Capitals season ticket holder shares why he donated 50/50 raffle money to fight hate
2 monthes ago - By Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
The Washington Capitals announced Nov. 6 Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation would donate the team's half of the 50/50 raffle during the Penguins game to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Little did they know that donation would grow significantly, thanks to one selfless Caps season ticket holder.
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