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Melbourne Aces & Melbourne IVF - Become an everyday hero
12/21/2016 8:38 PM ET
 

Melbourne Aces and Melbourne IVF - Become an everyday hero. Donate sperm today, partnership.  
 
The Melbourne Aces, Melbourne's only professional baseball team, welcome Melbourne IVF as naming rights partner for our annual Heroes Game event on 19th of January 2017.
 
Each year Melbourne Ballpark hosts members of our armed forces, emergency services, police, fire fighters, ambulance officers, nurses and other community heroes to a baseball game which honours their achievements. This year we welcome another type of hero - the Everyday Hero - to appeal to ordinary men to do an extraordinary act to help others create the gift of life
 
"Donating sperm is a generous act that will enable others to fulfil their dream of having a family. For many individuals and couples, using donor sperm is their only chance of having a family," said Dr Lyndon Hale, Medical Director of Melbourne IVF.  
 
"In Australia, sperm donation is an altruistic act with no payment other than reasonable expenses being reimbursed to the donors. Many of our donors know a close friend or family member who has suffered from infertility and this experience has motivated them to help others in similar situations.
 
Victoria is experiencing a shortage of sperm donors and Melbourne Aces are thrilled to partner Melbourne IVF - become an everyday hero, in their drive to create awareness about the program. 
 
The Melbourne Aces Heroes Night is on Thursday the 19th of January 2017, when the top of the table Melbourne Aces take on the Adelaide Bite, game starts 7pm.
 
Come out to Melbourne Ballpark on 19th January 2017 and be prepared to suit up like your favourite superhero. 
 
Tickets are available on www.melbourneaces.com.au 
 
To find out more about Sperm Donation contact Melbourne IVF 1800 111 483 - www.mivf.com.au 

 

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.