NJM Insurance Group donates $50 to a local charity for every Thunder run scored at all home games as part of the Safe at Home Program.
The Super 50/50 allows non-profit organizations to sell raffle tickets at all Thunder home games as well as raise awareness for their cause.
S.L.A.M. Week (Supporting Local Admirable Missions) is a new week-long initiative highlighting individuals and groups worthy of recognition.
The Thunder partnership with NorthStar Vets is aimed at raising awareness for homeless dogs through the “Dog of the Day” program.
Good Deed Day is a pregame event where fans make donations to a group of community non-profits as they arrive for the game.
Team up with the Thunder for a fun, educational-based program featuring Boomer and Cloudman and designed to help students learn and excel in school!
Cloudman is always looking for hometown heroes to honor in front of Thunder fans during the 7th inning of every home game.
Each season, the Thunder team up with local businesses to provide tickets for children to enjoy a professional baseball game when they might not ordinarily be able to do so.
For each ticket plan purchased during the holiday season, the Thunder donate tickets back to local organizations.
The Thunder are proud to support organizations that enhance the educational opportunities and quality of life for children as well as programs that support the betterment of the local community in general.
Grand Slam We Care Foundation Mission
With the inception of the Trenton Thunder in 1994 came a commitment from the organization to be a part of the community in which it was established.
The Thunder have lived up to this commitment with the Grand Slam We Care Foundation, a 501(c)3 charity, which at the conclusion of the 2021 season, had donated over $8 Million worth of goods, services, and monetary donations, through a variety of community programs.