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1 S U M M E R R E P O R T Going beyond the ballpark and into our community.

2 The Baltimore Orioles are committed to the goals of placing a consistent winner on the field and of developing the franchise as a community resource that supports civic, education and charitable outreach An equally vital element to accomplishing our mission is that we accept and embrace our civic responsibilities. Our mission is not only to win games on the field and provide entertainment, but it is to make the community-at-large a better place. Excerpt from the Baltimore Orioles Mission Statement O l b h b s 8,500,000 The Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and the organization have donated more than $8.5 million to local organizations since ,600,000 Our corporate partners have teamed up with the Orioles to raise over $1.6 million this season. 450,000 Organizations have raised more than $450,000 through the team s High Five Fundraising Program since ,000 More than 20,000 children received free tickets, hats, shirts and snacks as part of the OriolesREACH Ticket and Gameday Experience Program since 2006.

3 Charitable Giving Our Partners Orioles in our Neighborhood A Winning Line-up Help Us Reach You The Orioles have long recognized the value of support from the community and believe it is critical for the organization to give back by being involved in local programs and initiatives. Through OriolesREACH, the team reaches out to our community to bring the fun and excitement of Orioles Baseball directly to fans, and to help our neighbors improve their daily lives. In addition to partnering with existing charities and organizations, the Orioles have also created several initiatives of our own under the current ownership group. This book serves as a brief summary of some of those efforts undertaken at the ballpark and throughout the community over the past year OriolesREACH has partnered with more than 700 different organizations since More than 450 teens have played in the Orioles-sponsored RBI program in 2006 and So far in 2007, O s players, coaches and front office executives have made more than 100 appearances with fans in the community. 1 Every program, service, donation or effort carried out by OriolesREACH is designed to benefit the community and is given #1 priority by all involved.

4 2 Orioles players greet little leaguers during Little League Day at Oriole Park. 21st Century Community Learning Center 8118 Volunteer Association Abandoned Pet Rescue Academy Hills of Rockville Adelphi Elementary School Adoption Service Information Agency Allegany County Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect Alliance Case Management Ally s House Fundraiser ALS Association Alternating Hemiplegia Childhood Foundation Alzheimer s Association American Cancer Society American Diabetes Association American Heart Association American Legion Post 49 American Lung Association American Nurses Foundation American Red Cross American Red Cross Broward County AMVETS Post #6 Andrew J. Kotz Memorial Golf Outing G fi f H since 2006 Anne Arundel Community College Educational Talent Search Anne Arundel Community College-Autism Society of America Anne Arundel County Professional Firefighters Burn Foundation Apostolic Bible Study Church Apprentice Athletics ARC, Inc. Arlington Science Focus School Arlington Unitarian Cooperative Preschool Armed Forces Foundation Assoc. for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired Athletic Fairless Hills Association Atholton Athletic Boosters Autism Speaks Autistic Children s Support Group Autistic Children s Support Group of Worcester County, Inc. Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Babe Ruth League, Inc. Baltimore American Indian Center Baltimore Buzz Baltimore City Fire Department Baltimore County PAL Center Baltimore County Public Library Foundation Baltimore Outreach Services Baltimore RBI League Baltimore Stars Basketball Barbour County Emergency Squad, Inc. Bennington Baseball Club, Inc. Bethlehem Girls Softball Association Betterton Volunteer Fire Company Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County Big Brothers Big Sisters St. Ignatius Loyola School Bishop Walsh School Blake Farm Dayschool Blue Crabbers Relay for Life Team Bobby Mitchell Classic Bon Air United Methodist Church Booker T. Washington Middle School Booz/Allen Classic Bossier Parish Community College Boy Scouts of America South Florida Council

5 Charitable Giving Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and Baltimore Orioles, Inc. The Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and the Baltimore Orioles, Inc., support many civic and charitable organizations with the goal of enriching the lives of fans in the community. Since the ownership group headed by Peter Angelos purchased the team, the Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and the Baltimore Orioles, Inc. have donated more than $8.5 million to support various organizations in the Orioles community. 3 Chris Ray (37) joins corporate sponsor Kelly & Associates Insurance Group for an on-field check presentation. Each year, the Orioles donate time, money, tickets, autographed memorabilia and other resources to help countless charitable organizations, schools, and civic groups. Boys & Girls Clubs Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County Brain Injury Services Brandon Woods Athletic Association Brave Dave Open Fundraiser Breast Cancer Foundation 3-Day Walk Breast Cancer Foundation Sports Auctions Brewer s Hope Sock Hop Brian Kilrea Help Kids Brooklyn Park Middle School Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association Broward County Athletic Association Broward County Fair Broward County Police Benevolent Association Broward Homebound Program Broward Navy Days Broward Partnership for the Homeless Building Educated Leaders for Life Bull Run Elementary School Bunky Callahan Fundraiser Burke Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department, Inc. Bushkill Outreach C.O.A.C.H. Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation Callaway Elementary Calvert County Literacy Council Camp Reach Out Camp Spirit Camp Sunshine Capital Cheer Booster Club Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield Careity Foundation Caring Communities Carroll County Baseball Club Carroll Manor Elementary School Carroll Technology Council Casey s Cure Hunters Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers Race for Hope Catlett-Calverton-Casanova Ruritan Club Catoctin Summit Adolescent Program Catonsville Baptist Church Center for Advanced Fetal Care Challenger League Challengers Independent Living, Inc. Changing Minds Changing Lives Charlesmont Elementary Chelsea School Chesapeake Alternative School Chesapeake Center For Youth Chesapeake Physical & Aquatic Chester River Health Foundation Children s Aid Society Children s Choice Children s Festival Committee

6 Our Partners 4 Orioles Wives The Orioles Wives each year participate in a variety of events and team with various local organizations to raise money and build awareness for a range of causes. One example was their partnership last September with OriolesREACH and several non-profit organizations and charities to host a week of silent auctions. Proceeds totaled nearly $80,000 and benefited the Belanger-Federico-Pitterich Foundation, St. Vincent s Home for neglected and abused children, The Family Crisis Center, The Ronald McDonald House, the USO, and the JW Fund. Oriole Advocates Founded 1960 Through programs and events like the Cardboard to Leather baseball equipment collection and the Annual 5K Home Run and Fun Walk, the Oriole Advocates volunteer group works with the Baltimore Orioles organization to help foster a love of baseball and improve the lives of area children. The partnership dates back nearly 50 years and today includes more than 100 volunteers who ve helped raise more than $500,000 while working tirelessly to touch the lives of thousands of young fans. Orioles wives help fans during a silent auction. Children s Harbour, Inc. Children s Home Society of Florida Children s Miracle Network Chimes School Choralis Board Fundraiser Chris McAlister Foundation Christ Church Children s Center, Inc. Christ Lutheran Pre-School Christopher Pearce Fundraiser Churchville Girls Softball Churchville Recreation Council CIGNA Behavioral Health City Neighbors Charter School Civic Works Fundraiser Clifton Elementary PTA Coalition to End Homelessness Coast to Coast Legal Aid Coastal Conversation Association of Maryland Cody Baseball Auction Coles District Volunteer Fire Dept. College of Notre Dame of Maryland Columbia County Christian School Combined Federal Campaign Community Family Life Services Community Progress Council Community Services Agency Emergency Assistance Fund Concern-Professional Services for Children, Youth and Families Concerns of Police Survivors Maryland Chapter Concord Baptist Church Connellsville Area High School Patriots Coppin State NAACP Branch CoSIDA Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children Covenant Guild, Inc. Cranberry Station Elementary School PTA Crofton Athletic Council Crohn s & Colitis Foundation Cromwell Valley Elementary CT Friends for ALS Research Cumberland Car Show Cumberland Child Abuse Fundraiser Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Cystic Fibrosis Golf Classic Darlington VFC Davis Elementary School Department of Juvenile Services Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families Department of the Army Diamond Dreams Disability Guide Division of Pretrial Detention Doug Althouse Memorial Foundation Dr. M. Feinglass Foundation Drug Enforcement Administration Survivors Benefit Fund Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Dufief Elementary School PTA Dunbar Armored/Robinson Golf Durham Bulls Foundation Dyslexia Tutoring EASE Foundation East Anaheim Bobby Sox East Windsor Police Athletic League Eastern Baltimore Area Cub and Boy Scouts Edgar Fahs Smith Middle School Edgewood High School Edgewood Middle School Edgewood Rams Football Edgewood Recreation Council

7 Laura Giuliani (left), wife of Jay Gibbons, and representatives from Verizon Wireless help to raise more than $10,000 for the House of Ruth. Corporate Partners Each year, the generosity and efforts of our corporate partners help the Orioles reach out to even more people. This season, the Orioles and Verizon Wireless teamed up to raise $10,000 for HopeLine, a domestic violence prevention program benefiting House of Ruth, a Baltimorebased domestic violence shelter. CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield will donate $25,000 through the K s for Kids Program to the YMCA s Healthy Kids Program. Kelly Insurance Group has stepped forward to donate $2,000 for every Orioles save to benefit Shock Trauma at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Last season s effort raised $70,000. And Giant Food, with their Triple Winner cards, will make a $1.5 million donation to the Children s Cancer Foundation. 5 On Sunday, May 6th, fans were invited to bring their old cell phones to Oriole Park to donate to HopeLine, a domestic violence prevention program. The Orioles and Verizon Wireless each donated $5 for every phone to the House of Ruth, a Baltimore-based domestic violence shelter, raising more than $10,000. Embassy Creek Elementary School Emily Price Jones Head Start Program Emmanuel Dining Room Emmorton Baseball Emmorton Recreation Council Enoch Pratt Free Library Environmental Research and Education Foundation Equal Justice Foundation Equal Rights Center Eric Davis Foundation Essex Baseball Essex Elementary School Explorer Post #9911 Fabretto Children s Foundation Fairfax County Fire Dept Fairfax County Public Schools Faith Baptist Christian School Fallston Animal Rescue Movement Family Central, Inc. Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Associates Fellowship of Christian Athletes First Baptist Church of Brooklyn Five Star Bucket Auction Committee Florida Atlantic University Florida Youth Athletic Association Food Bank of Delaware FOP Cecil County Lodge #2 FOP Lodge #4 For Our Father Foundation, Inc. Fort Hunt Little League Fort Lauderdale Women s Club Foundation for Hospice and Homecare Foundation of Dreams Franciscan Center Franklin High School Fraternal Order of Eagles Frederick County Community Mediation and Conflict Resolution Center Frederick County Sheriff s Office Freedom Area Baseball Friends Community School, Inc. Friends Fur Life Friends of Loch Raven Soccer Friends of Midland Friends of the National Zoo and Smithsonian Friendship Community From One Family to Another Fuel Fund of Maryland Fulton Elementary PTA Gallagher Services Gambrills Baseball Gaudenzia, Inc. Georgetown University Children s Medical Center Georgetown University Hospital German American Exchange Program

8 Orioles in our Neighborhood Youth Baseball Clinics 6 On April 30, the Orioles, in collaboration with the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, hosted 50 youth from the Baltimore RBI League for a baseball clinic at Camden Yards. Kids participated in drills, enjoyed a pizza party, and experienced the once-in-a-lifetime chance to learn and play the game they love on their favorite Major League field. On June 9, over 300 kids from the Oriolessponsored RBI program and city-wide Little Leagues participated in a clinic held at Carroll Park. Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada, manager Dave Trembley and coach Sam Mejias, along with several former Orioles players, led instructional sessions on hitting, fielding and baserunning, helping to boost the confidence and morale of the children. Girl Scouts of Broward County Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. Glenelg Country School Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department Gordonsville Little League Goucher Hillel Govans Child First Academy Govans Elementary Grace Episcopal Day School Granite House Incorporated Graz n Acres Great Lakes Science Center Great Valley Little League Greater Baltimore Urban League Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Greater Fort Lauderdale CVB Greater Glen Burnie Junior Sports League Patriots Greater Jacksonville Optimist Club Greater Piedmont Open Golf Tournament Greek Independence Day Mid-Atlantic Parade 2007 Green Hornets Softball Green Run Little League Miguel Tejada participates in a clinic with local children at Carroll Park. Greencastle Elementary School Griffith Energy Services, Inc. Groveport Madison Junior High School Gunston Day School Gunston Middle School PTA Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County Hamilton Tiger-Cats Foundation Hampden Elementary/Middle School #55 PTO Hampden Family Center Hampden Small Fry Association Hampstead Hill Academy Harahan Athletic Association Harbel Community Organization Harford Community College Harford County Public Works Harford Family House Harlem Park Middle School Harmelin Media Harrington Fire Company Harrington Senior Center Health Care for the Homeless Health Partners, Incorporated Heart Transplant Fund Heaven s Angels Hebrew Home of Greater Washington Hemophilia Foundation Hempfield Fire Department Henderson Mental Health Center Henry Highland Elementary School Hereford High School Hispanic Apostolate Hockessin Soccer Club Holy Family House Holy Redeemer High School Homestretch Hoop Dreams Scholarship Fund Hoops for Heart Hope By the Bay Hope for Kids Hope Worldwide Mid-Atlantic Hospice Caring, Inc. Hospice of Charles County Hospice of Howard County Hospital For Sick Children Pediatric Center House of Hope

9 Former Oriole Al Bumbry provides instruction at Carroll Park. Reviving Baseball in the Inner City (RBI) Program Miguel Tejada interacts with city little leaguers. The Reviving Baseball in the Inner City Program encourages teens to stay in school and helps them develop selfesteem while learning the skills and enjoyment of baseball. The program is a national Major League Baseball initiative administered and sponsored locally by the Orioles. Approximately 450 teenagers in Baltimore have participated in the league the past two seasons. Summer Reading Program The Orioles Summer Reading Program, presented by Bank of America, provides incentives to over 1,000 children who participate in the program. In 2006, children were encouraged to read for twenty-minute sessions each day in July to receive two complimentary tickets to a game and a Reading All-Stars T-shirt. Select participants were also chosen to read with Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts prior to a game in August. Brian Roberts reads to area children. Howard County Dept. of Social Services Howard County Recreation Howell Township Middle School North Hughson Youth Baseball Humane Society Immunization Action Program Interfaith Community Services Isaac Memorial Scholarship Fund Ivymount School Fundraiser James A. Dodge Foundation James River High School James Run Christian Academy Jamestown Spring Fair Raffle Jamie McMurray Foundation Jays Care Jentry McDonald Corp. Jeremy Foundation Jerry s Kids Jessup Provinces Youth Organization Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options Jewish Caring Network Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore Jewish Community Centers of South Broward JFK High School Fundraiser JMU Duke Club Joe DiMaggio Children s Hospital John Eaton Elementary School Johnny B s Candlelight Bowl Johns Hopkins Medicine Johns Hopkins Pediatrics Johns Hopkins University Athletics Johns Hopkins/United Way Joppatowne High School Junior Achievement Junior Achievement Exchange City Just Us Kids Child Development Center Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Kenmore Elementary School PTO Kennedy Krieger Institute Kenwood High School Positive Behavior Key Point Health Services Keystone Pet-enhanced Therapy Services Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania Kids in Distress Kidz Clubhouse Kingsville Civic Association Kingsville Parks & Recreation Knights of Columbus Council 1039 La Plata United Methodist Church Laleche League of Fredericksburg Lancaster Newspapers Lancaster Recreation Commission Lancaster Teen Haven Larry s Legacy Scholarship Fund 7

10 Brian s Baseball Bash On August 20, 2006, second baseman Brian Roberts hosted Brian s Baseball Bash at the ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor to benefit the University of Maryland Hospital for Children. Over $130,000 was raised for the hospital through ticket sales, live and silent auctions, sponsorships and donations. Many Orioles players attended the event, signing autographs and taking photos with fans. The Orioles also donated $10,000 to provide tickets to patients and their families to attend the event. This year s event will take place on Sunday, August 26. Children s Christmas Party at ESPN Zone organization to each child. The 2006 event marked the 28th year the Orioles have held a holiday party for children from economically disadvantaged areas in Baltimore, with a different school being selected each year. Salvation Army Food Basket and Angel Tree Each year, Orioles front office employees donate non-perishable food items for donation to the Salvation Army Food Basket at Thanksgiving. During the Christmas season, employees purchase gifts for underprivileged children as part of the Salvation Army s Angel Tree program. Player and Bird Appearances 8 Last December, Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts, outfielder Jay Gibbons, third baseman Melvin Mora and former players Rick Dempsey, Scott McGregor and Dave Johnson hosted 90 first through third graders from The Barclay School as part of the Orioles Annual Children s Christmas Party. The event was held at the ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor. Players served lunch, played games with and signed autographs for the students. Dempsey played Santa Claus, delivering gifts from the One of the greatest examples of the Orioles reaching out into the community is when Orioles players themselves appear all over town. Even the Orioles Bird flew to over 200 destinations in the community in This past year, fans had the opportunity to meet their favorite players at locations throughout the region, including the Sports Legends Museum, ESPN Zone, Baltimore Visitors Center, local area malls, and many other stops. Rick Santa Dempsey at the annual Children s Christmas Party. Laurel Alumni Association Laurel-Burtonsville Jaycees League for the Hard of Hearing Leon Day Foundation Les Turner ALS Foundation Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Liberty Christian Fundraiser Liberty/Randallstown Coalition Life Crisis Center Light the Night Lions Vision Research Foundation Literacy Council of Northern Virginia Literacy Works Book Bash Living with Lupus Gala Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems Logan Kazimer Fundraiser Lombardi Gala/Georgetown University Longfellow Elementary School PTA Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Foundation Lupus of Pennsylvania Magee Rehabilitation Magnolia Elementary School Make-a-Wish Foundation Make-a-Wish of South Florida Manheim Township Football Manito, Inc. Manor Woods Elementary PTA Maple Leaf Sports Fundraiser March of Dimes Margaret M. Pierce Elementary School PTO Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Foundation, Inc. Martin Luther King, Jr. United Methodist Men Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission Maryland All-Star Cheer & Dance Academy Maryland Association of Resources For Families Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund Maryland Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors Maryland Health Information Management Association Maryland Nurses Association Maryland Orioles Baseball Maryland PTA Maryland Public Television Maryland State Boys Choir Maryland Zoo MASCA Conference Matthew Leizear Scholarship Fund MCEE s Golf Classic MD Kids and Families Meade Middle School Meals on Wheels Mechanicsburg Senior High School Meeting Solutions/United Way Meghan Puls Foundation Mental Health Association of Frederick County Mercy Magic Gala/Medical Center Mercy Medical Center Dept. of Pathology Metro Delta HeadStart Center Michelle Bevans Scholarship Fund Mid Shore Challengers Mid-Atlantic German Shepherd Rescue Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Middlesex Little League Middletown Volunteer Fire Company Midtown Softball League Monocacy Elementary School Monroe Township Baseball Association Montessori International Children s House Montgomery County Dept. of Police

11 Swatara Township near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Orioles contributed financial support to the non-profit Friends of Midland for the refurbishment of the cemetery, and former Orioles Paul Blair and Curt Motton attended the event. Local children were joined by former Orioles Paul Blair and Curt Motton to honor Negro Leaguer Rap Dixon. Daniel Cabrera with a young fan at ESPN Zone. Negro League Recognition and Baltimore Black Sox Celebration This year, the Orioles participated in a series of events paying tribute to Negro League teams and players, including the Baltimore Black Sox franchise and Black Sox player Herbert Rap Dixon. On June 8, a monument to honor Dixon was unveiled at Midland Cemetery in The organization also provided financial support to the nation s largest gathering of Negro League authors, researchers and historians at the 10th Annual Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference in Portsmouth, Virginia. And on September 6, the Orioles will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Baltimore Black Sox 1932 season. That year, the Sox were credited with a championship but never received the proper recognition since their league folded midseason. Current Orioles players and coaches will wear 1932 Baltimore Black Sox replica uniforms during the game. 9 In the first half of 2007 alone, the Orioles players, coaches and front office have made over 100 appearances in the community, signing autographs, answering questions, and meeting fans. To find out about upcoming appearances, visit orioles.com and click on Community. Montgomery County Public Schools Morgan Mentors Winston Winners Morgan State NAACP Branch Morgan State University School of Engineering Mount Airy Area Jaycees Mt. Harmony Elementary PTA Mt. Hebron Nursery School Mt. Providence Child Development Center Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Muhlenberg Township Athletic Association Mulberry-Fairplains Fire Department Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Laugh for Life Multiple Sclerosis Fantasy Ball Muscular Dystrophy Association Mutual Elementary School My Brothers Keeper Myasthenia Gravis Foundation NAACP Fort Lauderdale Branch National Cancer Institute National Center for Missing and Exploited Children National Conference of Synagogue Youth National Cued Speech Association National Fallen Firefighter Memorial Golf Tournament National Federation of the Blind National Foundation for Women Legislators National Foundation of Infectious Diseases National Kidney Foundation National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives National Transplant Assistance Fund Neche Park Board Neediest Kids Neighborhoods of Greater Lauraville, Inc. Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation New Covenant Christian School New Foundations New Pathways, Inc. New Psalmist Christian School New Shiloh Baptist Church NAACP Branch New York Stage & Film Co. NF, Inc. Mid-Atlantic NFL Alumni Foundation NICK and You Fundraiser/Mercy Hospital Nicole Van Horn Trust Fund Nobel School Northern VA Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc. Northern Virginia Coalition Northfield Elementary School Nova Southeastern University Scholarship Program Ocean Gate First Aid Auxiliary Odyssey School Olivia s House Open Bible Christian Academy Ore Valley Elementary PTO Orems Elementary School

12 A Winning Line-up 10 A day at Camden Yards with the OriolesREACH Ticket and Gameday Experience Program. A day at Oriole Park is truly a magical experience. And every homestand, the Orioles welcome special individuals and community groups to Camden Yards to demonstrate the power of Orioles Baseball first-hand. OriolesREACH Ticket and Gameday Experience Program One of the most successful OriolesREACH initiatives is the OriolesREACH Ticket and Gameday Experience Program. Over 10,000 children from disadvantaged areas in the region are able to attend an Orioles game for free each season thanks to the OriolesREACH ticket program a program that provides game tickets, transportation to and from the game, hot dogs and sodas, and Orioles hats and t-shirts to underprivileged children. Several Orioles players, including Miguel Tejada, Kevin Millar, and Ramon Hernandez, have helped these children enjoy a game in 2006 and Pre-Game Visits At all 81 home games, the Orioles host a variety of special needs groups on the field prior to the game to experience batting practice. Guests include those associated with the Believe in Tomorrow and Make-A-Wish programs. The once-in-a-lifetime memory is enhanced with face-to-face meetings with players. Many of the Woodmoor students that attended your game had never seen a live baseball game before. The students have not stopped talking about their Orioles experience and the Orioles generosity. --Kristina Millian LCSW-C Woodmoor Elementary School Social Worker Orlando Magic Foundation Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School Overlea Recreation Council Owasso High School PA Foster Parent Association Padonia Elementary School PanCAN TeamHope Maryland Parents Law Enforcement and Youth Parkville High School Athletics Parkville Recreation & Parks Council Partnership Foundation Pasadena Baseball Pat Tillman Foundation Patapsco Ally Softball Paws for Life, Inc. Penbrook Athletic Association Penn Manor High School Boosters Perry Hall High School Peter G. Callas Memorial Philanthropy News Network Phillies Phestival Pine Crest School Pinnacle Health Hospital Pittsburgh Pirates Foundation PJ Schafer Memorial Golf Tournament Pleasant Family Fund Pleasant Hope Baptist NAACP Branch Polytech Adult Education Preakness 2007 Celebration Parade Prince William County Public Schools Programs for Exceptional People Provident United Way Campaign Puttin Youth First Putty Hill Panthers Baseball QMHS Fundraiser Race for Hope Race for Our Kids/Sinai Hospital Rape Crisis Intervention Service Ravens Roost #75 Raymond J. Lockhart Elementary School Red Barons ALS Fundraiser Red Bull Golf Tournament Red Cross Golf Outing Relay for Life Relay for Life Westminster/Taneytown Relay for Life/Team Hope Resurrection Children s Center Richard Stockton Elementary School PTA Richmond Braves Foundation Richmond Rugby Foundation Ridgley Middle School Riverview Elementary Robert Moser Foundation Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Co. Rockaway Beach Volunteer Fire Dept. Rockville Community Nursery School Rod Carew Children s Golf Classic Rodman Volunteer Fire Department Rosedale Baseball Running Brook Elementary School Ryan Henderson Fund Saint Mary Star of the Sea School Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club Salvation Army Women s Auxiliary Sawgrass Springs Middle School

13 Orioles Food Drive Non-perishable food and personal items and a record-setting amount of money were collected for the Maryland Food Bank during the Orioles 20th annual food drive, held last June at Camden Yards. The Orioles, Orioles Wives, WJZ-TV employees and Oriole Advocates collected almost 9,000 pounds of food and a record-setting $28,555 in cash from fans attending games during the three days. Food and non-perishable items were distributed to soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters throughout Maryland, and cash donations were used to purchase turkeys for Thanksgiving. This year s food drive will take place the weekend of August Elizabeth Black, wife of coach Tom Trebelhorn, at last season s Food Drive. High Five Fundraising Program The Orioles High Five Fundraising program provides organizations the opportunity to sell Orioles tickets to generate funds for special programs such as school clubs or civic organizations. It allows groups to not only raise money for themselves, but also provides an opportunity for the group to participate in an activity together. The non-profit organization receives $5 for every ticket sold, and a variety of price categories and seat locations are available to fit any budget. In 2006, the Orioles helped raise $175,000 for hundreds of non-profit organizations. More than $450,000 has been raised since the program s inception in Schaffner Youth Center Shelter Schenevus Central School School Without Walls Senior High Schreiber Pediatric Center Scleroderma Foundation Score Fore a Cure SemperComm Senior Volunteer Services Shake and Bake Skating Shelter for Abused Women Shoot For a Cure Sickle Cell Anemia Association Silhouettes For Women Silver Spring Day School Sinai Hospital Skip Viragh Golf Classic Slippery Rock University Smyrna Athletic Boosters Club Somerset County United Way South Baltimore Learning Center South Brunswick Family YMCA South Eastern Youth Football Association Southampton Academy Southampton Correctional Complex Southeast Texas Relief Fund Southern High School Southern Maryland All-Faith League Southern Maryland Community Network Southern Maryland Livestock Show Special Olympics Spherion Prof. Group Spring City American Legion Spring Grove Area Middle School SS. Peter & Paul School St. Agnes Hospital St. Francis of Assisi Service Dog Foundation St. Ignatius Parish St. John Lutheran School St. John s Lane Elementary School St. Joseph Parish School St. Joseph s Nursing Home St. Jude Catholic School St. June Smith Center St. Luke s House St. Martin Ministry and Benedictine School St. Mary of the Assumption School St. Mary of the Mills School St. Michael and St. Patrick St. Michael School St. Rita School Starlight Starbright Children s Foundation Stars of Virginia Stephen Decatur Middle School Stepping Stones Shelter

14 Latino Night and Cardboard to Leather Equipment Collection This season, the Oriole Advocates held their annual Cardboard to Leather baseball equipment collection in conjunction with the Orioles annual Latino Night on July 14. Cardboard to Leather provides new and gently used baseball gloves and bats collected from Orioles fans for children in developing countries in the Caribbean. Latino Night, a celebration of the influence of Hispanics on professional baseball, featured a bullpen picnic area party prior to the game with appearances by Hispanic Orioles; a silent auction of Orioles memorabilia; and ballpark décor, music and video suited to the theme. In addition to equipment, cash donations collected at the gate and for the silent auction raised $4,500 for the Cardboard to Leather program. 12 High School All-Star Game The best of Maryland s High School baseball players get the recognition their talents deserve through the High School All-Star Game. The Orioles have hosted the big event each year since 1980, giving young amateurs a chance to showcase their talents in a major league ballpark. This year s game took place on June 10 after the Orioles/Rockies game. Junior Orioles Dugout Club The Junior Orioles Dugout Club presented by Chick-fil-A offers an affordable way for kids and their families to attend Orioles games and receive special rewards available only to members. The Club is essentially a mini-season ticket package for kids 14 years old and younger. In 2006 and 2007, in partnership with Chick-fil-A, the Orioles donated $5 for every kit sold at a Chickfil-A restaurant to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. To date, more than $30,000 has been raised for JDRF through this program. Kids at the Ballpark In 2007, the Orioles have hosted over 42,000 youth through their annual Safety Patrol Day, Day Camper Day, and Little League Days. Little Leaguers had the opportunity to participate in a pre-game parade around the field at Camden Yards, greeted by O s players as they passed by the dugout. Junior Orioles Dugout Club members run the bases at Camden Yards. Local little leaguers parade around Oriole Park. Stevens Forest Elementary School Stevie Beall, Jr. Scholarship Stop Child Abuse Now Sunbury Quadraleague Baseball Sunderland Elementary FSO Sunset Hills Fundraiser Support Our Veterans Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center Susquehanna Association for the Blind SVEC Relay for Life Swing For Youth Sykesville Cyclones T.G.I. Friday s Fundraiser TACTS Taste for Life Team in Training Tee for Tots Teen Challenge of Baltimore Temple Solel Testicular Cancer Resource Center The ARC The ARC of Anne Arundel County The ARC of York County The Bridges Program The Buoniconti Fund The Children s House By the Sea The Community Center The Craig Walden Foundation The Delta Community The Foundation Schools The Glen Kerschner Family Fund The Judy Center The Key School The League The League for Crippled Children The Lively Foundation The Renaissance Center The River at Revival Mission Christian Ministries The Serenity Center The Stony Point School Therapeutic Recreation Services Thompson Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. Tidewater Driller Baseball Tim Harman 5K Run/Walk Timbrook Friends of the Library Timmy Brookman Donation Fund Timothy Decker Fundraiser Towson University Transitions Tri-Churches Tri-County Association for the Blind Trinity Foundation Trinity High School Tuckahoe Sports Tyanna B. O Brien Breast Cancer Foundation UBS Foundation UMB Charity Golf Tournament UMBC Basket Bingo United Cerebral Palsy United Cerebral Palsy Central PA United Community Independence Programs United for D.C., Inc. United Methodist Home for Children, Inc. United Way of Broward County United Way/GBMC University of Mary Washington University of Maryland Center for Young Children

15 Help Us Reach You If your organization would like to work with OriolesREACH, we re here to help. To schedule a former player appearance please call To schedule The Orioles Bird please call To inquire about the OriolesREACH Ticket and Gameday Experience Program please call For all other OriolesREACH questions please call BIRD. Donation Requests Each year, the Orioles send donations to charitable, non-profit organizations, schools, and civic groups. To request a donation, please send a letter of request on your organization s letterhead (including the contact information and address where the donation might be sent) to: 13 OriolesREACH Donations 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD Or you can fax your request to We are not able to accept requests. Please notify us at least one month prior to your scheduled event and explain how the proceeds will be used. Requests will only be considered for an organization that can include a copy of its 501 (c) (3) status, is a recognized charity supporting youth athletics or educational initiatives, and is located in the MD/DC/VA/DE/Southern PA area. University of Maryland Hospital for Children Upper Allen/Shepherdstown PTO Upton Planning Committee Urology Association of York USO Delaware Veritas Academy Very Special Arts Festival Vienna Stars Virginia Gang Investigators Association Virginia Shuman Young Elementary School Viva Las Vegas Benefit Auction Volunteer Center of Allegany County Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Fisher House Warwick Little League Washington National Opera Washington Tennis Center Fundraiser Waterloo Elementary School PTA WAVFC Wells Fargo Auto Finance West Broward Family YMCA West Springfield Crew Boosters Club, Inc. Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf Westminster Academy Westover Elementary PTA White Marsh Elementary School White Marsh Volunteer Fire Co., Inc. William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School Williamsport Lions Club Wilmington Blue Rocks Foundation Wilson Elementary School Winslow Township Little League Women in Distress Women in Federal Law Enforcement Women in Government Relations Leader Foundation Women Supporting Women Women s Auxiliary Women s Traffic and Transportation Club Woodbourne Center Woodbourne School Woodholme Elementary School PTA Woodmoor Elementary School World Youth Days/Church of Nativity Wrightsville Elementary PTO YMCA Healthy Kids Day Young Onset Parkinson Conference Youth Outreach Foundation Zion Episcopal Church Zion Lutheran Church and School Zonta 2007 Spring Gala

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