Blue Jays to host 3rd annual National Challenger Baseball Jamboree, Challenger Baseball Clinic dates announced
(Toronto Blue Jays New Release)
Little League Grow the Game grant application
Dear League Official:
Little League® is excited to announce the creation of the Grow the Game Grant Program for 2015. As a part of this program, there has been $150,000 allocated for grants to promote the enhancement and development of the Little League Challenger Program. Grants will be awarded in amounts up to $20,000.
I would encourage your league to review the grant program and application here and consider applying for a grant if there is a project or initiative that your league would like to complete to enhance your Challenger Program. Grant funds can be used for items such as improving accessibility, complex improvements to benefit the Challenger Program, costs associated with starting a Challenger Program, etc.
Thank you for your continued support of Little League and the Challenger Program!
Director of the Challenger Division
Baseball Québec nominates Richard St-Amour as provincial coordinator for Challenger Baseball Québec
Baseball Québec announced today the appointment of Richard St-Amour provincial coordinator of the Challenger Baseball Québec program.
Baseball Canada, Little League Canada partner to deliver Challenger Baseball Program
OTTAWA-Baseball Canada and Little League Baseball Canada are pleased to announce a partnership that will see both organizations jointly run the Challenger Baseball program across Canada.