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Great News For Community Groups To Request Dodgers Tickets

Dodgers Partnering With MLB In Give-Back To Communities

On April 29th, under their Kids 4 Dodgers Baseball youth program and with the donation of complimentary tickets, the team hosted some (283) members of the Jackie Robinson Academy of Long Beach, during a fantastic community group night at the Stadium. The Dodgers went on to further please the happy and large group with a (5-1) victory over the Detroit Tigers. More groups from the City of L.A., the Counties of L.A. and San Bernardino are being offered opportunities to register and be selected for receipt of the donated tickets. Read on for more detailed information. (Photo Credit): Los Angeles Dodgers Community Relations Department

(East Los Angeles, CA) May 6, 2022 [From The Editor’s Desk]: The Dodgers are consistently providing our greater Los Angeles City and County plus San Bernardino County areas with even more good news for the youth and residents of our communities. Please take a moment to read all about it in the Dodgers press announcement we’ve published for our readers and viewers.


The Dodgers partner with Major League Baseball to give back to the community

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers, in conjunction with the Commissioner’s Community Initiative (CCI) and the MLB & Player’s Give Back program, will give away over 80,000  tickets to various community groups in the Los Angeles area during the 2022 season.

Throughout the year, the Dodgers will give away 20,000 tickets through Kids 4 Dodger Baseball, 24,600 tickets to the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation to be used in their Dodgers Dreamfields, Dodgers Dreamteam and LADF Gives program and 38,733 CCI  tickets equaling the largest number of tickets ever given out during the regular season.

“We are very happy to once again partner with the Commissioner’s Community Initiative and the MLB & Player’s Give Back program to give tickets to those who may never get the opportunity to attend a Dodger game otherwise,” said Naomi Rodriguez, Vice President, External Relations & Community Relations, Los Angeles Dodgers. “We look forward to welcoming everyone to Dodger Stadium.”

On  April 29th, at the Dodgers vs. Detroit Tigers game, the giant “Dodgers Bobblehead” mascot was captured with the Boys and Girls Club of Whittier. They are members of the Kids 4 Dodgers Baseball youth program and a total of (56) kids and adults had a great time in watching the Dodgers win this game by a score of (5-1). The community group was a beneficiary of the donated tickets that are now being offered by the MLB’s Commissioner’s Community Initiative and the Dodgers, to selected community groups in the greater Los Angeles and San Bernardino areas. (Photo Credit): Los Angeles Dodgers Community Relations Department

The Kids 4 Dodgers Baseball youth program is an all-inclusive gameday experience for underserved youth from schools, youth centers, non-profits, and similar organizations. Serving the greater Los Angeles area and reaching youth as far east as San Bernardino and Coachella Valley, the experience will include gameday tickets, transportation to and from Dodger Stadium, a K4DB t-shirt and a meal voucher for Dodger Stadium concessions. Fans can apply for the program online and will be notified if their group is selected.

The Commissioner’s Community Initiative ticketing program is designed to expand the reach of baseball to communities who might not otherwise have a chance to attend an MLB game. MLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association support all 30 clubs through this initiative with the goal of providing a total of more than $2.5 million in ticket distributions to deserving communities league-wide.

Additional information and applications can be found by visiting

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