The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) builds and refurbishes baseball and softball fields in underserved communities through the Dodgers Dreamfields program, which provides families across Los Angeles with safe havens and points of pride in their own neighborhoods. Dodgers Dreamfields are game-changers, revitalizing green spaces to help re-energize the community's involvement in baseball and softball, while boosting the safety of local parks and providing a place where neighbors can gather, exercise and play.
With 51 fields built since 2003, LADF has provided more than 368,000 youth with access to a safe, playable Dodgers Dreamfield in their neighborhood. To-date, LADF has spent $10.6 million on the Dodgers Dreamfields program. By 2033, LADF plans to complete an additional 24 fields to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Dodgers' move to Los Angeles.
Just unveiled in June 2019, LADF's 51st Dodgers Dreamfield is located at Jack Bulik Park in the city of Fontana and is ADA-accessible. The field is designed for children with physical disabilities allowing youth of all abilities to enjoy baseball/softball.