Forty Non-Profits Score Patriots Tickets and Premier Seats at TD Bank Ball Park
Opening night at TD Bank Ballpark is April 6.
Post Date: 03/28/2023 9:57 AM
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Somerset County Commissioner Director Shanel Y. Robinson has selected 40 nonprofit organizations to receive tickets to the Patriots for use of the Commissioners’ private suite at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater. Winners of the annual County Board of Commissioners Community Suite Drawing will have the opportunity to enjoy a home game to see the Somerset Patriots at one of the nation’s “Best Independent Ballparks,” according to Ballpark Digest. Opening day at the ballpark is Thursday, April 6 and there will be fireworks at 6:30 p.m.
“Our dedicated nonprofits provide valuable services and programs that make a positive impact in our communities. We are so grateful to the employees and volunteers who tirelessly continue to serve our residents,” said Commissioner Director Robinson. “This tradition is a way for us to show our gratitude to those organizations.”
The Commissioners’ suite comes with thirty tickets to the game, comfortable couches in a climate- controlled indoor suite, plus seats along the third-base line to watch the game. Nonprofits who have been selected to use the suite can use it to reward top volunteers and donors, host a fundraiser, or bring clients out for a fun evening to watch the AA Yankee Affiliate Patriots compete against some of the best teams in minor league baseball.
Winners are nonprofit organizations with a client base consisting of at least 50% Somerset County residents, community organizations located in Somerset County, or organizations that have a facility based in Somerset County and are serving Somerset County residents. All winners have been providing significant community service for Somerset County or providing volunteerism to the county’s residents.
The following nonprofit organizations are the winners:
Basking Ridge: Bonafides of Somerset Hills
Bedminster: New Jersey Golf Foundation Inc.; Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity
Belle Mead: Traffic Officers Association of Central/West Jersey
Bound Brook: Somerset Moose Lodge 988
Branchburg: Vincent R. Gagliardi Foundation Inc.
Bridgewater: Bradley Gardens Volunteer Fire Company; Bridgewater Woman’s Club; Green Knoll Rescue Squad; Jewish Federation of Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties; Just Kidding Goat Club-Somerset County 4H; Sisterhood of Temple Sholom; Somerset County Search and Rescue
Hillsborough: Hillsborough Baseball League Inc.; Hillsborough Democratic Alliance; Hillsborough Township C.A.N. Food Pantry; Raritan Valley Symphonic Band
Manville: Boy Scout Pack & Troop 193; Camplain Road Volunteer Fire Co. #2
Montgomery: Montgomery EMS
North Plainfield: North Plainfield Youth Sports Organization
Plainfield: Hopes Cap Inc.
Somerset: Elizabeth Avenue Volunteer Fire Co. Station 26; Sterling Point Men’s Club
Somerville: Central New Jersey Multiple Myeloma Support Group; Cub Scout Pack 80; MAEVE Somerville; New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and Related Disorders; Somerville Civic League; Somerville PTO (Pre-K to 8); St. John’s Episcopal Church
South Bound Brook: Senior Citizens Community Club Inc.; South Bound Brook Fire Co. Exempt Association; South Bound Brook Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary; South Bound Brook Fire Company #1; South Branch Reformed Church
Watchung: Friends of the Watchung Library; Watchung Arts Center; Watchung Rescue Squad; Watchung Seniors
Somerset Patriots at TD Bank Ballpark
As the New York Yankees Double-A Affiliate, the Somerset Patriots develop today’s top minor league talent into the pinstriped superstars of tomorrow for Major League Baseball’s winningest team.
Competing within the Double-A Eastern League, the Patriots play their home games at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, NJ, where fans of all ages and levels of baseball fandom get to enjoy the unique experience that is minor league baseball.