Cincinnati is unique in that baseball has been part of its culture for more than 130 years. Baseball’s roots run deep in the inner-urban neighborhoods of the tri-state region, and the Reds Community Fund is actively searching for the kids and neighborhoods that need support.
Since its inception in 2001, the Reds Community Fund has used baseball as a vehicle to reach out to kids. As the nonprofit arm of baseball’s first professional team, the Community Fund strives to create programming that connects at-risk children with baseball, while creating fundraising programs that connect baseball with the community.
For more information on their charity, visit the official Cincinnati Reds website.
- For TGIS coverage of their charity and community work, check out our archive, which includes any mention of the team in our database.