Baseball is America's pastime. It shouldn't come as any surprise that a day out to the ball park with your family makes a great memory, especially when your family is facing the challenge of childhood cancer.
Since the Youth Cancer Baseball Tour started in 2010, more than 500 kids/families have gone to MLB games. Last year, they went to Pittsburgh, Denver, Arizona, Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Diego.
This year, the group's dream is to go to all 30 MLB ball parks.
Kids with cancer and their families deserve a day of joy and memories at one of these great MLB parks. For every $2,000 raised in 2016, the group secures a ballpark for 25-30 kids/families to cover game tickets, food, parking and souvenirs for each family.
If you would like to donate to this great cause, click here.