About the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation
Established in 1995, the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) is the official team charity of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Harnessing the power of the Dodger brand and a passionate fan base, LADF works to significantly impact underserved youth in some of the most challenged neighborhoods of Los Angeles. LADF leverages key partnerships to administer direct programs serving youth and communities at large and provides grants to local nonprofit organizations. LADF uses three pillars to guide its work: Sports + Recreation, Education + Literacy and Health + Wellness.
Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Pillars
The following pillars serve as a base for programs, partnerships and charitable giving:
Education + Literacy: The Dodgers Foundation seeks to provide access, opportunity and innovation to youth at critical engagement stages – specifically middle school engagement, (during and after-school programs), college access and success.
Sports + Recreation: The Dodgers Foundation seeks to use sports to create leadership opportunities and character development in underserved communities by focusing on inclusion, preservation and promotion of sports.
Health + Wellness: The Dodgers Foundation seeks to address health challenges that prevent children from engaging in school or recreational activities.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as an organization exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Its federal tax identification number is 95-4623022. Please consult your tax advisor regarding the deductibility of your contribution based on your personal circumstances.