Revolution hosts “Kids Night Out” on Wednesday

Almost 6,000 tickets to Colorado game distributed to charities serving underprivileged youth

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Almost 6,000 tickets to the New England Revolution’s match against the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday, July 30, have been distributed to a total of 26 organizations supporting at-risk and disadvantaged children in conjunction with the Revolution’s annual “Kids Night Out” program at Gillette Stadium.

In the eight seasons since the program launched in 2007, the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation has distributed almost 40,000 tickets to the region’s underserved children, thanks to the generosity of the team’s corporate and individual partners who helped make the tickets available.

Among the 26 community organizations that received tickets to Wednesday night’s game are: AFC Mentoring, Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation of Ocean State, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mass Bay, Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee, Brookline Teen Center, Centerboard, COMPASS Inc., Doc Wayne Foundation, East Boston Neighborhood Health Ctr. - Let's Get Movin', Family Nurturing Center, Family Service of Greater Boston, Friends of the Children- Boston, Germantown Neighborhood YMCA, Global Potential, Hawthorne Youth and Community Center, Inc., Home for Little Wanderers, Italian Home for Children, May Center – Randolph, Project Bread, Robert F. Kennedy's Childrens Action Corps, Soar with Reading, Somerville Youth & Recreation Foundation, The Arc of South Norfolk, The Bina Farm, Victory Programs and West Suburban YMCA