people in your local communities.  The “Cupholders for Charity” program benefits two of the Inland Empire’s most prominent causes, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Hope Through Housing.


The impact of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Hope Through Housing Foundation is profound. In the past year BBBS has matched over 2,000 economically disadvantaged children in our area with a Big Brother or Big Sister. BBBS works closely with parents and children to match children with the right Big Brother or Big Sister. These volunteers are professionals in youth development, support. Our goal is to empower children who face economic, emotional and social challenges through our Community Based Mentoring Program, which provides recreational, educational and community service activities and our Scholl based Mentoring Program, which provides help with homework, reading, friendship and emotional support for our Little sisters and brothers. 


Hope Through Housing Foundation (HOPE) is a Rancho Cucamonga based nonprofit committed to building better lives for low-income families and seniors. HOPE works in apartment communities for lower-income households and empowers residents through extensive education and wellness programs. Hope creates, financially supports and implements programs such as job training, adult education, after-school services, and youth intervention. In senior communities HOPE’s goal is to enrich the quality of life and wellbeing of the residents. Senior services include food distribution, health screenings, social interaction, and transportation services. Hope Through Housing Foundation believes community transformation begins with affordable, decent and safe housing. HOPE strives to provide compassionate leadership and mentoring of residents who desire a better life for themselves and their loved ones.


Please help us change the lives of children and local families in the Inland Empire by contributing to the “Cupholders for Charity” Program.


So “Put You Name In the Game” and Support our Charity. Order today. To learn more about Cupholders for Charity click here.  Quakes fans can make a donation either by clicking on the Order Today link above or by visiting the Personnel Concepts Information Booth at The Epicenter.



If you have any questions please feel free to contact Tim Renyi at the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Baseball Team, 909.481.5000.