MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation 

MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation (the “Foundation”) is a joint initiative between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. It was created to increase participation in and expand access to youth baseball and softball. The Foundation makes grants to organizations in the United States and internationally.

Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), USA Baseball and the Atlanta Braves have announced the re-branded Hank Aaron Invitational, which will add new elements to the effective approach of the former "Elite Development Invitational." The unique amateur development event will serve as a youth-oriented, on-field diversity initiative that aims to get high school-age players, with diverse backgrounds, to the next levels of the game.

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Aaron

Invitational

Rookie

Career Development

The RCDP is joint venture between the Major League Baseball Players Association and the Commissioner’s Office, and the Players designated by their Clubs to attend the program are generally those that they believe will spend their first significant amount of time in the major leagues in the upcoming season.

The “Healthy Relationships Community Grant” Will Fund Organizations Providing Critical Services to Vulnerable Populations and Those Affected by Domestic Violence.

Healthy

Relationships

Community Grant

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