Since 1994, the Atlanta Braves Foundation has given back more than $6 million to the community, working to provide and support various initiatives that can make a positive difference across Braves Country. This includes various campaigns and initiatives to support schools and youth programs that provide meaningful, unique experiences for children across the region.
The Atlanta Braves are entering into an exciting new partnership with Cobb County schools aimed at boosting academic performance, promoting literacy and reading, and facilitating new leadership opportunities for students in the community.
The Atlanta Braves are pleased to invite your students to participate in the All-Star Student Achievers Program presented by Chick-fil-A. Formerly known as the Atlanta Braves Straight A Program, the All-Star Student Achievers Program rewards students in grades K-12 throughout Georgia for their hard work and dedication to academic excellence.
The Atlanta Braves teamed up with The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) No Place for Hate® bullying prevention campaign.
The Atlanta Braves have teamed up with Daniel H. Stanton Elementary school for a long-term partnership to help improve reading performance, decrease absenteeism, increase parent participation and encourage physical activity among students.
This summer, the Atlanta Braves and the National Education Association are partnering with Georgia Public Library Service for the 2015 Atlanta Braves Summer Reading Program, "Home Run Readers." This educational outreach promotes literacy, an important skill necessary in a student's educational development, and encourages students to build a love for reading by continuing to advance their reading skills during the summer months.