Stolen Bases With The Altoona Curve

One of the most exciting moments in baseball is when a player steals a base. That feeling was the inspiration for our partnership with the Altoona Curve andVariety the Children's Charity. In past seasons, we donated $50 to Variety foreach base an Altoona Curve player stole.  

This season, each base stolen by an Altoona Curve player during home games will earn a donation of $50 to Dreams Go On, which provides therapeutic horseback riding for Blair County adults and children with disabilities.

What is Dreams Go On?

To a child or adult with a physical, developmental or emotional challenge, life can look a lot brighter on horseback. Horse riding can strengthen and tone riders’ muscles, improve balance, build self-esteem, and offer a sense of freedom and equality.

That’s why Dreams Goes On exists. Their certified instructors and dedicated volunteers teach responsibility, trust, rules, patience, compassion, self-confidence, teamwork, and safety to more than fifty physically and mentally challenged horseback riders.

Working with The Curve

Beyond being a great minor league baseball team, the Altoona Curve supports local youth programs and organizations that promote exercise, health, activity, and education.

Our partnership with Edgar Snyder & Associates embodies everything we are trying to accomplish as a team.

How You Can Help

Dreams Go On is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Your tax-deductible donations and participation in their fundraisers will give these special riders opportunities for today, hope for tomorrow, and benefits for a lifetime.

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