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Cleveland Indians Wives Association
Mystery Ball

The Cleveland Indians Wives Association hosted its fourth annual Mystery Ball Fundraiser, presented by Dick's Sporting Goods, at Progressive Field on Friday, June 27, before the Tribe's game against the Reds.

Cleveland Indians Wives Association

Ticketed Fans purchased Mystery Ball bags, each of which contained a baseball autographed by one of today's biggest Major League stars.

Molly (husband Jhonny) Peralta

Molly Peralta getting a donation

The Wives also hosted a Silent Auction featuring unique autographed items and experiences. Over 900 Mystery Balls were sold and over $50,000 was raised to benefit Providence House.

Providence House, a non-profit organization that provides a temporary, safe, home-like setting and refuge for children in crisis, is Ohio's first and only 26-bed residential Crisis Nursery offering a round-the-clock residential crisis intervention program that provides an immediate placement solution for babies and children from newborn through age 5 in at-risk situations where they are in imminent danger of abuse or neglect



Natalie Leek-Nelson, President and CEO explains Providence House and how they connected with the Cleveland Indians wives.

Cleveland Indians wives Jen Shoppach and Alyssa Soloff

Cleveland Indians wives Jen Shoppach and Alyssa Soloff

Cleveland Indians wives Patty Seghi and Kym Byrd

Cleveland Indians wives Patty Seghi and Kym Byrd

Cleveland Indians wives film a PSA

Cleveland Indians wives film a PSA

The Cleveland Indians are involved in many community outreach programs. Jayne Churchmack is the Executive Director of Community Outreach for the Cleveland Indians. In the short video below, Jayne speaks about some of the events and projects the Indians are involved in and how owner Larry Dolan has been involved.



Learn more about the Cleveland Indians Wives Association

Cleveland Indians Wives Alison Pucci, Tatum Borowski, Kate Wedge, Molly Peralta, Abbie Blake

Cleveland Indians Wives Alison Pucci, Tatum Borowski,
Kate Wedge, Molly Peralta and Abbie Blake

Cleveland Indians Wives Christine Williams, Jennifer Skinner, Rachel Willis and Carmen Rivera

Cleveland Indians Wives Christine Williams, Jennifer Skinner, Rachel Willis and Carmen Rivera

Tatum Borowski and Kate Wedge

Tatum Borowski and Kate Wedge

Providence House

Natalie Leek-Nelson,
President and CEO of Providence House

Cleveland Indians Wives Mystery Ball prize

Cleveland Indians Wives Mystery Ball prize

Danielle Cherry, Cleveland Indians Communications Coordinator

Danielle Cherry,
Cleveland Indians Communications Coordinator

Jayne Churchmack - Executive Director, Cleveland Indians Community Outreach

Jayne Churchmack - Executive Director,
Cleveland Indians Community Outreach

Cleveland Indians Wives Association members

Volunteering for the Cleveland Indians Wives Association



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