The Cincinnati Saints and midfielder Eddie Hertsenberg’s 2 TouchLiNesFoundation have teamed up with the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities for the first annual ‘Eddie’s Teddies’ Teddy Bear Drive.
They will be selling Teddy Bears for $5.00 before, during, and after the CincinnatiSaints Dec. 21st home game. Fans will be able to either buy a Teddy Bear for themselves or buy one to be donated to a child with a disability in Butler County.
If you choose to buy a Teddy Bear for a child with a disability, you will have the opportunity to name the Teddy Bear and write a little note to go along with the Teddy Bear to its new home.
ALL net proceeds from the sale of the bears will go to the Butler County Special Olympics.
Plus consider joining them for a great night for soccer, teddy bears, and benefitting kids with disabilities.
Visit the ‘Eddie’s Teddies’ Facebook Event page to RSVP and get directions to the Tri-County Soccerplex in Cincinnati.
About 2 TouchLiNes Foundation:
The Foundation uses sport in the community, and the willingness to volunteer and serve others in the community, in order to deliver a positive social change for kids. They believe there is no greater investment than to give kids and young adults a positive influence along with knowledge and instruction as they grow and learn. Through their programs, they provide children with the proper guidance and motivation to do what is right for themselves and for others. Learn more at the Foundation’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/2TouchLiNes.