CARLOS BELTRAN FORMER METS, AND YANKEES, BASEBALL PLAYER HOSTS “BRIDGEHAMPTON BENEFIT” FOR PUERTO RICO

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Bridgehampton Benefit will honor Carlos Beltran--and raise fund to help Puerto Ricans who are still struggling from the devastation from Hurricane Maria
Photo: Event Flyer\Rick Eberle

Tonight, 7\27, there will be a Bridgehampton Benefit in honor of former Mets, and Yankees, baseball player Carlos Beltran. The event will also serve as a fundraiser to support "Operation Rise-Up an initiative "to help Puerto Rico receive much needed medical care after the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria on their hospitals’ infrastructure."

The event will be held from 6: 00 to 11:00 PM at the Southampton Art Center, at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton NY.

 

Attendees will include:

-Carlos Beltran (Former MLB Baseball star for NY Mets, Yankees)

-Jack Brewer (Former NY Giant and co-host of Fox Business News)

-Andres Torres (Former NY Met, San Francisco Giants World Series Champ)

-Jose Reyes (Former NY Met)

-Victor Martinez (former MLB baseball Player Indians/Red Sox/Tigers)

-Chris Roach (CBS Kevin Can Wait) -Rohan Marley (Bob Marley’s son)

-Neil deGrasse Tyson (American Astrophysicist, Author, Scientist)

-Samantha Cole (Pop singer/songwriter)

-Brooke Moriber (Broadway Actress, Singer/Songwriter)

-Helen Matsos (Producer)

-Chuck Nice (Stand-up Comic)

-Sammi Rae & Los Vegas (Reggaeton Duo)

Born in Manati, Puerto Rico, Carlos Beltran, know for his impressive career as a Major League Ballplayer and widely known for his tremendous humanitarian work, has personally funded and continues to support, relief efforts in his hometown.

The Carlos Beltran Foundation (Fundacion Carlos Beltran) (CBF) donated $1 million to Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricane Maria and helped raise nearly $400,000 more through an online charity drive.

It has been over a year, but much is still needed. This need is the heart of our mission as we continue to help Puerto Rico “Rise Up”.

Roughly over a year since Hurricane Maria ripped across Puerto Rico, the island's healthcare infrastructure appears to still be years away from recovery. The Carlos Beltran Foundation (The CBF) is a non-profit organization focused on the revitalization of Puerto Rico through disaster relief, education and sports, has planned this long-term project to work with struggling hospitals in the hardest hit areas to provide support where it is needed the most.

Bridgehampton Equities Founder Jason E. Zimmerman brings you the Bridgehampton Benefit, an annual celebrity driven charity event. Jason E. Zimmerman, an avid philanthropist, has cultivated the Bridgehampton Benefit to promote humanitarian organizations and to help raise awareness for charitable institutions by organizing and hosting this exclusive charity event in the Hamptons. The Carlos Beltran Foundation will help save and change as many lives as possible while aiding in the “Rise-Up” of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Together, we can make great things happen .

All revenues from this Benefit will go to support this humanitarian effort.

For additional information, please visit www.bridgehamptonbenefit.com

About Carlos Beltran, Founder of Carlos Beltran Foundation: The former professional baseball outfielder. He played in Major League Baseball from 1998 to 2017 for the Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees, and Texas Rangers.

About the Carlos Beltran Foundation: CBBAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to realizing the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy’s educational programs and priorities through financial, volunteer, and community support. Its primary objective is raising funds for the CBBA so that it can continue to offer exemplary academic and sports education to the youth of Puerto Rico. In other words, the Foundation raises the funds necessary to support the CBBA’s mission and objectives sustainably. The funds raised by the CBBA Foundation support the following: academic curriculum, college counseling and placement, facilities maintenance and improvements, the sports and athletic program, gymnasium, daily transportation to and from the institution, pool, Technology, including computers, software , Wi-Fi, personal counseling, extracurricular activities, etc. Each student benefits in some way from the generous donations made to the Foundation. The Carlos Beltran Foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit 66-0726399.

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