Corporate sponsorships help to subsidize the costs associated with administering a program such as ours and allow us to keep our fees at a low level so that any child that wishes to play baseball is afforded the opportunity to do so. It is through your generous support that we are able to maintain the fields, facilities, and equipment necessary to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for the children and their families. Sponsorship is a smart business opportunity providing inexpensive advertising for your company throughout the local area. As a GHBL sponsor, your tax-deductible donation will allow you to reach new customers for your goods and help to promote our youth baseball programs. This is truly a win-win opportunity for all. We have several levels of sponsorship from which to choose from. Each option is described on the Sponsorship Application.
THANK YOU FROM MAYOR
Read letter from Garfield Heights Mayor Vic Collova thanking those in the community who generously gave both equipment and monitary donationtions so our kids may play ball this summer.
The letter may be viewed by clicking here.
Indians donate baseball equipment to Garfield Heights Youth Baseball League
"One of our organization's guiding commitments is to our community, and we're proud to assist in the league's time of need," said Rebecca Kodysh, the Executive Director from Cleveland Indians' Community Impact.
Representatives of Planet Fitness along with Toyota of Bedford were also on hand to donate a total of $3,000.
The G.H.B.L. would like to extend our gratitude to the Indians, Louisville Slugger, Planet Fitness and Toyota of Bedford. Because of their donation, the 2015 season shall successfully begin on time.
Photos of the event may be viewed by clicking here.
We would like to thank Dick's Sporting Goods for their generous donation of gift cards to help us replace the equipment recently stolen from the leagues storage room. Thieves pried open the door and stole every one of the league's aluminum bats, at least ten sets of catchers gear and additional equipment.
Individuals wishing to help replace the stolen gear may send their donations to:
PO Box 25465
Garfield Heights. Ohio 44125
For additional information contact Bob Marek at (216)-990-8386.