Baseball SSG, Volleyball Korean Air jointly donate to underprivileged children in Incheon

Baseball team SSG Landers and professional volleyball team Korean Air have jointly donated to underprivileged children in their hometown of Incheon.

Korean Air delivered the joint donation to the Incheon Social Welfare Foundation before the team’s home game against KB Insurance at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on Tuesday.

SSG and Korean Air have been collecting donations for the underprivileged in Incheon since 2021.

Korean Air will donate KRW 100,000 for every service ace and SSG will donate KRW 20,000 for every pitcher’s strikeout.

After each donation, 바카라사이트 SSG players visited a volleyball court and Korean Air players visited a baseball field to foster a sense of solidarity.

On June 15 at SSG Landers Field in Incheon, Korean Air earned 1.9 million won with 19 service aces and SSG earned 5.98 million won with 299 strikeouts.

The 7.88 million won collected by the two teams was delivered to the Incheon Social Welfare Foundation and will be used for basic livelihood and education expenses of underprivileged children in Incheon.

SSG veteran pitcher Ko Hyo-jun visited Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 10th to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

“It’s a different feeling coming to a volleyball court,” he said, “and I’m proud to represent the team at such a meaningful event. I hope that the donations collected through the efforts of SSG and Korean Air players will be delivered to children in need.”

On June 15, during the baseball season, Korean Air setter Han visited Landers Field to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and donated 10.86 million won to the underprivileged in Incheon. 온라인카지노사이트