The Miami Marlins Foundation launched the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund with an initial investment of $100,000 to make a Marlins Impact in addressing urgent food security issues across the South Florida community due to COVID-19.
Funds will be used to support the growing food security needs in South Florida, which have been heightened by COVID-19, including local children, seniors, and impacted working families - to ensure the local community receives the necessary proper nutrition.
During these unprecedented times, we are coming together to do our part to support each other and our local communities in need. We have set up a donation link below for those that would like to contribute and help as we build this fund together to respond to immediate needs.
The Miami Marlins Foundation are hosting drive-thru food distributions at loanDepot park on Wednesdays with FarmShare throughout June. The distribution begins at 1:00PM until supplies last.
Through AT&T’s support of the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, the Miami Marlins Foundation hosted a number of events in support of Nurses Week (May 6 - 12) and Hospital Week (May 10 - 16).
The Miami Marlins and Tito’s Handmade Vodka distributed approximately 2,700 meals to the service and hospitality industry through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund and Tito’s Food for Friends.
The Miami Marlins worked with their partners at UHealth to thank the frontline healthcare workers by providing the staff at the University of Miami Health System with meals.
The Miami Marlins Foundation, through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, surprised senior citizens at various local Sedano’s Supermarkets by covering the costs of their groceries.
The Miami Marlins Foundation, through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, organized a distribution of meals, in collaboration with Ark of the City, for 500 households on Wednesday in Liberty City.
The Miami Marlins Foundation, through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, have been sharing a piece of our heart with families at Ronald McDonald House of South Florida during April. Special thanks to Marlins pitcher Ryan Cook and his wife, Lindsay, for their contribution to support this initiative which will continue through May. And thank you to our partners at PINCHO and Miami’s Best Pizza.
To show the Miami Marlins’ appreciation of our local law enforcement, the Miami Marlins Foundation, through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, has teamed up with our partners at PINCHO for a series of surprise lunch deliveries to police stations in the Miami community.
Life is better with a little help from friends and neighbors. The Miami Marlins Foundation, through the Home Plate Meals Relief Fund, has teamed up with Bridge 2 Hope to deliver meals each week in Liberty City to families with children in KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) Miami, part of a national non-profit network of college-preparatory public charter schools serving elementary, middle, and high school students.