CLEVELAND, OH -- Throughout the holiday season, Bally Sports Ohio will be driving awareness and raising funds for two Northeast Ohio organizations in need: The Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

During this month-long “Holiday Cheers” campaign, presented by Dunkin’, fans tuning into Cavaliers broadcasts will have the opportunity to participate and support these two organizations. 

Throughout the Cavs telecasts on Dec. 1st (vs. MIA), 11th (SAC) and 22nd (BOS), the network will highlight the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, featuring information about the organization and offering viewers to participate in a virtual food drive.

Cavs telecasts on Dec. 6th (MIL), 15th (HOU) and 19th (ATL) will showcase the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio and viewers will be able to text to donate to the organization.

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The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is the largest hunger relief organization in Northeast Ohio having served more than 404,000 peoplein Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Ashland and Richland counties in 2020through both food distribution and SNAP outreach efforts. The Food Bank operates a community food distribution center, providing food and other critical grocery products annually to more than 1,000 local food pantries, hot meal programs, shelters, mobile pantries, programs for the elderly and other nonprofit agencies. The Food Bank provided almost 57 million pounds of food this year!

Boys & Girls Clubs provide safe, fun places for kids ages 6-18 to go after school. The Clubs focus on academic achievement, healthy lifestyles and character development. The Clubs’ youth development professionals provide programming that includes arts, athletics and homework help. Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio was formed in July 2019 by the merger of Clubs in Cleveland, the Western Reserve (Greater Akron), Lorain County and Erie County. The merger, one of the largest of its type in the nation, positioned BGCNEO to serve more kids in more places.