Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, Enchant Partner to Support Young Athletes
By Office of Communication
Posted on November 30, 2018, November 30, 2018


The Texas Rangers and The Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation launched their end-of-year giving campaign this week.

This year, Enchant has partnered with the Rangers Foundation, contributing a dollar-for-dollar matching gift for all funds raised up to $20,000 as part of the campaign. Enchant, which features the world's largest Christmas light maze, opened on the field at Globe Life Park in Arlington on Friday, Nov. 23 and will run through Sunday, Dec. 30.

"On behalf of the thousands of kids who will benefit from the generosity of Enchant, Elvis Andrus, and Rangers fans who support this campaign, thank you for giving during this holiday season. Your generosity helps us impact kids at the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy at Mercy Street Sports Complex, presented by Toyota, and helps us support kids across the Rangers five state territory," said Karin Morris, Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation executive director.

Selecting a donation amount for year-end-giving may be done through an online gift catalog, enabling fans to donate towards tangible items. Items will be geared toward benefitting athletes at the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy at Mercy Street Sports Complex, Presented by Toyota.

Donations may be made towards:

  • Youth Academy RBI uniform for one athlete - $25
  • New baseball glove for Academy participant - $50
  • Baseballs or softballs for instruction at the Youth Academy - $100
  • Cost of one month of programming expenses for a Youth Academy participant - $250
  • One tablet computer for educational program use at the Youth Academy - $500
  • Fund one semester for one of the Texas Rangers Foundation Scholarship programs - $1,000

The program runs through the end of the year. For more information or to make donations, visit texasrangers.com/donate.

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