LEAGUE OF YES is seeking help for our players to continue playing baseball at an affordable price

Start a Santacon fundraising page to benefit League of Yes special needs baseball players today

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LEAGUE OF YES is seeking help to keep the league affordable!

We are looking for our BUDDYS to begin their Santacon fundraising pages NOW and raise funds throughout the year until the event.

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Raise $100 and receive a FREE t-shirt

Raise $500 and receive a FREE t-shirt AND sweatshirt pullover


Any Sophomore, Junior or Senior that raise $500 or more will be entered to win a $1,000 scholarship. A total of 3 scholarships will be awarded. Drawing will be held on the day of the Santacon event December 1, 2019.

More fun prizes will be awarded to top fundraisers and team captains

The school that raises the most as a group will win a FREE PIZZA PARTY


Lots of fun and goodies to be had at this year's Santacon 5K Run, Walk and Roll so start your fundraising NOW and get a chance at the best prizes!

By becoming a fundraiser for League of Yes Inc, you will help more League of Yes special needs baseball players, and you'll help your friends feel good about doing good.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun. We'll even give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help we can expand new chapters to reach more kids.

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