Our ambassadors spread the word, creating a culture of giving.
You can help organize a team effort to collect used gear. We collect bats, gloves, helmets, cleats, catchers gear, uniforms and of course, baseballs. The best way to organize a collection effort is to ask one or two of your players to volunteer and lead the effort. The student athletes will be recognized as Turn Two for Youth Ambassadors, supporting a non-profit charity which benefits kids who share the same love for the game. The time players spend working to collect used gear from teammates and other local baseball families can be credited to school volunteer programs. Ambassadors also are recognized here on the Turn Two for Youth website. It’s a great way for players to build a community service resume that will be recognized by college coaches and college admission administrators.
If you chose to volunteer as a Turn Two for Youth Ambassador, your responsibility is to collect the used gear and transport it to a tournament site where Turn Two for Youth is the authorized charity. You will be playing in a tournament soon that has been designated as one of these official sites. Collection barrels will be located at the main field(s). You can place the equipment in the barrels or contact Turn Two for Youth directly to arrange pick-up of a large inventory of gear. Please have a photo taken of you and the gear next to the collection barrel so that we can post it on the Turn Two for Youth website. Send all photographs to the Vince@TheManagementOffice.com. Turn Two for Youth will recognize and award regional Ambassadors regularly who demonstrate significant effort toward the cause.