UC Irvine Medical Center and Angels Baseball are partnering for a series of summer blood drives at Angel Stadium. These blood drives will help meet the needs of the patients at the UC Irvine Medical Center during the summer months when blood shortages often occur. Each donor will receive two Angels vouchers which can be exchanged at the stadium box office for two free game tickets. Blood drives will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here to make your appointment on the UCI website.
Join Angels Chairman Dennis Kuhl as the Angels host The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's annual Light the Night Walk here at the ballpark. The walk is an annual celebration and commemoration of lives touched by cancer. Walkers carry illuminated balloons to raise awareness and funds for blood cancers.
The Angels and Bank of America are proud to host over 30 Challenger Division Little League® teams from Orange County on the morning of November 1 for the Bank of America Challenger Classic. The teams will each play two-inning, one-hour games in the Angel Stadium outfield. After the games, all teams will participate in a medal ceremony at Home Plate.
Golf with current and former Angels greats! Join the Angels Baseball Foundation for their annual Angels Baseball Foundation Golf Classic at Pelican Hill Golf Club on Thursday, November 13. Since 2004, this tournament has given Angel fans the opportunity to golf with current and former Angels greats. Past participants include Jim Abbott, Rod Carew, Chuck Finley, Bobby Grich, Manager Mike Scioscia, and many others. The tournament will feature a 10 a.m. shotgun start and will be followed by a reception at Pelican Hill. All proceeds benefit the Angels Baseball Foundation.
The Angels' Groundskeepers will host their 13th annual Thanksgiving Holiday Canned Food Drive from Friday, November 21 thru Sunday, November 23 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim (weather permitting). All proceeds will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County in the fight against hunger during the holiday season.
Donations of three cans of non-perishable food or $2 will be good for one swing against a pitching machine with a maximum of 20 pitches per participant. A donation of two canned food items or $1 per pitch will allow fans to test their pitching skills in the bullpen. Fans will also have the opportunity to shag fly balls in the outfield for a donation of $25 for 30 minutes. The Angels will provide bats, balls and helmets. The Angels Clubhouse Attendants will also provide a tour of the Clubhouse for a donation of $15 for adults and $10 for children. Hours for the food drive will be 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.. Participants can enter Angel Stadium through Gate #1. All proceeds will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County in the fight against hunger during the holiday season.
Those who are unable to attend, but would still like to make a monetary donation, may send checks to: Second Harvest Food Bank, 8014 Marine Way, Irvine, CA 92618 or visit their website at www.feedoc.org.
On November 30th from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and December 1st from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Angel fans are invited to participate in a Holiday Photo on the Field! In exchange for one unwrapped toy at a retail value of $10 or more for ages 8 and up, fans will have the opportunity to get their photo taken on the big green, as well as one holiday photo frame while supplies last. Season ticket holders are invited to come on Monday December 1st between 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. for an exclusive hour. All of the toys collected will benefit the children in attendance at the Angels Baseball Foundation Children's Holiday party at the ESPN Zone in Downtown Disney.
Each year the Angels Baseball Foundation aims to make the season brighter for 200 underprivileged kids by hosting a Children's Holiday Party for organizations in the Southern California area. For the first time in 2010, the Angels partnered with AM 830 to host the event. ESPN Zone in Anaheim was the new venue, and generously donated the use of their facility, food, and free video arcade games to all the children in attendance. Also new in 2010 was a partnership with Magical Builders' Jamma Jingles program, which provided a new pair of pajamas to every child in attendance. Players, coaches and broadcasters attend each year to kick off the event and provide the children with an afternoon of fun. Angels representatives welcome the children, pass out Angels hats and special holiday t-shirts. The children eat dinner, have a special visit from Santa, and then take time playing games. As the children leave the party, they each receive a toy from Santa and warm holiday wishes from the Angels.
The Angels fan cruise is back and this year's sailing is longer and better. Join players Hector Santiago, Tyler Skaggs, and Efren Navarro, and Angels staff on a four-day West Coast Getaway cruise aboard Princess Cruises® Crown Princess. This is an exclusive offer from AAA Travel. Enjoy refreshing pools, superb dining, spectacular stage productions and exclusive activities with your Angels! Space is limited so make your reservations by calling 888-874-7AAA , visiting your local AAA branch today, or go to aaa.com/fancruise.
Travel Itinerary: Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, California; at sea; Ensenada, Mexico; Los Angeles, California
Ship: Crown Princess
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The 5th Annual Angels 5K & Family Fun Run will take place on Saturday, April 11. Participants have the opportunity to run and walk on the new 5K course that is mapped throughout Angel Stadium, including behind home plate, where the run concludes in front of the Home Plate Gate and the 2015 Heath Fair/Expo. The first 5,500 registered runners will receive a commemorative t-shirt and ticket voucher for an upcoming Angels' game during the 2015 regular season. The 2015 race includes a new finisher medal for the first 5,500 registered runners who cross the finish line. For more information and to register please visit angels.com/5k.
On Sunday, April 19, join United Way for a day at Angel Stadium of Anaheim and help benefit Orange County by taking strides toward a stronger, healthier community. As you WALK to improve the lives of our next generation and change the face of OC, enjoy food trucks, live entertainment, a kid-at-heart zone, community village and much more. Register today: www.walkunited.com.
Players from the Angels visited patients and their families at Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). Throughout the season, Angels players visit local hospitals to lift the spirits of the patients and their families by signing autographs, playing games and coloring with children, and handing out Angels items. See photos from April's visit here »