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Extend your Little League® season with the Jimmy Fund

while helping to defy cancer for patients at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

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TAKE A SWING AT CANCER

Join Jimmy Fund Little League in its 37th season. Players extend their baseball season and take to their communities to raise vital funds for patient care and research.

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STARTED IN 1986

BY THREE CO-FOUNDERS

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5,000+ PLAYERS

PARTICIPATE EACH SEASON

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$5 MILLION

HAS BEEN RAISED TO FIGHT CANCER

If your district or team isn't participating, contact Teresa Kane at 617-632-5420 to get involved.

FUNDRAISING TOOLS

There are plenty of fun and creative ways to fundraise with your team and earn great prizes. Strike out cancer using these tips and tricks.

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PRIZES

From Red Sox tickets to exclusive outings at Boston's Fenway Park, check out how you can win cool prizes.

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EVENT SCHEDULE

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Registration opens: 4/6/2022
Fundraising Deadline: 9/1/2022
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SUPPORT A PLAYER

Make a donation on behalf of your favorite Jimmy Fund Little Leaguer and help strike out cancer.

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DESIGNATED HITTER: EVAN

An active young boy and year-round baseball player, Evan, 12, started experiencing leg pain in early 2021, which ultimately led to his diagnosis of Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), a rare cancer disorder, in March 2021. He soon began treatment at Dana-Farber’s Jimmy Fund Clinic to fight tumors in his femur and his chest.

During his treatment, Evan’s Little League team stepped up to help him in a big way: They created and sold more than 700 jerseys with his name and number on the back, honoring their own MVP.

Today, Evan looks forward to playing baseball again and snacking on popcorn at Fenway Park! You can help strike out cancer for Evan and others like him by joining Jimmy Fund Little League today.

Jimmy Fund Little League Designated Hitter, Grady