Angels Baseball Foundation Grants

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to accommodate requests at this time. Please check back for future updates.

The Angels Baseball Foundation's (ABF) Grant Program disseminates funds three times a year to organizations whose programs fall within the pillars of our organization. These include the following:

Examples: Literacy, Arts, STEM, and After-School Programs

Health and Wellness
Examples: Combatting Hunger, Disease Prevention, and Clinics

Community-Related Youth Programs
Examples: Foster Care/Adoption, Homelessness, Mentorship, and Youth Services

Youth Sports
Examples: Baseball/Softball Development and Field Renovations

The ABF Grant Program looks to provide opportunities for those in our community to access educational resources, healthcare, and youth services, while also allowing them to experience the great game of baseball and its countless positive attributes.

Grant Schedule

Cycle Applications Received Grants Reviewed Grant Awarded
1 January - March April April
2 April - July August August
3 August - October November November

*Applications received in November/December will be reviewed in Cycle 1 of the following year.

Applicant Eligibility

  • The program must fall within one or more of the ABF pillars.
  • The program must be located in Southern California. Geographic priority is given to programs in Orange County.
  • The grant request must be program-related. The Angels Baseball Foundation does not support capital projects.
  • The request must come from an organization, not an individual.
  • The organization must be certified as tax exempt under Section 501© (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and is not a private foundation as defined in section 509(a) of that Code. The organization must be in good standing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the California Franchise Tax Board and the California Secretary of State.
  • Typically, organizations can only be considered for one grant every two years. Current grantees are eligible to reapply for funding two years from their application cycle.
  • For example, if you applied for a grant in May 2019 (Cycle 2), you would be eligible to reapply for a grant during Cycle 2 (April - July) of 2021.