The American Cancer Society and Minor League Baseball have teamed up for the Hope At Bat program –a fundraising and awareness campaign in support of cancer research. All funding raised through the Hope At Bat program will support ACS’s cancer research efforts.
The Hope At Bat initiative is designed to increase overall cancer awareness and raise critical funds for cancer research, while positively impacting the fan experience and community connectivity at MiLB stadiums across the country. All 120 MiLB Clubs are invited to join in the effort to partner with the American Cancer Society by raising awareness and charitable donations for cancer research. Hope At Bat also aims to educate fans about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, as well as the importance of age-appropriate cancer screenings.
By engaging and working with all levels of the greater baseball and softball community, Hope At Bat seeks to unite youth leagues in the effort to raise funds and awareness about the benefits of healthy and active lifestyles, screening and early detection. Whether you are a coach, parent, player, umpire, or tournament director – getting involved is easy! Connect with us to learn more about how your local leagues can get involved in Hope At Bat.