Through 50/50 raffles, fundraising tickets, group outings, charity raffles, game-used auctions, and other game-day fundraisers, the Blue Jays helped raise over $40,000 for local charities at the ballpark during the 2018 season!
For the health and safety of our fans, staff, and players, TD Ballpark, including the Jays Shop and Baycare Box Office, will be closed for a minimum of two weeks. During this time, we will not be participating in any community events until further notice. Any community requests placed at this time will NOT be processed until operations resume. Thank you for your cooperation.
Featured Community Initiatives
The Blue Jays Seventh Annual Charity Bowling Tournament is scheduled for July 18, 2020 at 11 AM to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay. Through the previous six tournaments, the event has raised over $55,000 to help local familes. Please come back to the page as the event gets closer to sign up!
To promote literacy skills in young students, Blue Jays players and mascot DJay visited over 1,500 students with 17 local elementary schools participating in the 2019 Bookin' It to the Ballpark Reading Program. Students set a new program record by reading over 177,000 minutes!
During the 2018 season, the Blue Jays provided $4,125 in scholarships to fund youth baseball programs in Pinellas County, helped raise over $5,000 for local Little Leagues through ballpark fundraising, and donated over 350 hours of field availability.