Community Involvement, Rehabilitation

SCC charity softball games raises almost $9k for Special Olympics

A group of about twenty men in two rows facing the camera with some of them holding a large check.
Sierra Conservation staff and inmate softball players hold a large check for Special Olympics of Tuolumne County.

Sierra Conservation Center (SCC) hosted a charity softball game between an amateur team and an inmate team – raising almost $9,000 for Special Olympics of Tuolumne County.

The game earlier this month was between the Tuolumne Ravens and inmate teams at Sierra Conservation Center on Facility C.

A food sale was conducted on Facility A, B, and C. Over 1,000 pizzas were sold raising $5,593.00.

Pizza Factory supplied the pizza and donated $2,430. SCC Inmates donated $600.

The total amount raised was $8,622.  All the donations go to the Special Olympics of Tuolumne County and will assist in transportation cost. 

Softball pitcher on diamond throwing a softball to a batter with players in the background.
An inmate team at SCC played an amateur team in a game to raise money for Special Olympics.