Ohio State Athletics "Send a Kid" Ticket Program
The Ohio State Athletic Department is proud to introduce the "Send-A-Kid" Program, a philanthropic initiative designed to support the local community and our student-athletes. The program is designed to provide underprivileged children in the Columbus area with the opportunity to attend Ohio State University athletic events free of charge.
By joining forces with local 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, supporters of Ohio State Athletics will be able to donate tickets to the program, enhancing the lives of those less fortunate in our community. The "Send-A-Kid" Program is a terrific way to share your love of the Buckeyes with a child who otherwise may not have the opportunity, as well as a terrific way to support your favorite Buckeye team(s).
With your help, we can create truly memorable experiences for underprivileged children in the community, and give them an opportunity to visit a college campus. This will help to enforce the message that attending college is a real possibility, and encourage them to become involved in a variety of activities as they continue to develop. This program gives children the opportunity to learn, develop a passion, or simply kick back and have a great time at an Ohio State Buckeyes game.
To contribute to the "Send-A-Kid" Program, select the sport(s) you would like to support, and the corresponding ticket package, from the list below. The available sports will change seasonally, so be sure to check the site often! Tickets purchased will be allocated to our local Ticket Partners, all of which benefit children grades 8 and below. For more information, or to purchase tickets, please contact the Ticket Sales Office at: (614) 292-0043.
"Send-A-Kid" Spring Season Donation Options
$20 for 10 single game Group Tickets; except Spring Game.
$110 for Youth Season Ticket package
$54 for Big Ten 'Grand Slam' package
$20 for 10 single game Group Tickets
$250 for 50 group tickets
More information to follow
*Processing fees may apply.
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