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Professional Baseball Scout FoundationProfessional Baseball Scouts Foundation | Learn more
The Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation (PBSF) was founded in 2003 by Chicago White Sox executive Dennis Gilbert, Arizona Diamondbacks executive Roland Hemond and MLB scouts Dave Yoakum (Chicago White Sox) and Harry Minor (New York Mets). The PBSF was established to help baseball scouts who have fallen on hard time due to job loss, illness, retirement or other setbacks.

 
Cubs CaresCubs Care, a fund of the McCormick Foundation | Learn more
The McCormick Foundation, through its fund Cubs Care, has granted more than $16 million to Chicago non-profit organizations since 1991. Contributions to Cubs Care are made through memorials, tributes and direct donations, as well as the proceeds from Chicago Cubs events. Net proceeds are matched 50 cents on the dollar by the McCormick Foundation. The Cubs and the Foundation also pay all administrative costs, so 100 percent of contributions, plus the match, are granted back to agencies helping those in need. The Cubs are extremely grateful to donors across the country for their contributions and continued support of Cubs charitable events each year.
 
Chicago White Sox CharitiesChicago White Sox Charities | Learn more
Chicago White Sox Charities (CWSC) presents a variety of special in-game programs at White Sox home games that serve as fundraisers. With the monies raised, CWSC provides financial support in the form of grants to qualified non-profit organizations serving children and families throughout the Chicagoland area.
 

Baseball Assistance TeamBaseball Assistance Team | Learn more
The Baseball Assistance Team's stated goal is to "help members of the baseball family who have come on hard times and are in need of assistance," and is guided by the principles of teamwork, caring, and sharing. The baseball family includes former players, both from the Major and Minor Leagues, former Negro League players, umpires, and team personnel. B.A.T. recognizes that "events and circumstances can become difficult and trying when the cheering ends," and aims to alleviate financial and medical hardships faced by former players.

 
 

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