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Alexandria Little League GoFundMe Raises $5,800 to Feed Hungry Alexandrians

Their season might be over, but Alexandria Little Leaguers and their supporters still have something to cheer about during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The nonprofit has raised $5,795 in a GoFundMe campaign to provide food for ALIVE! and Feed The Fight Alexandria, which gives food to local hospitals.

Alexandria Little League is hoping to provide both organizations with $5,000 gifts. The fundraiser ends on Giving Tuesday, which is May 5.

“Both ALIVE! and Feed the Fight Alexandria are doing amazing work for our city and its residents during these challenging times and need donations now more than ever,” noted an Alexandria Little League Facebook post. “As part of the fabric of our city’s community, the ALL board of directors thought it beneficial and important to have the Alexandria Little League baseball community come together and support the ongoing efforts of these organizations at this time.”

Please donate to Alexandria Little League's fundraiser in support of two vital organizations in our city that are in…

Posted by Alexandria Little League on Thursday, April 30, 2020

Photo via Alexandria Little League/Facebook

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