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A's in the Community

A It Forward

The Oakland Athletics are looking to give back to the community in a special way. With the support of PG&E, up to 1,000 tickets will be donated throughout the community in 2015. Fans will be able to follow the donation stories by following the A's on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

You never know when the A's will A it Forward so make sure to wear A's gear in the community and support the Green & Gold! This page will continue to be updated with photos and stories as the A's and PG&E A it Forward.

2014 #AitForward Photos

April 5: A It Forward

Stomper and the PG&E Helmet surprised families from Project Access with a pregame visit on April 5, 2014.

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April 19: A It Forward

50 kids from Family House, Inc. participated in a postgame "Easter Egg Hunt" in the A's outfield on April 19, 2014.

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May 7: A It Forward

Lincoln Child Center students got to skip school to see Stomper and an A's game on May 7, 2014.

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May 16: A It Forward

Stomper surprised Lincoln Elementary School students during their morning recess on May 16, 2014.

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May 27: A It Forward

Families from Davis Street Family Resource Center had a pregame pizza tailgate party on May 27, 2014.

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May 30: A It Forward

College-bound members from Girls Incorporated led a pregame parade around the A's Coliseum warning track on May 30, 2014.

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August 4: A It Forward

Stephen Vogt surprised kids from CoachArt with the opportunity to watch batting practice on August 4, 2014.

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August 10: A It Forward

Special Olympics of Northern California was selected to watch the Law Enforcement Day parade from the field and throw the ceremonial first pitch on August 10, 2014.

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September 7: A It Forward

One lucky winner from the Support Our Cancer Kids organization threw the ceremonial first pitch on September 7, 2014. 50 kids and their families cheered in support.

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September 21: A It Forward

10 pairs of Best Buddies came to the game to cheer on the A's on September 21, 2014. Best Buddies pairs special needs kids with a teen or volunteer for one-to-one friendships.

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Stay tuned for more
#AitForward events in 2015!