The Bullpen Project: Hurricane Harvey Fundraiser

The Bullpen Project: Hurricane Harvey Fundraiser Photo

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The Bullpen Project: Raising Money for Victims of Hurricane Harvey

The Baseball United Foundation is teaming up with baseball teams, leagues, and training centers to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey. We call it The Bullpen Project.


We are asking all interested amateur baseball leagues, teams, coaches and training centers to commit to raising $100. If you represent a baseball organization or if you’d like to start fundraising on behalf of your local high school team, Little League, etc., please contact us by filling out the form on this page.

  • Little Leagues
  • High School Baseball Teams
  • Training Centers
  • Baseball Camps


If you’d like to help, please fill out the contact form on this page. We will be in touch to discuss the process, but basically this is what will happen:

  • We will set you up with a fundraising page for your team/league
  • We will give you some tips on how to get the word out to your family, friends, teammates, and neighbors
  • People will donate to your page
  • We will disburse the funds raised to the charities doing good work in the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey

Where Does the Money Go?

Money raised will go to charities working to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, including the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Americares, Catholic Charities, All Hands Volunteers and local food banks. 

What Is the Bullpen Project?

The Baseball United Foundation started the Bullpen Project during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. By teaming up with former Red Sox minor league catcher Jayson Hernandez and MLB star Todd Frazier, we were able to raise over $20,000 to help victims in NJ.