On Monday, December 5, kids of all ages – including 300 underserved children from the Wender Weis Foundation for Children’s (WWFC) organizations – had the exclusive opportunity to meet local athletes, gain rare access to the San Francisco Giants’ dugout and batting tunnels, and enjoy ballpark fare during this one-of-a-kind holiday celebration.
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JUNE 17, 2014
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FOREIGN NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2014 - FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER
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