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Hit-A-Thon

On April 25th beginning at 5 PM, Sunnyvale National Little League will be holding its first annual Hit-A-Thon fundraising event to help maintain our program including equipment and facilities. This will be our only fundraiser of the year and we hope you will help us to reach our goal of $5,000. Every dollar raised will get reinvested into our fields and programs. Click the link below to see how much we have raised or to visit your player's personal fundraiser page.

https://app.99pledges.com/fund/SunnyvaleNational

 


The SNLL Hit-A-Thon 2020 is Sponsored by:

SNLL is now accepting sponsors for the 2020 Hit-A-Thon. Sponsorship will include a banner display on the field at the Hit-A-Thon and your logo on the Hit-A-Thon website!

Other sponsorships needed:
● Food/Concessions


Contact Hit-A-Thon Sponsorship Manager Lafo Mase for more information. 

 


Hit-A-Thon Overview:

What is a Hit-A-Thon?
A hit-a-thon is a team-run event where players step up to the plate and take a swing for a cause. With several stations for batting, hitters take turns attempting to hit a baseball the furthest distance possible to raise the most funds possible. A hit-a-thon is a great way to showcase the athletic talent of the league’s players while raising funds for the program. Each player gets three hits and the best of three distances is recorded. Additionally, when players hit targets on the field while at bat, they can win a carnival prize or raffle ticket. All teams are encouraged to arrive at the beginning of the evening to cheer the other teams/players and to promote league unity.

How does it work?
Prior to the event, players collect sponsors who pledge
to donate a set dollar amount per foot for for the distance that the player hits at the event. For example, if Johnny’s aunt agrees to pay $.10 per foot and Johnny knocks it out of the park at 200 feet, then his aunt donates $20. Players may also collect one-time flat
donations in any increment.

 


Online Fundraising Platform:

Collecting pledges is now simpler than ever with 99pledges.com. Each player will have their own personal pledge page to send out to friends and family to allow them to support your fundraising goal. To finish your pledge page, please visit
https://99pledges.com/fund/sunnyvalenational and search for your player (players’names will not appear until online registration and document check have been completed). Here, you can upload a photo of your player, and keep track of their donations. Please record all non-electronic pledges on this site too! Using 99pledges
allows you to reach out to friends and family across the world via email and social media. The site also allows your sponsors to pledge via credit card using a secure site!

Sunnyvale National Little League Federal Tax ID # 94-3027175.
CA State ID # C0553070. League ID # 04054417. Contributions may be deducted for
tax purposes. It is recommended that donors always consult with their tax advisor
regarding the deductibility of donations.


What’s Next?

How it Works...
Prior to the event, players collect sponsors who pledge to donate a set dollar amount per foot for the distance that the player hits at the event. For example, if Johnny’s aunt agrees to pay $.10 per foot and Johnny knocks it out of the park at 200 feet, then his aunt donates $20. Players may also collect one-time flat donations in any increment. At the Hit-A-Thon, each player will get three hits and the best of three is recorded for donation purposes. The event will also host food, prizes, and a small carnival!

Prizes Awarded To…
● The top three fundraisers overall
● Top hitters in each division
● The team who raises the most money

Tips for Success...
●Make your donation immediately. This will encourage others to donate as well.
●Send emails or texts to 20 of your closest friends and family right away!
●Post to Facebook and Twitter (adding a picture or video message works really well)


Schedule:

 

 

 

 

 


Questions...
For questions regarding the Hit-a-Thon please contact us here.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you on the field April 25 at 4PM!”