Proceeds benefit Big League Impact Foundation
Based on 78 wins, each worth $208.29
Baseball has given them so much. The game they love has provided for their families and given them an outlet to make an impact on the lives of people in need.
For that reason, this season, they will be taking the field to win games for the loyal Twins fans who have supported them through thick and thin, and they will also be taking the field to impact a community in Haiti. Through their on-field performances, they will be building a high school in a region of Haiti called Ferrier Village. Their Big league Impact efforts will go directly to Help One Now, as they bring hope through education and investments in the individual dreams of families.
Kyle is donating $100 for every strikeout or win that he records. Dozier is donating $500 for every home run he hits. Duke is donating $200 for every person he K’s for the Twin Cities this year. LOMo is donating $501 (Yes, that is intentional) for every home run he hits. And, you are invited to join them. Take the mound, stand in the batter’s box or do your own thing (Pledge for team wins).
You can join them by pledging a donation for every win this season.
Haiti is the third poorest nation in the world and the work that Help One Now is doing down there is bringing hope through education and investing in the individual dreams of families.
Our goal in 2018 is to raise a combined $340,000 to build a 20 classroom high school. This school will allow the young people who can only dream of a higher education to graduate from high school and be prepared for college.
I believe that one way to eliminate poverty is to raise the education level in poor countries and encourage the young people to stay home and be the future leaders of their communities.
Every dollar that we raise through Big League Impact this year will go directly to Help One Now to begin building this school.
This campaign benefits
Helping meet basic human needs in an effort to restore dignity and hope to people in the local community and around the globe.
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