On Giving Tuesday we wanted to share with you our list of incredible organizations we've teamed up with this year. By purchasing one of 30 selected prints, we are donating a portion of each sale to local charities across the country.
Check out our list below of nonprofits and which are in your area! In addition, for today only, $1 from every baseball print sold on our site will go to Project Main St., an organization that helps improve the quality of life for patients living with ALS.
Charity: Keep Punching - Supporting patients, healthcare providers, and researchers in their fight to prevent and eradicate brain cancer.
Print: Muhammad Ali & Baltimore Skyline
Charity: ToolBank - Serving community-based organizations with the tools, equipment and expertise to empower their most ambitious goals. Whether it’s a school playground, a community garden or an abandoned lot that needs some extra attention—their community partners have enough tools and equipment to focus on their important work in service to others.
Print: Ray Lewis
Charity: ALS Chicago - Seeking to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS in Central Illinois, Greater Chicagoland, and Northern Illinois.
Print: 2016 Cubs World Series
Charity: MACC Fund - This Milwaukee based nonprofit has been raising money for childhood cancer & blood disorders research since 1976 and to date has contributed nearly $70 million to finding a cure.
Print: Miller Park
Charity: We Are CP - Providing therapy and life skills services for babies, kids and adults with disabilities throughout Northeast Wisconsin.ding a cure.
Print: Lambeau Field
Charity: Friends of KC Animals - This Kansas City based nonprofit is a small, volunteer run charity that responds to veterinary emergencies, offering compassion and assistance to homeless animals and struggling pet owners who have nowhere else to turn.
Print: Arrowhead Stadium
Charity: Operation Breakthrough - Providing a safe, loving and educational environment for children in poverty and empowering their families through advocacy, emergency aid and education.
Print: Patrick Mahomes
Charity: All Rise Foundation - Aaron Judge’s nonprofit which inspires children and youth to become responsible citizens by engaging them in activities that encourage them to reach unlimited possibilities.
Print: Aaron Judge
Charity: Fiver - A comprehensive youth development organization that makes a 10-year commitment to children from underserved communities throughout New York City and central New York.
Print: 2007 New York Giants
Charity: Project Main St/Lou Gehrig Foundation - Both organizations support battling ALS
Print: Lou Gehrig
Charity: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center - A non-profit learning center & tribute to the life & career of the American icon, Yogi Berra. It ain't over.
Print: 1956 Yankees World Series
Charity: ALS Philadelphia - We've been working with Philly’s local ALS Association for years, ensuring they have prints at their annual Phillies Phestival event.
Print: Citizens Bank Park
Charity: Bee Foundation - Raising awareness of brain aneurysms and increasing funding for innovative research that changes lives.
Print: Things Philadelphians LOVE
Charity: Coaches Vs. Cancer - Coach Phil Martelli introduced us to this fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Print: The Palestra
Charity: Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation - Nationally acclaimed non-profit that uses the sport of hockey to educate and empower under-resourced youth of Philadelphia to prosper in the game of life.
Charity: Jaws Youth Playbook - Legendary QB & media personality Ron Jaworski’s charity which supports the overall health and wellness of at-risk youth in the Greater Philadelphia region.
Print: Philadelphia Eagles Championship Parade
Charity: First Tee Greater Philadelphia - Our US Open print was originally done to celebrate the 2013 event at Merion Golf Club, so it made sense to keep this local. Proceeds benefit First Tee Greater Philadelphia, a youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to our young people.
Print: US Open
Charity: FOP 5 Survivors Fund - The original Philadelphia Police art was donated to benefit the FOP 5 Survivors Fund, and a portion of all prints go to benefit them.
Print: Philadelphia Police
Charity: Penn State Alumni Association Philadelphia Chapter - The local chapter of the PSU Alumni Association
Print: Nittany Lion
Charity: Philabundance - They're a staple in the Philly area as well as the regions largest hunger relief organization.
Print: Boathouse Row, Liberty Bell, Pope and Philly Skyline
Charity: Rock to the Future - Providing music programs in a safe and supportive environment at no cost for Philadelphia’s youth.
Print: Rolling Stones
Charity: Students Run Philly Style - You may have seen the sea of blue shirts participating at the annual Broad Street Run each year. This Philly nonprofit pairs mentors with students to train and compete in such races.
Nationals Philanthropies - Uses baseball and softball as vehicles to foster positive character development, academic achievement, and improved health among youth living in underserved communities.
Print: 2019 Nationals World Series
Make A Wish - The local branch of the popular Make A Wish Foundation of Greater Virginia.
Print: 2018 Wasington Capitals Championship
Charity: ALS Association, MA Chapter - Chapter of the ALS Association, who serves over 300 families affected by ALS throughout the Commonwealth each year.
Print: 2013 Red Sox World Series
Charity: Clean Ocean Action - To improve the degraded water quality of the marine waters off the New Jersey/New York coast.
Print: Jersey Shore
Charity: Eric Lindros Celebrity Hockey Classic - This Philly legend holds an annual celebrity hockey tournament to benefit Easter Seals Ontario, who has been serving children and youth with physical disabilities since 1922.
Print: Eric Lindros
Charity: Midnight Golf - Renowned Detroit area non-profit, who is dedicated to equipping determined young adults through life skills training, proactive coaching, long-term mentoring and the discipline of golf in order to succeed in college, in their careers and beyond.
Print: Michigan Stadium
Charity: Miracle League South Hills - Creating an environment of acceptance for people with disabilities and their families, with baseball as the root, as they promote meaningful, authentic relationships that connect people on the field as well as in the community.
Print: Andrew McCutchen
Charity: Rex Foundation - Set up by members of the Grateful Dead & Friends to support creative endeavors in the arts, sciences, and education.
Print: Jerry Garcia
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