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COMPASSION • COMMITMENT • COMMUNITY



Established in 1997, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation focuses its efforts on three main areas of need: homelessness, indigent healthcare and children's programs of all types, including education and youth baseball field development. In addition, the Foundation has created strategic programs that address the needs of our community including veterans, police, teachers, and firefighters - just to name a few. To date, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation have made charitable contributions totaling more than $45 million to non-profit organizations from across Arizona.

EDUCATION INITIATIVES

D-BACKS SCHOOL CHALLENGE

D-backs School ChallengeIn 2012, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation partnered with the University of Phoenix to launch the D-backs School Challenge, a statewide grant program that challenged public, private and charter schools to "make their best pitch" for a $5,000 grant. The charitable grants have helped schools from across the state with innovative programs such as vocational activities for special education students, digital sculpting for animation art classes, community gardens, after school fitness classes and much more. Through the School Challenge program, the D-backs have provided more than 120 schools with grants for an overall monetary commitment of more than $600,000 since the program launched in 2012. Visit dbacks.com/schoolchallenge to learn more.


MOST VALUABLE TEACHERS

D-backs School ChallengeThe Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and Alliance Beverage have partnered to develop the D-backs MVT Award to support the everyday heroes in our schools that are shaping the future for our community and our kids. Celebrating outstanding teachers and educators provides a perfect opportunity to recognize the best-of-the-best of our local teachers and acknowledge their commitment. Visit dbacks.com/mvt to learn more.


SCIENCE OF BASEBALL PROGRAM

Science of BaseballLaunched in 2013, the Arizona Diamondbacks Science of Baseball presented by Chase and Insight, is a series of programs and initiatives that promote the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The program provides a mechanism for elementary and middle school students to improve their academic performance. The goal is to translate the American love of baseball into an appreciation, understanding, and passion of the science and mathematics underlying the sport. This season-long program aims to engage and empower students with a university research-based curriculum, designed with College Professor and STEM Expert Ricardo Valerdi. To date, more than 6,000 students, 200 teachers, and 100 schools have participated in the program. Visit dbacks.com/scienceofbaseball to learn more.


BOBBY & BAXTER SHOW STEM EDITION

Bobby & BaxterTeam mascot D. Baxter and Team Organist Bobby Freeman entertain children at various schools throughout Arizona with a STEM-based and baseball-infused act that incorporates relevant messages into a delightful musical-variety show designed to communicate messages of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. In addition, Bobby & Baxter review the benefits in making great food choices and the importance of a healthy lifestyle to every day happiness. Learn more »


CHASE YOUR DREAMS

Chase Your DreamsThe Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and Chase joined forces to help revitalize struggling high school baseball and softball programs in Arizona. The "Chase Your Dreams" program provides financial support, equipment and supplies, facility improvements and field maintenance training to local high school baseball and softball programs. Visit dbacks.com/chaseyourdreams to learn more.


D-BACKS HELIOS SCHOLARS

Helios ScholarsIn 2012, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation, Helios Education Foundation and College Success Arizona teamed up to provide four-year college scholarships to Arizona High School seniors. The D-backs Helios Scholarship program represents a $1 million commitment to education for Arizona students in charitable support from the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and a $500,000 match from the Helios Education Foundation. The program targets students who have completed a college preparatory program, demonstrate academic strength and a compelling desire to attend college, with a priority given to students with limited financial resources. Watch highlights » .


TEAMING UP FOR EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

Teaming Up for EducationThe Arizona Diamondbacks, University of Phoenix & Paul Goldschmidt are teaming up to offer fans an opportunity to receive one of three full tuition scholarships to University of Phoenix. For more information, visit www.phoenix.edu/dbacks.


500 CLUB READING PROGRAM

500 Club Reading ProgramThe 500 Club Reading Program presented by University of Phoenix is a reading program that rewards students with complimentary D-backs game tickets. Visit dbacks.com/500club to learn more.


RODEL FOUNDATION OF ARIZONA

Rodel Foundation of ArizonaSince 2008, the D-backs and the Rodel Foundation of Arizona have teamed up to host and celebrate the contributions of thousands of Arizona's best teachers and principals at Chase Field during Rodel Educator Appreciation Nights. To learn more about Rodel Foundation of Arizona, visit them at www.rodelaz.org.


UNITED BLOOD SERVICES

United Blood ServicesThe Arizona Diamondbacks are honored to work with United Blood Services, sponsoring their High School Challenge Program and supporting their Save Our Summer Blood Drive. Each year, the D-backs host over 500 participating students at a D-backs home game for the United Blood Services High School Banner Night. The 10 high schools who collected the most blood donations throughout the year are honored on the field during a special ceremony. To learn more about United Blood Services, visit them at www.unitedbloodservices.org.


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