For Immediate Release
Contact: Chris Ciarlo
Reno, Nevada. Nov. 6, 2017. The Nevada Wolf Pack and the San Jose State Spartans will kickoff at 1 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 11, at Mackay Stadium for the annual Have a Heart Adoption Awareness Football Game.
The Washoe County Human Services Agency and University of Nevada Athletics are teaming up to celebrate National Adoption Awareness Month by inviting foster and adoptive families to join Pack fans for food and fun at the football game. Wolf Pack Women’s Basketball Head Coach and adoptive parent, Amanda Levens, will join families for an afternoon of festivities.
Fans are encouraged to support the Have a Heart Foster Care and Adoption Program and the Reno Rodeo Denim Drive by donating new jeans, socks, underwear or cash at the game. All donations will go toward helping children who have experienced abuse and neglect and have been placed in a shelter.
Learn how you can support local kids in simple ways like a day of mentoring, a small donation, or even volunteering your time by visiting www.HaveAHeartNV.org.
Tickets to the game against San Jose State can be purchased by visiting nevadawolfpack.com or calling 775-348-PACK.
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