Baseball SSG and volleyball Korean Air jointly donate to underprivileged children in Incheon

SSG-Korean Air jointly donates money to underprivileged children in Incheon

Professional baseball SSG Landers and professional volleyball men’s Korean Air made a joint donation to underprivileged children in Incheon.

SSG announced on the 14th, “Yesterday, Korean Air and E-Mart held a joint donation ceremony at SSG Landers Field in Incheon and delivered 11.26 million won to the Incheon Community Chest of Korea.”

Korean Air and E-Mart, the parent companies of Korean Air Jumbos and SSG Landers, respectively, based in the Incheon area, have launched a joint donation campaign for underprivileged children in the area starting in 2021.

SSG accumulates 20,000 won for each strikeout by a pitcher during the regular season, and Korean Air accumulates 100,000 won for each serve ace. 메이저사이트

SSG raised 278 strikeouts until June 6, and Korean Air raised 57 serve aces from November 30, 2023 to March 31 of this year, collecting 11.26 million won.

On December 11th last year, during the ‘volleyball season’, 7.88 million won was donated.

SSG pitcher Cho Byeong-hyun, Korean Air outside heater Kwak Seung-seok, and middle blocker Kim Gyu-min attended this delivery ceremony.

Kwak Seung-seok threw out the first pitch against the Incheon KIA Tigers on the 13th, and Kim Gyu-min stepped up as the batter. 온라인 슬롯

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