CVS Health and the Boston Red Sox are pleased to partner on the annual CVS Health All Kids Can Baseball Camps at Fenway Park and JetBlue Park. These clinics are an opportunity for children with physical and/or developmental disabilities to take the field at Fenway. In addition, one clinic each season provides an opportunity for military veterans. Each team is given the opportunity to participate in batting practice with the Red Sox hitting coaches, meet Wally the Green Monster, eat lunch in the dugouts and take a VIP tour of Fenway. Later that day, they are invited back to watch the Red Sox take batting practice and to enjoy the game with free tickets in the CVS Family section.
Blood Donor of the Game
The Red Sox, in conjunction with the American Red Cross and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, honor lucky donors with the chance to become the Blood Donor of the Game. Fans are invited to win simply by stepping up to the plate and donating blood to help patients in need.
BoSox Club Luncheons
The BoSox Club was established in 1967 and is recognized by the Red Sox as the official booster club. Each month the group gathers for lunch and a question and answer session with a Red Sox player and alum.
Community Corner Ticket Program
The Red Sox, MLB Commissioner's Officer and Players Give Back have created the Commissioner's Community Initiative. The ticket program is designed to support organizations that assist underprivileged and underserved members of our community with complimentary tickets to select home games.
If you would like to submit a request for tickets please send a letter to Community Relations, 4 Yawkey Way, Boston MA 02215.
The Red Sox Community Home-Stand helps local non-profit organizations raise awareness for their causes. Throughout the season, the Community Home-Stand is host to a variety of groups who are given the opportunity to share their mission with Red Sox fans.
Lee County has been the Red Sox Spring Training home since 1993. In 2012, the Red Sox celebrated the opening of JetBlue Park at Fenway South and have continued a tradition of championing efforts off the field across Southwest Florida. As part of our community service outreach, Red Sox front office staff, players and coaches participate in "Days of Service", volunteering at non-profits across Southwest Florida. Select players also make appearances at the JetBlue Park Open House, the Lee County Boys & Girls Club annual dinner and the Diamond Dinner benefitting the Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida.
Latino Youth Recognition
For the past twenty years, the Red Sox and El Mundo Newspaper have partnered to honor top Latino middle school students from across Massachusetts as Latino All-Scholastic All-Stars. Candidates must be of Latino origin, have a good school attendance record and a "B+" or above academic record. The students are invited to select games throughout the season and are recognized during the pre-game ceremony. Since its inception, more than 2.500 students have been honored and over 15,000 tickets have been donated to the community.
Each season the Red Sox and the Boston Public Library offer Massachusetts children the opportunity to "Read Your Way to Fenway". Children and teens between the ages of 5 and 17 read three books and write an essay about their favorite. Winners receive tickets to the game and are recognized for their achievements during the pre-game ceremony.
Lindos Sueños translates into English as "Beautiful Dreams". The program strives to bring people of different backgrounds together through the common appeal of baseball and community service.
Every Friday night throughout the season, the Red Sox and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center recognize an outstanding member of the medical community during the pre-game ceremony that is searching for a cure and fighting disease within their respective field.
Since 2005, Mass Mentoring Partnership has teamed up with the Red Sox for the Red Sox Mentoring Challenge, an initiative designed to recruit more Massachusetts adults as mentors. Since the program began, more than 2,500 prospective mentors have been identified and referred to mentoring programs. Each season, the Red Sox and MMP host the Champions of Mentoring Breakfast and then invite mentors and mentees to attend that evening's game.
Most Valuable Educator
The Red Sox, in conjunction with the Massachusetts Teachers Association, is proud to honor local educators as a Most Valuable Educator. The program allows Massachusetts students to write an essay explaining why his/her teacher, coach or mentor should be honored before a Saturday game at Fenway Park.
Once a homestand, fans have the opportunity to take a photo with a select player at the Red Sox team store.
Each year the Red Sox partner with Boston Healthcare for the Homeless to collect new white cotton socks for homeless men and women. The Red Sox wives and significant others participate in a gate collection during a home weekend series.
Throughout the summer, the Red Sox and Boston Center for Youth & Families sponsor Sox Talks for youth in Boston area neighborhoods. The Red Sox Showcase, equipped with a batting cage, pitching station and a virtual reality experience join select players in visiting local little league fields to participate in baseball activities. Once a summer, Fenway Park plays host to a Sox Talk, allowing youth to participate in clinics given by Red Sox players and coaches.
Strike Out Hunger
Each summer, the Red Sox wives and significant others host the annual Strike Out Hunger fundraiser at Fenway Park to support the Greater Boston Food Bank's mission to end hunger in Easter Massachusetts. At the gates, a $10 donation gets you an autographed photo of a Red Sox player. Over the past 26 years, the Red Sox wives have joined fans in raising over $312,000, which has provided over 936,000 healthy meals.