Events / 7.22.2020

UPenn To Rename Baseball Field After PA Native Tommy Lasorda

Penn Athletics

PHILADELPHIA – The Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Pennsylvania is thrilled to announce a transformational gift of more than $2,000,000 from Warren Lichtenstein, C'87, to help fund capital upgrades at the home of Penn Baseball. As a result of his generosity, Penn Athletics is excited to share that once Phase I of the renovation is complete, the playing surface will be known as Tommy Lasorda Field at Meiklejohn Stadium, named after the Baseball Hall of Fame inductee from Norristown, Pa. who won two World Series titles while managing the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Credit: Penn Athletics

Events / 2.26.2019

Skechers Celebrates Friendship Walk

SGB Media

Skechers Celebrates 10th Pier to Pier Friendship Walk With $2 Million Fundraising Goal

The Skechers Foundation plans to break all donation and attendance records on October 28 at the organization’s 10th annual Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk, California’s largest in support of children with special needs and education. Backed by presenting sponsor Nickelodeon and media sponsor NBC4 Southern California, the Walk has topped donations every year since its inception and is expected to continue its winning streak and surpass $2 million for the first time in the event’s history.

Events / 8.14.2018

Mr. Robert John Valentine

The Conferment Ceremony of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette for Mr. Robert John Valentine (Bobby Valentine) was held on August 14th, 2018 at the official residence of the Consul General of Japan in New York.

This decoration is for his outstanding contributions to the development of Japanese baseball and to the advancement of friendly relations between Japan and the United States.

Events / 5.6.2018

beyond the streets

BEYOND THE STREETS, a premier exhibition of graffiti, street art and beyond, open to the public in Los Angeles starting May 6, 2018.

BEYOND THE STREETS was curated by author and historian Roger Gastman and celebrates the popularity and rise of the world’s most recognizable modern art movement. Over 100 artists will be featured showcasing paintings, sculptures, photography and installations throughout 40,000+ square feet. Steel Partners Foundation is proud to support this initiative, which will run through July 6th in Los Angeles and then head to New York.

Events / 2.13.2018

8th Annual Audi Ajax Cup

Steel Sports

The Steel Sports Kids First Ski Team took part in the 8th Annual Audi Ajax Cup on December 30 in Aspen, Colorado. The event is the Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club’s largest fundraiser of the year. Steel Partners Foundation’s donation helped make the event possible, and all of the young athletes had a fun day competing on the slopes. In the photo above, 2010 Olympic gold medalist and two-time overall World Cup champion Bode Miller joins the Steel Sports Kids First Ski Team.

Events / 10.13.2017

Proud To Help @ BETHENNY

People Magazine

One week after her trip to Mexico to aid victims of the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake, Bethenny Frankel is on the move again.

The Real Housewives of New York City star — who is currently recovering from skin cancer removal surgery with 12 stitches on her face — traveled to Puerto Rico to help Hurricane Maria victims.

“This is a forgotten island,” she tells PEOPLE. “People have been living on their roofs for 13 days. It is like nothing I have ever seen. People’s entire homes and cars are immersed in mud, the likes I’ve never seen.”

For More Information On How To Help/Donate:

http://www.bethenny.com/bstrong/