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Take You Out to the Ball Game

The Albuquerque Isotopes are proud to offer our "Take You Out to the Ball Game" program to help eligible groups attend an Isotopes game, who may not have the opportunity otherwise. Companies and individuals wishing to donate to this program can purchase tickets at a discounted rate to be distributed by the Isotopes to organizations in need. Season ticket and mini-plan holders can also provide any unused season tickets or mini-plan tickets to be used for this program. Tickets will be donated to community groups at the Isotopes discretion.

Tickets can be dropped off at the Isotopes Park administrative offices, Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm or during home games at the Mattress Firm Guest Services Booth behind section 102.

For more information regarding this program, or to donate to the program, please contact the Isotopes at (505) 924-BALL or

CLICK HERE to submit a request.

Thank you to all of our generous season ticket holders and fans who donated to the 2017 program. You put smiles on so many faces in the organizations below:

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of NM
  • Animal Protection of New Mexico
  • Veteran Tickets Foundation
  • Casa Q
  • Community Options Inc
  • Casa Hermosa YDI
  • Temple Baptist
  • Vet Riders for Wounded Warriors
  • At Home Advocacy
  • YDI Amistad
  • La Familia Medical Center
  • Delancey Street Foundation
  • Sequoyah Adolescent Treatment Facility
  • ACCH
  • Singing Arrow Community Center
  • Family Works
  • Environmental Education Association of NM
  • Laguna Public Library
  • Highland Baptist Church
  • Epilepsy Support and Education Services
  • The Bair Foundation
  • Endorphin Power Company
  • State of NM CYFD
  • Phame Inc
  • Adullam Project
  • Casa Angelica
  • NDI New Mexico
  • UNM School of Engineering Summer Programs
  • PB & J Family Services
  • Steelbridge
  • Sagebrush CC Highland
  • YMCA of CNM
  • Grant Chapel AMQ Church
  • Amity Foundation New Mexico
  • Native Health Initiative
  • Santa Clara Pueblo Housing Authority
  • American Association of Women in Community Colleges
  • American Red Cross
  • Rio Arriba County Substance Treatment Outreach Prevention