The Red Sox are active participants in the community both in New England and at our Spring Training home in Southwest Florida.
Lee County has been the Red Sox team’s 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 its commitment to this community, the Red Sox Foundation created the Lee County Red Sox Scholarships program in 2015. Through this program, the Foundation awards a $5,000 scholarship to 13 academically talented Lee County public high school seniors who have shown a commitment to community service. This prestigious award is for students pursuing a 2- or 4-year degree at any college or university. For more information on how to apply, please click here.
- The Community Corner program was established in 2011 as a part of our community outreach initiative. During each Spring Training season, we invite a local non-profit organization to attend a Spring Training game as our featured non-profit organization of the game. This unique opportunity provides organizations with an outlet to not only spread awareness, but to engage with fans that are both local and visiting from other areas.
- As part of the Red Sox community service outreach program, “Week of Service” is a weeklong series of events in February, which gives back to the local Southwest Florida community. During this week, front office staff, players and executive staff volunteer at nonprofits across Southwest Florida before the Spring Training season begins.
To support the work we do in Southwest Florida, Fenway South hosts a 50-50 Raffle at each of the Spring Training home games in addition to organizing events each year including the Annual Swings for the Sox Charity Golf Tournament. For information on upcoming events, please email email@example.com.
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