The Atlanta Braves reward students in grades K-12 across Braves Country for their hard work and dedication to academic excellence. Students who maintain a straight A, A/B average, or perfect attendance during the spring semester of the school year are eligible for complimentary Braves tickets.
Since 1994, the Atlanta Braves Foundation has given back more than $7 million to the community, working to provide and support various initiatives that can make a positive difference across Braves Country. This includes various campaigns and initiatives to support schools and youth programs that provide meaningful, unique experiences for children across the region.
The Atlanta Braves teamed up with The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) No Place for Hate® bullying prevention campaign.
The Atlanta Braves are entering into an exciting new partnership with Cobb County schools aimed at boosting academic performance, promoting literacy and reading, and facilitating new leadership opportunities for students in the community.
Atlanta Braves and Comcast teamed up to launch "Science of Baseball," an educational curriculum aimed at encouraging students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts with using baseball as an educational tool.
The Atlanta Braves have partnered with Cobb County and Marietta City Schools to create the Atlanta Braves Leadership Institute, a program designed to develop student leaders and provide them with impactful leadership skills. The Atlanta Braves Leadership Institute engages local high school students with relevant content, exposes them to leadership insights, and equips them with the tools needed to make a tangible difference in their community.
The Atlanta Braves, Georgia Power and EverFi partnered to address summer learning loss among students at the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta and Atlanta Public Schools through the Summer Slugger Initiative, an interactive math and reading program.
Tomahawk Talks is a sports career educational initiative aimed at exposing local area high school students to the various roles within the professional sports industry.
The Atlanta Braves celebrate teachers throughout Braves Country through a variety of initiatives including, surprise and delight visits, teacher break room takeovers, ticket offers, and on-field recognitions.
Home Run Readers is an educational outreach initiative that promotes literacy and encourages students to build a love for reading. Students in grades K-12 can read a book and visit their local Georgia Public Library during the summer months to receive their complimentary bookmark and promotional code for complimentary Braves tickets.