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Funding

Since 1926, Hamel Baseball has formed a proud tradition of bringing America's pastime to our community youth and teaching them not only the fundamentals and right way to play the game of baseball, but more importantly how to be better people through responsibility, encouragement, and respect. 

With that tradition, the success of our Hamel Baseball program has recently brought tremendous growth, exciting changes, and new challenges that face our organization now and into the future.

And in this time of great change, Hamel Baseball looks to the foundation of it's historic success... our community and families.

Please take a moment to review our corporate and individual giving campaign options that have been put together to make sure that Hamel Baseball is the best it can be.

PLEASE NOTE:  Hamel Athletic Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and financial support may be tax-deductible.

Capital Improvement Fund

The Hamel Baseball Association has initiated a capital improvement fund to help raise our share of lighting two fields.  In addition, funds will be used to add irrigation, scoreboards, battings cages, and overall field improvements.

These improvements will allow Hamel Baseball to accommodate more practices and games as well as the ability to host local and regional baseball tournaments.

Hamel Baseball is asking area businesses and civic organizations for their continued generous support for this fund.

Please download the PDF brochure below to find out more about the Capital Fund and it's options.

Personal Donations

Hamel Baseball is a non-profit organization that relies solely on the support of our families and community for its success.

Please consider making a tax-deductible* donation to the Hamel Athletic Club and help our organization become the best it can be.

(*) Please consult with your tax advisor/accountant for charitble contribution deductions.

For more information or questions regarding fundraising or the Hamel Baseball Capital Improvement Fund, please contact Jason Prondzinski, HERE.