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Indians Wives Association

Indians Wives Association

The Cleveland Indians Wives Association has teamed up
with Cleveland Indians Charities!

Introduction

The Cleveland Indians Wives Association works in collaboration with Cleveland Indians Charities to support and coordinate outreach initiatives throughout the greater Cleveland community that focus on women and children's needs.

For more information on the Wives Association and how you can help support its initiatives, please call 216-420-HITS.

Indians Wives Association

The Indians Wives Association
cares about the community

TRIBE TREASURES SILENT AUCTION

The Cleveland Indians Wives Association hosted a silent auction at Progressive Field on Saturday, May 18th vs Marlins. Mystery Balls signed by current Indians players were available for purchase.

Shirts Off The Players' Backs

The Cleveland Indians Wives Association hosted an in-game jersey auction on September 15th, featuring game-worn Indians jerseys. Mystery Balls were also sold.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

A Susan G. Komen presentation took place on-field during pregame ceremonies on May 20th and included a larger than life-size signature pink ribbon. The Progressive Field pregame festivities are a precursor to the September 10 NE Ohio Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure throughout downtown Cleveland. Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.

Bowl for Kids' Sake

On May 3, Cleveland Indians front office associates and members of the Indians Wives Association battled the Cleveland Browns front office during this exciting rivalry, "The Cleveland Sports Bowl", with funds supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland. Over the 10-year partnership, nearly $50,000 has been raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland.