Cedar Point gives back

The amusement park has given back more than $2 million to the community through its annual donation programs.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 12:53 PM

Cedar Point Press Release

SANDUSKY, Ohio, Nov. 27, 2018 – Each summer, Cedar Point provides all kinds of thrills for millions of guests from all over the world. On this Giving Tuesday, Cedar Point is proud to share that in addition to providing those thrills, it has given assistance to numerous schools, organizations, individuals and communities through its annual donation programs.

Through events like the Winter Chill Out off-season tour, Steel Vengeance First Rider Benefit, Coaster Campout and individual contributions of funds, park tickets and complimentary meals, Cedar Point has given back more than $2 million to the community.

Some of the beneficiaries of these partnerships include A Kid Again – Northern Ohio Chapter, the Boys & Girls Club of Erie County, City of Sandusky, Perkins High School, The LeBron James Family Foundation, Sandusky Teen Leadership Corps, United Way of Erie County and more.

“We recognize that in order for organizations within our community to fulfill their missions, they need support,” said Jason McClure, vice president and general manager of Cedar Point. “We will continue to partner with organizations in Northern Ohio to play our unique role in the community.”

Each January, organizations are welcome to apply for complimentary tickets (while supplies last) to be used for school fundraisers and special events. For more information on Cedar Point’s charitable programs and to apply, visit cedarpoint.com/community.