THE ANGELS – The Los Angeles Dodgers, in partnership with the Commissioner’s Community Initiative (CCI) and the MLB & Player’s Give Back program, will be giving away more than 80,000 tickets to various community groups in the Los Angeles area during the 2022 season.
Throughout the year, the Dodgers are giving away 20,000 tickets through Kids 4 Dodger Baseball, 24,600 tickets to the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation for use in their Dodgers Dreamfields, Dodgers Dreamteam and LADF Gives program, and 38,733 CCI tickets, the largest number of tickets ever. distributed during the regular season.
“We are thrilled to be partnering again with the Commissioner’s Community Initiative and the MLB & Player’s Give Back program to provide tickets to those who may otherwise never get the chance to attend a Dodger game,” he said. Naomi Rodriguez, Vice President, External Relations. and Community Relations, Los Angeles Dodgers. “We look forward to welcoming everyone to Dodger Stadium.”
The Kids 4 Dodgers Baseball Youth Program is an all-encompassing game day experience for underprivileged youth from schools, youth centers, nonprofits, and similar organizations. Serving the greater Los Angeles area and reaching youth as far east as San Bernardino and Coachella Valley, the experience includes game tickets, round-trip transportation from Dodger Stadium, a K4DB t-shirt, and a meal voucher for concessions of the Dodger Stadium. Fans can register online for the program and will be notified when their group has been selected.
The Commissioner’s Community Initiative ticketing program aims to extend baseball’s reach to communities that might otherwise not have the opportunity to attend an MLB game. MLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association are supporting all 30 clubs through this initiative with the goal of providing a total of more than $2.5 million in ticket distribution to deserving communities throughout the league.
Additional information and applications can be found at mlb.com/dodgers/community/kids-4-dodgers-baseball.