The Cleveland Browns Foundation is pleased to annually offer the Tickets for Kids program. Season-ticket holders who are unable to use their Browns tickets can help create an opportunity for a deserving child from a Northeast Ohio charitable organization to attend a Browns game by donating the tickets to the Tickets for Kids program.
In 2012, through the generous donations of season-ticket holders, the Browns Foundation was able to provide nearly 95 local charitable organizations tickets for the children they serve to attend a Browns game.
Donors to the Tickets for Kids program are entitled to receive a tax deduction for the face value of each ticket they donated. The tax letters are sent to the season-ticket account holder on record at the conclusion of the season.
How to get involved:
If you are associated with a Northeast Ohio charitable organization and would like more information on how to register for the Tickets for Kids program, please contact the Cleveland Browns Foundation at 440-891-5000.
To download the 2013 Tickets for Kids application, please click here.
Please note, non-profit organizations must submit this form annually to be considered and tickets will be distributed to non-profit organizations on a first-come, first-served basis. The program does not guarantee your organization will receive tickets this season.
Season-ticket holders wishing to donate tickets can do so by visiting the Cleveland Browns Locker Room or by mailing the tickets to:
Cleveland Browns Foundation
c/o Tickets for Kids
76 Lou Groza Blvd
Berea, OH 44017
* Please note the deadline for season-ticket holders to donate tickets is noon three business days prior to the respective game day.