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Ducks Warm Up with Sticks Wrapped in Orange Tape for Sunday's Game

Sticks will be autographed and auctioned to benefit OC Human Relations Council

by Ducks Staff / AnaheimDucks.com

In response to the tragic event in Orange this past week, during warm-ups of the game tonight (Sunday, April 4th), Ducks players used sticks wrapped in orange tape to show our love and solidarity for our community and that we support efforts to strengthen and build respect for all that live, work, learn and play in Orange County.  

Sticks will be autographed and auctioned Monday, April 5 from noon to 7 p.m. PT. To bid, text Ducks to 76278, or visit AnaheimDucks.com/ingameauctions

All proceeds from the auction will benefit OC Human Relations Council. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, OC Human Relations Council works to build a safe and inclusive community by fostering respect, resolving conflict and pursuing equality in Orange County. 

About OC Human Relations Council 
At OC Human Relations Council we're passionate about making Orange County a better place for all people to live, work, go to school and do business.  

Building community is not always easy, but we do it by fostering respect and mutual understanding, addressing bias and prejudice, resolving conflict and developing diverse leaders. 

Our expertise in addressing prejudice, discrimination and conflict through collaborative and inclusive efforts is the key to developing successful leaders. 

We guide, support, train and empower leaders of all ages from schools, neighborhoods, businesses, government, law enforcement, educational institutions and community groups. 

Living and working in a safe, inclusive and respectful community is good for our children, families, neighborhoods, schools and the local business community. Working across Orange County for nearly 30 years, OC Human Relations strives in: 

  • Creating safe and inclusive communities 
  • Developing diverse leaders among our youth and adults 
  • Mediating conflicts in our communities 
  • Building understanding and respect to eliminate prejudice, intolerance and discrimination 
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