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This kid's glove is made of CARDBOARD







  

SPRING BREAK DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BASEBALL MISSION - MARCH 8-15, 2014  NEED YOUR HELP!

Look closely at this kid's glove…It's made of cardboard, that's right cardboard!

You can help this kid and others in the D.R. play with real gloves and balls!

These kids play with cardboard gloves and baseballs made with rocks wrapped in tape because they love the game and can't afford the equipment...

Founder David Fantin is heading to the Dominican Republic with his family and is hand-carrying equipment donations to children in the land of baseball.  He has virtually everything  but needs FIELDING GLOVES and BASEBALLS.  

A new glove or a dozen baseballs costs about $40.  You can hit the donate button below and buy some needed baseball fielding gloves and balls!  Any donation amount is appreciated..

Monetary donations are tax deductible!

Hit the Donate Button...thanks!


"...On the seventh day, 

God rested...and played baseball..."

Welcome to Baseball Gives Back of Global Sports Foundation, an IRS 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit public charity. Through a love and passion for baseball, our mission is twofold:

1. We provide gently used and new baseball equipment for underprivileged children and adults in the U.S and the world. The pictures throughout this website are some of the recipients of those generous donations.

2. We also do special events such as charity baseball games as the Midniight Madness Baseball Marathon to raise funds for an individual who is suffering from an illness, such as ALS or cancer. The net proceeds go to the family to help with medical bills or mounting living expenses, due to their ailment.  

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2011 MIDNIGHT MADNESS MARATHON BASEBALL GAME NEWS REEL- KPRC Channel 2

 

 

   
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"Changing Lives Through the Love of the Game"

 



(Click image for video)
Founder David Fantin selected Hometown Hero by the Houston Astros for charitble work- throws out the first pitch (for a strike) at Minute Maid Park.  2011 Midnight Madness Marathon recipient Ariel Leal, age 9, afflicted with brain cancer joins Dave on the field.


Click image to watch Hometown Hero TV interview with founder David Fantin on KPRC Channel 2 Houston.

 

WIFFLE BALL BEING PLAYED IN TORO, UGANDA FOR THE FIRST TIME!  DONATED BY GLOBAL SPORTS FOUNDATION.  DELIVERED TO SMILE AFRICA BY FRIEND AND MISSIONARY MARTHA AURIEMMA

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PREFERRED SHIPPER FOR GLOBAL SPORTS FOUNDATION:

Eagle Postal Center of the Woodlands

594 Sawdust Rd  
The Woodlands, TX 77380
(281) 364-1160
http://www.eaglepostalcenter32.com

Great customer service and rates!

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This website is dedicated to all those who suffer or have suffered from MD, MS, cancer and ALS...especially in memory of Bobby Vincent, our first Midnight Madness recipient who passed away from ALS, and my fellow Orioles Fantasy Campers, Jim Coan (cancer) and Drew Miller (ALS).

                                                    
Ray Lammie with his wife Barbara                     Dave with Michael Goldsmith @ Doubleday Field  Cooperstown 2009

The creation of this website was inspired through the untimely loss of friends Ray Lammie and Michael Goldsmith.  Ray created the Eli Barken Charity Events before he passed away from a multi-bout fight with cancer.  Michael, who passed away from ALS,  brought much needed attention to ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), by convincing Major League Baseball to have an ALS Awareness Day and Charity created on July 4, 2009, the 70th Anniversary of Gehrig's moving speech at Yankee Stadium.  
Ray and Michael were humanitarians, avid baseball players and fans; they are sorely missed...

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