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Annual Donation Totals
Year Total
2016 $
2015 $70,500
2014 $144,000
2013 $84,050
2012 $101,330
2011 $89,945
2010 $68,700
2009 $431,750
2008 $58,510
2007 $57,285
2006 $34,700
2005 $2,000
2004 $71,581
2003 $74,523
2002 $123,300
2001 $84,357
2000 $36,368
1999 $38,500
1998 $21,914
1997 $1,000
2003 Total Charitable Contributions $74,523
Negro League Reunion $7,500

Round Rock, TX reunion of 13 Negro League veterans

Jim "Catfish" Hunter ALS Foundation $250

The Mission of the Jim “Catfish” Hunter ALS Foundation is to assist patients and caregivers, thereby easing the burden of ALS and improving quality of life.

To learn more about Jim "Catfish" Hunter ALS Foundation, visit www.catfishfoundation.org

Burial Expenses for Negro League Veteran $Private

Burial of former Birmingham Baron who died destitute in Cincinnati

India Baseball Coaching Project $5,500

Travel to Southern India to coach and teach throughout Southern India (3 men)

India Baseball (Equipment Purchase) $680

Equipment and youth uniforms for shipment to India to begin playing baseball in the schools

India Baseball (Equipment Project to India) $580

Shipping over of equipment for the support of the start of baseball in schools throughout Southern India

Gold Crown Foundation $650

The Gold Crown Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity founded in 1986 by former NBA great Bill Hanzlik and Colorado business leader Ray Baker. The organization operates with a mission to provide opportunities and “Educate Youth and Community Through Sports and Enrichment Programs”. As the organization continues to grow, the Gold Crown Foundation anticipates providing more than 35,000 opportunities for girls and boys with our roster of programs in 2011. Participants from the Denver metro area, Colorado front-range, and Rocky Mountain region will participate in Gold Crown enrichment, basketball, volleyball, lacrosse and golf programs as well as baseball through Coca-Cola All Star Park. The Gold Crown Foundation owns and operates Coca-Cola All Star Park in Lakewood, Colorado – a premier youth baseball field modeled after historic Coors Field that was constructed in 1998 in conjunction with the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club. In October of 2003, the Foundation proudly opened the Gold Crown Field House. This 56,000 square-foot indoor facility, which houses many of Gold Crown’s indoor programs, allows us to greatly expand our enrichment programming and serve the community further.

To learn more about Gold Crown Foundation, visit www.goldcrownfoundation.com

"Best of In the Bleachers" Charity Rewards $3,100

Signed books donated by cartoonist Steve Moore to thank No Bats Baseball Club charity donors

Nolan Ryan Foundation $16,400

Civic programs including college scholarships for adults

The Nolan Ryan Foundation , a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was formed in Alvin, Texas in 1990. Nolan and Ruth generously give their time for signing and other fund-raising efforts that enable the Foundation to provide resources for youth, education, and community development.

To learn more about Nolan Ryan Foundation, visit www.nolanryanfoundation.org

Nolan Ryan Foundation $1,000

Additional sidebar donations to Nolan Ryan Foundation to support Foundation efforts

The Nolan Ryan Foundation , a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was formed in Alvin, Texas in 1990. Nolan and Ruth generously give their time for signing and other fund-raising efforts that enable the Foundation to provide resources for youth, education, and community development.

To learn more about Nolan Ryan Foundation, visit www.nolanryanfoundation.org

Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) $38,863

The primary objective of the Baseball Assistance Team is to aid those members of the "baseball family" most in need. B.A.T. strives to provide a means of support to people who are unable to help themselves. Through charitable contributions from corporations, foundations and individuals, B.A.T. is there to assist those with financial, psychological or physical burdens.

To learn more about Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.), visit mlb.mlb.com/mlb/official_info/community/bat_info.jsp

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