LISTEN: In celebration of Pride Month, closer Liam Hendriks and his wife Kristi join play-by-play announcers Jason Benetti and Len Kasper to discuss their support of the LGBTQ community in the latest episode of the new Sox Degrees podcast.
With the help of Children's Home & Aid, catcher Yasmani Grandal and his wife Heather launch Young Yazmanians, a program that invites children born in high-risk environments and their families to enjoy games from one of the ballpark's suites during each homestand of the 2021 season. Get an inside look at the most recent visit.
WATCH: Amateur City Elite (ACE) alumnus Corey Ray continues to support the program and serve as a mentor for young inner-city athletes. In April, Ray made his major-league debut for Milwaukee. An incredible milestone for the program, Ray is the first ACE player to reach the big leagues since its inception in 2007.
Did you know that we have a Diverse Business Partner Program? The program is committed to aggressively seeking qualified minority & women-owned vendors.— White Sox Charities (@soxcharities) April 29, 2021
We are proud to partner with female, minority-owned Lightech, to upgrade our ballpark lighting.
The Chicago White Sox and White Sox Charities are proud to share the 2019 White Sox community impact report. This piece illustrates a snapshot of the robust community outreach the organization provides to touch the hearts and homes of children and families throughout the Chicagoland community.