Baseball fans can come cheer on the Windy City Thunderbolts as they take on the Ottawa Titans while supporting local healthcare workers.
The Franciscan Health Foundation of South Suburban Chicago is hosting Home Team Healthcare Hero Night July 29 at Ozinga Field, 14011 S. Kenton Ave. in Crestwood to benefit the Employee Wellbeing Fund.
The gates open at 5 p.m. and first pitch is at 6:05 p.m. Tickets are $25 through June 30 and $30 starting on July 1.
Healthcare workers may fail to adequately care for their own needs while caring for others. The Employee Wellbeing Fund helps employees manage and overcome burnout while improving care delivery and provides opportunities for mental escapes encouraging mindfulness, creativity and relaxation.
The Home Team Healthcare Hero Night will feature entertainment by legendary former Chicago White Sox organist Nancy Faust as well as postgame fireworks, access to the Kids’ Zone and a 90-minute all-you-can eat buffet with hamburgers, hot dogs, soft drinks and water. A cash bar will be available as will private party decks on the first base side of the ballpark.
The first 200 to enter the ballpark with Home Team Healthcare Hero Night tickets will receive a swag bag featuring items provided by event sponsors. Sponsorship opportunities are available online through July 14.
Tickets and sponsorship information are available online.
For more information, contact the Franciscan Health Foundation at 708-852-2430 or [email protected].