South Bend Cubs raising money for Kroc Center with personalized messages

Photo of message board courtesy of the South Bend Cubs

SOUTH BEND, Ind.— The South Bend Cubs are raising money for the Salvation Army Kroc Center by creating personalized video board messages.

Fans can purchase the custom messages to be displayed on the video board at Four Winds Field on the South Bend Cubs’ website.

A digital copy of the personalized video board message will be given to fans as well as shared on the team’s social media pages.

“During this time of social distancing, we’re actively trying to find ways to help our community,” said South Bend Cubs Team President Joe Hart in a press release on Monday. “We know there are some in our community that are food insecure or having a difficult time. The Kroc Center is just one of the many organizations providing assistance for those who need it. I’m encouraging anyone who is looking for a unique gift for a friend or family member to purchase a message. It’s a great way to show someone you care and help our community at the same time.”

All money raised will go to the food pantry and the Kroc Center’s family resource center.

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