The JP4 Foundation prides itself setting up community service and learning opportunities for youth baseball players to give back to their community. The foundation believes youth can be empowered to be outstanding community members. Since September of 2016, The JP4 Foundation has provided over 850 hours of community service and learning opportunities for Minnesota baseball players. In the upcoming year, The JP4 Foundation is looking to build on its relationships with the Miracle League and the Ronald McDonald House and expand connections with other local nonprofit organizations such as Matter (St. Louis Park), Hope Kids (Eden Prairie), Good in the Hood (St. Paul), Charlie Wittwer Wheelchair Foundation (Plymouth), Union Gospel Mission (St. Paul), Northeast Youth and Family Services (Shoreview) and more.
The following link are the current community service and learning opportunities for the upcoming year. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact JP4 Foundation director, Jeff Huth.