Unforgettable Baseball Experiences

Experience Baseball was founded in 2013 out of appreciation for the baseball experience, grassroots community development, and thoughtful baseball fans.

Why Baseball?

As baseball fans, we believe there is a way to enjoy baseball and support passionate women and men that work to improve urban communities at the grassroots level. We created Experience Baseball for public benefit: to share the baseball game-day experience with fans and to support at-risk youth development in pro baseball cities across the U.S. and Canada.

Nonprofit Model

Through generous donations, we design safe, fun, educational VIP baseball game-day events for baseball fans and corporate groups at big league ball parks. With every game-day event, we support local community development organizations that work on the ground to improve young people’s access to health, education, and a vibrant economy in their home communities.

Community Network

We partner with leading baseball researchers, grassroots community organizations, and baseball fans and philanthropists to build a community network and culture of baseball philanthropy, community engagement, and local neighborhood development.

Quality Engagement

Events are planned for baseball fans and corporate groups. Special keynote addresses from leading baseball researchers explore incredible historical, biographical, and cultural stories about baseball. Events are fully catered and include exclusive seating at big league games. The result is an annual series of safe, fun, educational baseball game-day events that raise awareness and support for urban neighborhood development in every city home to professional baseball.

Grassroots Philanthropy

Baseball is all the more more meaningful in the historic and cultural ties it shares with communities of fans. All too often, diverse, high density baseball cities succumb to social challenges such as violence, underemployment, poor social health, industry outsourcing, underfunded schooling, and housing market redlining in urban neighborhoods closest to big league parks.

These challenges are real, existing barriers to community youth and to future baseball players, leaders, and fans.

We believe in helping those that help themselves. We believe local organizations are the most appropriate groups to determine and to respond to the challenges of their own communities. Experience Baseball respects communities’ rights to determine for themselves the needs that will impact their own future: the health, education, safety, and economic stability of their children and future generations.