Esptein supports Horizons for Homeless Children
Wed, 6 Mar 2013|
Former Red Sox GM Theo Epstein returned to Boston this year, as his charity raises funds for the organizations
Make a lot Comcast sports and is working to help bring awareness and support to horizons for homeless children. It's an organization former Red Sox general manager and Brookline native Theo Epstein continue to actively support. Even from his new home in Chicago taking time to visit with a group of children currently. This year. We're here today prizes on this field. Experience. That comes rely on the money quite a -- to do very well. What they do so but we'll keep us going with the events as long as you can so without fundraising out private donation. Organizations like guys. What -- that's going to be. Tremendous staff. Failure to help kids get ready for school it's me. -- important that's. You know we give them that. The best possible education they get an opportunity to be part of it other children. Mike my take for granted and so this is kind of the best partnership you can have when he can organize things like this together because of organizations like this. Filling that -- there are ready and hopefully that can break -- -- seasons. What these greens tracks both in center in terms of financial support. I also really spending their own talent we have our families. Is amazing they make it. And that's something we've got to make a young players. You might not think there is baffled by. Just the New Jersey on the it means a lot of people -- that's a privilege that comes responsibility to try to make this a positive way. All this week we've been asking for your help and supporting horizons for homeless children Comcast which is committed to helping disadvantaged communities and programs like. Internet essential will proudly Matt's contributions made today call 1806506219. To donate to -- for a moments. Great to see that -- still has it. It is hard still in Boston still comes back there's a lot time are obvious -- Stanley is here but still committed to the cause. And it doesn't love the media spotlight that when he gets into a situation like that I was at the event women. He's so natural with the kids and so great to see the kids any of the parent's -- like about -- legitimately or did you. Don't forget GM when they thought they won that World Series.