Brain Tumor Awareness Night

Did you know that May is “Brain Tumor Awareness Month”?

Further, in case a Saturday night game against the Phillies isn’t enough of a reason to head out to Citi Field, you may want to head to Flushing on May 28th for Brain Tumor Awareness Night.

Special tickets are available in the Pepsi Porch ($46) and Promenade Reserve ($31) sections, and if you use the link above, a portion of the ticket price will go toward supporting the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) and brain tumor research. Additionally, you will be seated next to others supporting the cause.

NBTS is a leading nonprofit organization inspiring hope and raising awareness for the brain tumor community. NBTS is dedicated to finding new treatments and a cure while improving the quality of life of brain tumor patients and their families. NBTS funds strategic research with significant promise to move the field forward faster and advocates for all those affected by brain tumors.

Obviously, it is a great cause. Visit this link to buy the tickets to the game and to learn more about NBTS and Brain Tumor Awareness Night.

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