Philanthropy

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On Sunday September 29, 2021 the North Texas Amateur Baseball League will hold its annual All Star Games benefiting the Scottish Rite for Children at Riders Field in Frisco, Texas. Riders Field  is home to the Frisco RoughRiders, Double A affiliate of the Texas Rangers and is consistently ranked as one of the best ballparks in America.  We are very excited about the ongoing partnership with the RoughRiders.  


The North Texas Amateur Baseball League (NTABL) and Scottish Rite for Children continue to thank you for your generous contributions to the hospital's mission to provide treatment for children with orthopedic conditions, sports injuries and fractures, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia, regardless of a patient's ability to pay. 

Participation by league members in the event is voluntary and up to each individual team.  This year teams raised money through ticket sales and soliciting donations from friends, family and business associates.  Donations come from small businesses and large corporations from all over the globe as well as league membersEach game is complete with a ceremonial first pitch thrown out by a hospital patient, along with his/her family, national anthem and post-game MVP recognition.  All patients receive a game ball as well as autographed baseballs from both teams. So far the league has raised nearly $150,000 to help kids (and families) heal. If you missed out, you can add more or encourage your company to donate and maybe we can do more. Please go to http://community.tsrhc.org/NTABL_Donation ASAP. Share too!!

For those of you who sponsor the event each year,  please accept our heartfelt thanks and, if we could be so bold, please add our Charity All Star Game to your annual budgets! For those of you who donated individually you are AMAZING and if you need anything to help get matching from your company or want other information please reach OUT TO Scottish Rite for Children Development office. at https://scottishriteforchildren.org/get-involved/sponsor-events.

Finally, if you need anything from us: receipt for taxes, a tour of the hospital or more info on playing ball and our charity efforts at the NTABL please let us know and we will GET IT DONE!

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Past Projects
The NTABL emphasizes philanthropy and social responsibility among its members. Each year we focus on a charity for fundraising and a volunteer event to allow our members to give back.  Below are the recent organizations, activities or events sponsored or co-sponsored by the NTABL

 
Volunteers and League Members
chip in for the annual Reverchon
Roundup.
Proud fundraisers for the  
Louisille Sluggers Warriors 

National Amputee Baseball Team

  Fundraising for the Texas
Scottish Rite
Hospital for Children
in
partnership with the
Frisco Roughriders
Dallas Fire and Rescue vs.
Dallas Police Department
for benefit game for The
Friends of Reverchon Park
House build with Habitat
for
Humanity in
partnership
with the Texas
Rangers
Playground builds in
Reverchon Park with
the Dallas Cowboys and
Kaboom!
Annual Golf Tournament
benefitting the Prostate
Cancer Foundation
Partnered with the City
of Dallas, TSRHC to
Clean up Reverchon Park
Partnered with Dr
Pepper, KidMania, the
City of Allen to build playgrounds
Partnered with the YMCA
of Metro Dallas to build
playgrounds
Provided baseball 
shirts for some of our
troops fighting overseas.
Players opened their homes 
and made room on their All Star
teams to PSO Chinese Youth
Baseball Exchange visiting the
US in a cultural and religious
exchange.

Partnered with the Texas
Airhogs to provide Boys and 
Girls Clubs of Arlington kids
and family a Summer-time
fun night at the Ballpark!

North Texas Amateur Baseball Foundation is headquartered in Dallas, TX, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 47-4454703. Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS NTEE classification code is N63, Baseball, Softball within the Recreation, Sports, Leisure, Athletics category. The IRS ruling year for tax exemption was 2015.

(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)



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