Project Béisbol has worked with over 105 youth programs in Nicaragua, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Puerto Rico and Brazil, benefiting more than 4,000 boys and girls since 2008.
We pride ourselves in a systematic and fair approach to the community work we do. Learn more about how we prioritize, interview, deliver and measure results in the communities in Latin America.
We were recently selected to manage a Players Goodwill Tour in Colombia with over 20 active MLB stars to promote the sport in and develop integration programs for Venezuelan refugees.
In 2018, Project Béisbol was selected by the US Department of State and the University of Montana to design and manage a unique two-way international exchange program called Sport for Social Change: USA-Colombia. The program unites baseball and softball with education, cultural exchange and community service.
Here you will find some testimonials that have given volunteers and participants of Project Béisbol.
We have expanded our mission to include infrastructure and language education projects. See what´s new!
We want the youth to stay active as much as possible. If you or a team are in need of equipment, fill out our application and a Project Béisbol representative will be in touch shorty.
Combining baseball & gender equality to promote social change with the US Department of State.
Through the support of Project Beisbol’s biggest MLB supporter Jed Lowrie, 17-year-old Jose Mosquera of the remote region of Choco, Colombia, will play baseball on two legs for the first time in March 2019.
Seeks to direct basic humanitarian aid to our Colombian and Venezuelan partner communities across Colombia for a limited time to help families survive the worst of the COVID-19 health and economic crisis