Cardinals Care Spring 2016 Grant Ceremony

Cardinals Care, the official non-profit arm of the St. Louis Cardinals, was established to give fans a way of teaming up with Cardinals players and the organization to help children in our community – both on and off the baseball field.  Since it was established in 1997, Cardinals Care has invested over $21 million to support St. Louis area children, and has built 21 youth ball fields in local under-resourced neighborhoods.

Twice per year, Cardinals Care distributes grants to area non-profit organizations that support local youth during a ceremony held at Busch Stadium. During this year’s Spring grant ceremony, held on May 4th at Busch Stadium, Cardinals Care distributed over $130,000.00 to 64 area non-profit groups! Team President Bill DeWitt III and Vice President of Community Relations & Executive Director of Cardinals Care Michael Hall were on hand at the ceremony, as well as Cardinals outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to invest in our community partners, and we look forward to our continued efforts in making a positive difference in our community!

To learn more about Cardinals Care Grants, please visit www.cardinals.com/grants.

List of Spring 2016 Cardinals Care Grant Recipients:

 

2000 Feet, Inc. Lift for Life Gym
Aim High St. Louis Loyola Academy of St. Louis
Almost Home Mt. Sinai Development Corporation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri National Council of Jewish Women – St. Louis Section
Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County Our Lady of Guadalupe
Burlington Area YMCA Peace For Kids
Burns Recovered Support Group Pemiscot County Initiative Network
Catholic Urban Programs Penuel Inc.
CHADS Coalition for Mental Health Ready Readers
Circle Of Concern Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support
Circus Arts Foundation Sherwood Forest Camp Inc.
Circus Harmony ShowMe Aquatics and Fitness
Covenant House Missouri Sister Thea Bowman Catholic School
Dental Health Theatre Inc. South City Open Studio and Gallery
Disabled Athlete Sports Association Southeast Missouri Food Bank
Elizabeth Ann Seton Program SouthSide Early Childhood Center
Exceptional Equestrians of the Missouri Valley Inc. Springboard to Learning
Eye Care Charity of Mid-America Sprog
Faith That Works St. Cecilia School and Academy
Friends of The Kathy J. Weinman Shelter for Battered Women Inc. St. Frances Cabrini Academy
Giant Steps of St. Louis Inc. St. John Community Improvement Corporation
Girls in the Know St. Louis Area Women Religious Collaborative Ministries
Good Shepherd Catholic School St. Louis Bereavement Center for Young People
Grace’s Place Crisis Nursery St. Louis County Police Athletic League
Harambee Youth Training Corporation Support Dogs Inc.
Helmets First Team Central Gymnastic Academy
Humansville Booster Club The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Illinois State Dental Society Foundation Trailnet Incorporated
Jonesboro City Stars Booster Club TREE House of Greater St. Louis
LCMS National Housing Support Corporation U.S. VETS – Missouri
Lemay Child and Family Center Whole Kids Outreach Inc.
Leu Civic Center Wild Canid Survival and Research Center

 

Cardinals Care Grant Ceremony hosted by Dan McLaughlin at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri on May 4, 2016. Jeremy Hazelbaker was the guest Cardinal in attendance along with Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III and V.P. Michael Hall.

Cardinals Care Grant Ceremony hosted by Dan McLaughlin at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri on May 4, 2016. Jeremy Hazelbaker was the guest Cardinal in attendance along with Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III and V.P. Michael Hall.

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