MiLB Teams are hard at work supporting their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic by providing donations, services, education, entertainment and more. Click Learn More for an up-to-date list of ways MiLB teams are supporting their communities.
Minor League Baseball Charities is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to giving back to and enhancing the communities our teams call home. Through donations and support it receives from fans, teams and partners, MiLB Charities is able to contribute to local organizations in times of need and support causes that are important to our extended baseball family. Minor League Baseball Charities is affiliated with The National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues, Inc.
MiLB CommUNITY First Campaign
In partnership with Feeding America, Minor League Baseball came together in May 2020 to raise funds for local food banks while honoring local heroes risking their lives on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. For every $10 donated through campaign, one ticket to a future MiLB game will be donated to a local hero.
The mission of Minor League Baseball Charities is to give back and to enhance communities that have supported our member clubs for over 100 years. When hardship strikes one of our member cities and surrounding communities, we will be there to provide a positive example that will impact the communities we live and work in.
MiLB Unlimited is a national disability inclusion initiative that strives to serve and empower individuals in our communities with all types of disabilities, including physical, intellectual and developmental.
Minor League Baseball Community Engagement
Please click the images below to view MiLB Community Reports from previous years that showcase the impact Minor League Baseball has on communities across the country.
Minor League Baseball Charity Partners
The mission of the Minor League Baseball Charity Partners Program is to provide national exposure for participating charities, expand current relationships between clubs and local chapters and to foster new relationships where none exist. The ALS Association and Big Brothers Big Sisters have been with the Minor League Baseball Charity Partners Program since its inception in 2004. The American Cancer Society is the newest addition to the program, joining in 2016.
In 2009, Ed Randall's Bat for the Cure was designated as a Homegrown Charity Partner, a special designation for programs that, in large part, have their roots traceable to Minor League Baseball. The BairFind Foundation, with the mission of finding missing children, was added as a Homegrown Charity Partner in 2016.
To learn more about each of these valued partners, click on their logos below.
Minor League Baseball and Minor League Baseball Charities thanks our corporate partners for their support: