Charlie talks with KDKA-TV Pittsburgh Today Live’s Kristine Sorensen about the annual “In The Pocket” Party that benefits the Best of the Batch Foundation. Watch it here!
IN THE NEWS
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says, Charlie Batch “gave an inspirational speech with his story of overcoming the low expectations,” at the GPLC Luncheon held on Oct. 17, 2014 at the Fairmont. Read the full story here.
Former EMU quarterback Charlie Batch, a 15-year NFL veteran, among more than 100 alumni insights on how to succeed in business. Read the article on EMU’s website here.
TDF Foundation Announces Initiative to Provide 25 Pittsburgh Familieswith Comcast’s Internet Essentials Service for One Year and a Computer
PITTSBURGH, PA (September 24, 2014) – Launched three years ago by Comcast, the Internet Essentials program helps close the digital divide by providing eligible families low-cost broadband service at home for $9.95 per month. Today, the TDF Foundation joined Comcast, U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle and former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch at the Estelle S. Campbell Boys & Girls Club in Lawrenceville to announce plans to provide Internet Essentials service for a year and a computer free to 25 local families.