The Texas Rangers Baseball Club is committed to the development of our diverse community and is dedicated to providing the resources necessary to create future champions. We support a variety of community events and non-profit organizations throughout the year. Please send any requests for involvement to Community Outreach Attn: Karin Morris, 1000 Ballpark Way Suite 400, Arlington, TX 76011 or e-mail email@example.com.
Each year, the Texas Rangers honor teachers as a part of Teacher Appreciation Night. Area District and Regional Teachers of the Year are recognized with a special pre-game presentation. In addition, teachers receive monetary gifts from the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation to assist them in purchasing supplies and teaching tools for their classrooms. If you're a teacher and would like further information, please touch base with your contact with your Region.
In the summer of 2012, the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation hosted a 16-member youth baseball team from the Japan city of Ishinomaki, as part of the 2012 Japan-America Grassroots Summit. Ishinomaki is located in the Tohoku region of Japan which was heavily damaged by the March 2011 tsunami.
Together, Texas Rangers corporate partner gloops, Inc., the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish, provided financial assistance necessary to bring to the team to Arlington. During the visit youth were greeted with an opening luncheon, followed by the opportunity to tour Globe Life Park in Arlington, view the Rangers batting practice on the field and be honored during a special ceremony before the game. The next day the team met Yu Darvish in person and played against the Rangers Arlington and Dallas RBI programs.
The Texas Rangers have long been involved with the Hispanic community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area including the annual community caravan, support of the Adult Mexican Baseball leagues, and support of the local Hispanic Chambers and Regional Hispanic Contractors Association. Each season, the Texas Rangers celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with a special event during the month of September.
Front office personnel represent the Texas Rangers at speaking engagements year-round. Requests must be submitted in writing at least six weeks prior to the event on the organization's letterhead. The letter should provide as many details as possible and be sent to:
Community Outreach Department
Texas Rangers Baseball Club
1000 Ballpark Way, Suite 400
Arlington, TX 76011
Each year, the Texas Rangers partner with a number of local community organizations to support the Hispanic Community and make appearances with Rangers players in the Hispanic community. If you are interested in the Texas Rangers supporting your community event, please call 817.436.5933.