Telling Tales partners with The Hamilton Bulldogs Foundation

The Hamilton Bulldogs Foundation is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Telling Tales and the Hamilton Public School Board to present the Bulldogs annual School Day game on November 14th vs the Barrie Colts.

We could not be happier to have developed this amazing partnership with an organization such as Telling Tales. Tellings Tales is committed to inspiring a love of reading and raising awareness of the importance of literacy. Their mission is to deliver outstanding literary programming for children and youth that raises awareness of the importance of literacy in our community. Their mission correlates perfectly with our foundation who strives to enrich the lives of children and youth in the Greater Hamilton Area by promoting the creativity of interactive programs involving education.

Next Wednesday, Telling Tales will be featuring the book Mucus Mayhem from the extremely popular 'Almost Epic Squad' series written by Kevin Sylvester. Kevin will also be in attendance for the game and we are privileged to give the students from the Hamilton Public School Board the opportunity to meet Kevin at the game. On that day, there will be over 10,000 students from all over the public board, including many from some of our 23 Adopt-a-Schools that the foundation supports.

Amazing events such as this, which provide so many children in our community a wonderful opportunity, would not be possible if it wasn't for the funding provided by our foundation. It is from many generous donations from those that share the same passion in working towards the betterment of our community that we are able to continue to support our areas youth. We encourage anyone who is able to, to click on the Donate tab located in the top right corner of our website to help fund this and many of our foundation's other initiatives.

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