Sharing The Game of Baseball

The Baseball United Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charity that provides support for the development of baseball programs in places where the game is not traditionally played.

In short, our mission is to share the game of baseball.

As part of the Baseball Exchange Program, the foundation regularly sends equipment overseas to youth baseball programs and brings talented young players to America to participate in instructional baseball camps. Beginning in 2016, our Let’s Play Ball initiative will provide plastic bats and balls to schools, so that kids can learn the basics of baseball in physical education classes.

The foundation also does similar work in the United States. In 2012, the Bullpen Project was created to use baseball for good causes. The first Bullpen Project raised over $20,000 to assist residents in Monmouth County, NJ who were hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy.