11/14/2013 2:45 P.M. ET
P&G and Reds seek nominees for 'Community Makeover'
By / MLB.com
Do you know of a park, ball field or neighborhood recreation area that is in need of a renovation?
P&G, the Reds Community Fund and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden are looking for a special Greater Cincinnati community in need of a "Community Makeover."
Nominate your community today!
1. Projects must include a minimum of one baseball and/or softball field and should also include a significant community park or asset in need of renovation.
2. Communities must be located within the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas.
3. Applications should include photographs, site maps and/or additional narratives highlighting relevant information regarding the project needs.
4. The application can be downloaded at reds.com/community and should be submitted by Jan. 15, 2014.
New For 2014: P&G and the Reds are pleased to welcome the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden as a partner for the Community Makeover. The staff from the Cincinnati Zoo brings a wealth of experience in horticulture, sustainable design and maintenance.
The Reds Community Fund is also looking for additional projects in underserved neighborhoods where a new or renovated ballfield would increase the number of youth participating in baseball and softball programs. Prospective communities for the field makeover can be from anywhere in Reds Country. Apply at reds.com/community.
P&G and the Reds Community Fund have partnered since 2010 for the annual P&G Community Day volunteer service projects featuring hundreds of P&G employees renovating baseball fields, softball fields and community parks. The most recent project in 2013 included over 400 P&G North America Marketing employees volunteering in Avondale to rebuild the Hirsch Recreation Center ballfields and refurbish the Gabriel's Place food ministry with assistance from the Cincinnati Zoo and other community partners.
For additional information, please contact:
Reds Community Fund
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