The Boston Red Sox and the American Red Cross of New England have teamed up to offer blood donors the opportunity to win a pair of tickets and be honored on the field before a Red Sox home game.
The BoSox Club was established in 1967 and is recognized by the Boston red Sox as the official fan organization supporting Boston baseball. Each month the group gathers for lunch and a question and answer session with a Red Sox player as well as a player from the visiting team.
The Boston Red Sox and Stop-N-Shop are proud to team up on this unique ticket experience. Each season the Red Sox and SNS work together to provide over 10,000 tickets to various children's organizations throughout New England, giving them the opportunity to bring their group to Fenway.
The Red Sox Community Home-Stand Program helps local non-profit organizations raise awareness for their causes. Throughout the season, the Red Sox Community Home-Stand is host to a variety of local groups who are given the opportunity to share their mission with dedicated Red Sox fans.
CVS Caremark and the Boston Red Sox are pleased to partner on the annual CVS Caremark All Kids Can Baseball Camps at Fenway Park. These clinics are an opportunity for children with physical and/or developmental disabilities to take the field at Fenway. Each team is given the opportunity to participate in batting practice with Red Sox hitting coach, 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.
Each season the Boston Red Sox and El Mundo Newspaper honor top Latino middle school students from across Massachusetts as Latino All-Scholastic All-Stars. The School Departments of Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Lynn, Lawrence, Springfield, Holyoke and Malden provide a list qualified students. Candidates must be of Latino origin, have a good school attendance record and a "B+" or above academic record. These students are invited to select games throughout the season and are recognized during the pre-game ceremony for their outstanding academic achievements.
Each season the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Public Library Foundation offer Massachusetts children the opportunity to "Read Your Way to Fenway." Kids between the ages of 5 and 17 are asked to read three books and write an essay about their favorite book. Winners receive tickets to the Library Day game and are recognized for their achievements during pre-game ceremonies.
This "Beautiful Dream" brings people together through the common appeal of baseball and community service.
Every Friday night throughout the season, the Red Sox recognize an outstanding member of the medical community during the pre-game ceremony that is heroically searching for a cure and fighting disease within their respective field. Participants are selected by the Community Relations Department.
Since 2005, Mass Mentoring Partnership has teamed up with the Boston Red Sox to create the Red Sox Mentoring Challenge to help recruit more caring adults as mentors. A shortage of volunteers means thousands of kids are currently on waiting lists for mentors across Massachusetts.
The Boston Red Sox in conjunction with Massachusetts Teacher Association are proud to honor local high school educators as a Most Valuable Educator. The program allows Massachusetts high school students (grades 9-12) to write an essay explaining why his/her teacher, coach or mentor should be honored as a MVE at Fenway Park.
Each homestand, fans have the opportunity to take a photo with a player before the game.
Throughout the summer, the Red Sox and the Boston Police Activities League sponsor Sox Talks for youth in Boston neighborhoods. Red Sox players and coaches instruct the young players as they compete in baseball skills competitions.