Kids’ baseball league seeking used equipment

Written by on February 20, 2013 in Sports - No comments

Opening day is just around the corner for the 3rd season of the Southeast Schools Baseball League. This league was started by 1st District Councilman Jim Kraft’s office in 2011 with just 6 co-ed teams representing schools throughout Southeast Baltimore. The league expects to field 10 teams this season.

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Thanks in large part to donations from individuals, companies and organizations throughout the 1st District, Kraft’s office has been able to provide uniforms, equipment, and transportation each year at no cost to the participating schools or students.
In order to offer more schools the opportunity to participate in this league, Kraft’s office is seeking gently used youth baseball equipment—gloves, bats, balls, etc.—or monetary donations in the form of cash or check.

Please make checks payable to the Baltimore City Foundation with Southeast Schools Baseball League in the subject line. Checks can be mailed to 503 City Hall 100 N. Holliday Street Baltimore, MD 21202.

Please contact Jim Kraft’s office at 410-396-4821 to arrange the pick-up of any equipment donations.

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