As part of their CMS RAVEN initiative, UPMC Community Provider Services is helping children and families have a brighter holiday season with Batch-A-Toys. Their group partnered with the Charlie Batch and the Best of the Batch Foundation to donate gifts and spread Christmas cheer! To learn more about Batch-A-Toys, click here.
Special thanks to the Dunkin Donuts Pittsburgh Team who came out to the Best of the Batch Foundation to support our Batch-A-Toys event! This group worked with Charlie Batch and the foundation team to wrap dozens of presents for children and families this holiday season. For more information about Batch-A-Toys, click here.
Thank you to the team of Best Buy volunteers who generously donated their time and energy to wrap presents for Batch-A-Toys! We are grateful for their continued partnership and support. For more information about Batch-A-Toys, please visit: BatchFoundation.org
Special thanks to the folks at MSA who came to Charlie's Clubhouse to help him wrap up some holiday cheer! The group wrapped dozens of presents that will be delivered to area families on Christmas Eve by Charlie and his wife, Tasha. For more information about Batch-A-Toys, go to: BatchFoundation.org
The 2018 Batch-A-Toys season is off to a great start, with volunteers from South University joining Charlie Batch to wrap dozens of gifts last Friday! Batch-A-Toys is a significant community program where the Foundation adopts more than 100 Allegheny County families and provides toys and essential household items (dishes, glassware, sheets, pots, etc.) More than 6,000 toys and household products are donated and wrapped by more than [...]
Today is Giving Tuesday, and Charlie Batch, his wife Tasha, the Best of the Batch Foundation team and dozens of volunteers gathered outside the U.S. Steel Building to collect toys for their annual "Batch of Toys" donations. "Our goal each year is to fill up this gift-shaped bounce house with presents for boys and girls in our community," Charlie said. "The turnout this year has been amazing. [...]
On Monday night, Nov. 12, 2018, Charlie Batch and his wife Latasha brought back the '90s at their Best of the Batch Foundation annual event, In the Pocket. Held at Nova Place on the North Shore, the event drew hundreds of sports fans eagerly awaiting their turn to play poker, pole, or ping pong with one of their favorite professional athletes. Steelers.com was there to cover all [...]
In a new video, Robert Morris University highlights Charlie Batch as a "Gridiron Graduate." Earlier this year, Charlie completed RMU's 10-month online master's in organizational leadership. He is quoted on RMU's website saying, "Completing my master’s was something I had always wanted to do." View Charlie's story on RMU's website and watch the new Gridiron Graduate video here!
On Friday, Charlie Batch and his team from the Best of the Batch Foundation visited George Washington Intermediate School to deliver dozens of BatchPack packpacks to all third-graders and their teachers. The school and students celebrated by waving paper footballs, wearing Pittsburgh Steelers shirts, and piping Steelers Superbowl songs through the hallways. The New Castle News was there to cover all the action. Read the full article here.
On Thursday, Charlie Batch was the featured keynote speaker at the Appalachian Basin Gas Processors Association's Regional Conference. Hosted at the DoubleTree Hotel-Meadow Lands, Batch spoke an audience of 100 professionals about being prepared for all situations. The event was covered by the Observer-Reporter of Washington County. Find the full article here.