Mike Clevinger will team up with the Cleveland Food Bank to fight childhood hunger in the Greater Cleveland area. As part of the program, fans who make a donation to the Food Bank through Mike's campaign will be entered into a drawing for autographed memorabilia from the pitcher.
The Cleveland Indians are proud to support community initiatives that support service, health, fitness, diversity and sustainability.
The Bob Feller Act of Valor Award was created in 2013 to recognize individuals for possessing the values, integrity and dedication to serving our country that Bob Feller himself displayed.
Terry Francona and UnitedHealthcare will team up with the Cleveland VA Medical Center to provide Club Lounge tickets to select military veterans and their families every Sunday home game. The veterans will receive Indians-branded military caps and T-shirts, as well as an in-game scoreboard message.
Greg Allen will visit Cleveland Clinic Children's patients at the hospital throughout the season and encourage them to find the silver lining in their journey back to health. Allen will surprise each patient with a jersey and tickets to a future Indians game, where they will have the opportunity to chat with the outfielder prior to that night's contest.
Brad Hand and his wife, Morgan, will work in partnership with KeyBank to support youth from the Boys & Girls Club. Brad and Morgan will spend time with members of the Boys & Girls Club and then surprise a lucky family with jerseys and a KeyBank gift card following the event.
On select home games, Corey Kluber and his wife, Amanda, will host a child from Cleveland Clinic Children's. As part of this program, the child and his or her family will watch batting practice on the field, receive Kluber jerseys and watch the game that night from the Club Lounge.
Health and Fitness
This event, developed by Cleveland Clinic with the support of the Indians and owner Paul Dolan as founding partners, has raised over $8 million for cancer research in its first three years.
The Cleveland Indians partnered with TeamSmile, local dentists and P&G to provide critical dental services for 350 children from the Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland. A day of dental health education and fun activities allowed many children to receive dental care for the first time in their lives.
The Cleveland Indians are committed to developing and maintaining an environment that embraces diversity to enrich our core values, enhance our competitive position, strengthen our economic impact, and foster a respectful appreciation for the local and global communities in which we operate.
Since its inaugural year in 1994, Progressive Field has been recycling plastic, cardboard, and aluminum. The home of the Cleveland Indians continues to be among the industry leaders in taking a proactive approach to supporting various environmental initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint at Progressive Field.
2018 Front Office Board Support
The Cleveland Indians have numerous Front Office staff members holding positions on local non-profit boards. We proudly support those staff members by giving both financial and in-kind donations each year.
- Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation
- Bob Feller Museum
- Business Volunteers Unlimited
- The Centers for Families and Children
- Cleveland Public Library
- Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
- Great Lakes Science Center
- Greater Cleveland Sports Commission
- Historic Gateway Neighborhood
- Notre Dame College Athletic Advisory Board
- Positive Coaching Alliance
- Destination Cleveland
- Providence House
- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- Shoes and Clothes for Kids
- Stadium Managers Association
- Teach for America
- United Way
- WISE Cleveland
- Greater Cleveland Partnership
- College Now
- Greater Cleveland Food Bank
- Playhouse Square - Cleveland