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Culver City Little League Seeking Sponsors

The season is gearing up and the League needs your financial support to fund improvements for its fields, purchase equipment, uniforms and first aid kits.

Are you willing to step up to the plate? Culver City Little League needs your help.

Little League baseball and softball season is just around the corner and the 60-year-strong Culver City Little League is once again seeking sponsors because the League has a policy of not turning down any children due to financial hardship.

Culver City’s Little League baseball and softball is a nonprofit organization and games take place at Bill Botts field. It’s the only Little League-sanctioned program for boys and girls in Culver City and neighboring communities, and it can only continue to survive thanks to the generous financial support of local businesses, corporate and community sponsors.

More than 500 boys and girls ages 4-13, in six different divisions of baseball and softball programs are expected to participate in the upcoming season.

This year the League hopes to raise $25,000 to fund improvements for its three playing fields; purchase team equipment, team uniforms and first aid kits.

 If you can help, please download this SPONSOR DONATION FORM and return it along with your check payable to Culver City Little League. Your donation may be tax deductible as the League is a tax-exempt 501c (7) charitable organization—or it can be a deductible business expense if it’s used for advertising. No contribution is too small.

For questions please email the League’s Fundraising Director, Heather Mercado.

All donations may be tax deductible.  Please consult with your tax advisor. CCLL is a tax-exempt 501 (c ) (7) charitable organization. Tax ID # 95-3889516.


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