It is more than America’s favorite past time.
Baseball is a powerful tool for youth development. It can foster character, cognitive skills, social skills, and self-confidence in youth from elementary school to college. Youth who play sports on a regular basis are more likely to complete high school and college.
Baseball can be instrumental to developing youth and our communities.
But the communities who need it the most have the least access.
2016 study conducted by TD Ameritrade found that more that most of the U.S. families surveyed were spending $100-$499 a month on youth sports with 20% spending $1,000 or more on youth sports (TD Ameritrade, 2016). Since 2016 the margin has only grown larger.
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BaseballGenerations Foundation is more than just a baseball program. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides expert-level baseball instruction, mentorship, life skills training and youth development in a way that is completely accessible to South LA youth. Our founders are from the neighborhoods that our programs serve. We provide players with the skills and character they need to succeed on the field and as the future leaders of our community.
100% of all money donated to BaseballGenerations Foundation will provide opportunities for underserved youth to participate in travel ball, camp, skills training, and mentorship activities to help them become better baseball players, active citizens within their local communities. Make a tax-deductible donation today and help to provide baseball opportunities for the youth!
BaseballGenerations Foundation is currently fiscally sponsored by Broome Family Foundation