"Water Safety Night with the Charleston Riverdogs"

Friday, May 18th, 2018

at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Charleston vs. Columbia, 7:05pm game

Come enjoy a Riverdogs game at the beautiful Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park stadium and support Water Safety Awareness Month and aid us in our ultimate goal to reduce the staggering number of drowning-related incidents and deaths that occur each year!

Help us get "Connor's Law" passed in the state of South Carolina! Drowning is the #1 leading cause of death for children ages 1-4; help us CHANGE these staggering statistics!  


(only 175 tickets available! Will sell out fast!)

With the purchase of a VIP ticket.... come join us in the NEW Riley Club Room from 5pm - 10pm at the stadium where Meet & Greets will take place with MLB ball players as well as a live auction, raffles, great food and open bar (beer and wine).  Meet & greet's from 5:30pm - 6:30pm along with the amazing talent of Matthew Furman - Celebrity Magician. 

General Admission tickets: $10 per ticket (baseball game admittance only)

Meet & Greet with Atlanta Braves alumni Andruw Jones & Denny Neagle

More names to be confirmed.... 

Entertainment provided by the great CELEBRITY MAGICIAN, Matthew Furman!

Matthew Furman pictured with actor Bill Murray (owner of the Riverdogs). 

WATER SAFETY DAY with the Atlanta Braves WAS A SUCCESS! 






Thanks for your support for 2015's comedy night!



Thank you all SO much for coming out and supporting our cause on May 30th! We know it was a full house and we appreciate ALL of you! We hope you enjoyed yourself.

A big thanks to John Riggins for his time and effort, Frank Nicotero and Mark Eddie for bringing down the house with a GREAT show!

And don't forget, in the United States, over 5000 children will be hospitalized every year due to drowning and it remains the leading cause of death in children aged five and under.

By contributing to The Connor Cares Foundation, you help us further the education and training of lifesaving personnel and to set minimum standards of safety to reduce the annual number of drownings. In addition to donating defibrillators, the foundation aims to bring about awareness regarding water safety and drowning statistics, and educate the public through campaigns, fundraising, and training.

We will continue to actively work toward our primary goal of a safe world where drowning is no longer a leading cause of death and pools are made safer by providing education and encouraging all pools to follow a standard.






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The Connor Cares Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.  All donations are tax deductible.