An avid softball player in her hometown of Paramus, New Jersey, Katie wanted to share her love of softball by collecting softball and baseball equipment to donated to PIFBS for her 2018 school service project. Katie collected equipment in her community and did a wonderful job! She set up collections at a local training center […]
In our Stories section, you can find powerful anecdotes from kids and leagues that have collected gear to donate to PIFS as well as from kids and leagues that have received gear from PIFS.
Over the past several years, the Kimmell Baseball/Softball league has only had the budget for one softball team. In 2018, they had an overwhelming interest in the softball program with 23 girls coming out for the team, including Madisynn. because of the donation from PIFS, Kimmell Softball was able to shift funds around allowing them […]
The Zembo Team, a member of Beckum Stapleton Little League, was generously supported by the Milwaukee Brewers this year with brand new gear in the inaugural year of a partnership with PIFB/S. The Zembo team went on to win the Beckum Stapleton Little League championship for the first time in seven years. Coach Robert Stokes […]
Located in Nigeria, Ekiti Kete Little League Baseball and Softball Association was faced with having to cancel their 2017 season due to a lack of equipment. Luckily, they found Pitch In For Baseball & Softball and submitted a request for equipment. PIFB/S was able to provide the league with over $1,600 worth of equipment including […]
When Daulton Zeaman received photos from the Bahamas of a child playing with the baseball glove he had grown up using, he knew he was doing something special. Daulton understood that he was doing a good deed by organizing a collection drive to send baseball and softball equipment to underprivileged youth, but seeing another kid […]
As he approached the date of his bar mitzvah, in addition to the hours of studying, practicing his Torah portion, and balancing the every day demands of seventh grade, Matthew Furst wanted to find a way to help underprivileged kids play baseball and softball. Part of the Jewish tradition of the bar and bat mitzvah, […]
“Collecting used baseball equipment started in my family in 2009 when my older brother was a sophomore in high school. My parents asked him to think of a way he could help others in some way. He incorporated his love for baseball in this challenge. Realizing the amount of baseball equipment no longer used in […]