Annually held in January, Winter Warm-Up is a three-day fan fest filled with Cardinals baseball! Volunteers help with various duties including set-up, check-in, line control, 50/50 raffles, silent auctions, and more.
Cardinals Care Volunteer Opportunities
Cardinals Care, the St. Louis Cardinals community foundation, supports youth through Redbird Rookies, its flagship youth baseball softball program, by building ballfields and giving cash grants to non-profit organizations. Cardinals Care relies on a team of volunteers to assist in carrying out its mission of caring for kids.
Redbird Rookies is a free, noncompetitive, coed baseball/softball program for youth ages 5-13. In addition to on-field play, Redbird Rookies provides extensive off-field support in the areas of health, education, mentoring, cultural arts and scholarship.
Volunteer opportunities include Alumni Baseball Clinics, events at the St. Louis landmarks including the Science Center, Stifel Theatre, The Sheldon Concert Hall, Busch Stadium, and more!
Opportunities every Friday, Saturday and Sunday home Cardinals Game. Volunteers sell raffle tickets to fans at kiosks and in-seat. Half of the game’s total raised goes to a lucky fan and the other half benefits Cardinals Care.
Volunteers help set up and oversee auction items including autographed, baseball memorabilia during Tuesday and Friday Cardinals home games.
Are you interested in partnering with Cardinals Care to further its mission to care for kids in the community? Volunteers get to participate in fun Cardinals related events including Cardinals Home Games, Winter Warm-Up, Alumni Clinics, and Events at Area Attractions, to name a few.
Cardinals Care volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, pass a background check, have a positive attitude and enjoy working with people.