Brewers Community Foundation to hold second Drive for Charity event of 2021

Drive for Charity seeking toiletry items for Meta House from July 9-11

July 6th, 2021

MILWAUKEE -- Brewers Community Foundation (BCF) will hold its second Drive for Charity event of the 2021 season from July 9-11 when the Milwaukee Brewers host the Cincinnati Reds. Presented by the BCF Leadership Council, the series of donation opportunities throughout the season support non-profits in Greater Milwaukee and Wisconsin.
Benefiting Meta House, the July event seeks toiletry items and will return to its standard format after the first donation opportunity of the season was held as a drive-thru. Drop-off points will be located inside American Family Field in right field, left field and home plate on the Field Level during games against the Reds from July 9-11.
Those donating or making a $10 contribution will receive a collectible Brent Suter pin. Online donations, made at, of at least $10 between June 9-11 will also receive the pin.
The two remaining Drive for Charity events are also slated to take place during games at American Family Field, providing fans with the opportunity to donate designated items that will be distributed to organizations working for the greater good.  

The remaining 2021 Drive for Charity schedule is as follows:

July 9-11: (vs. Cincinnati Reds): Toiletry items

  • Commemorative Pin: Brent Suter

August 6-8 (vs. San Francisco Giants): School Supplies

  • Commemorative Pin: Brandon Woodruff

September 17-19 (vs. Chicago Cubs): New Hats, Mittens, and Scarves

  • Commemorative Pin: TBD

The 2021 Drive for Charity events are presented by the Brewers Community Foundation Leadership Council: American Family Insurance, Aurora Health Care®, Delta Dental of Wisconsin, Johnson Controls, Lubar & Co., Molson Coors, Milwaukee Admirals, Northwestern Mutual® and We Energies Foundation.
BCF harnesses the pride, passion and commitment of Brewers fans, players and other supporters to positively impact the lives of children and their families in the Greater Milwaukee area and throughout Wisconsin. Over the past decade, BCF has provided more than 2,000 grants totaling in excess of $19 million to nonprofit organizations across Wisconsin that support programs focused on its four areas of concentration: health, education, recreation and basic needs. Approximately 200 nonprofit organizations receive funding annually through the Foundation’s initiatives. In addition to the fans’ support of the Foundation, all uniformed players, their families, team executives and front office staff contribute their time and/or financial resources to BCF. Visit to learn about ways you can join the team that goes to bat for those in need.