A FAN BASE ACTIVATED.
A CITY TRANSFORMED.
About the Volunteer Corps
A signature program for the White Sox, the Volunteer Corps serves as a way to unite White Sox fans through service opportunities within our community. The White Sox Volunteer Corps was created by the Chicago White Sox in response to President Obama's call for Americans to better their communities through service. The team organizes community service events that incorporate support from players and coaches, staff and members of the volunteer group to serve shoulder to shoulder to make a positive and lasting impact in our community.
Nearly 8,000 Sox fans and community-focused Chicagoans have signed up for the Volunteer Corps since its inception. The first day of service, on May 9, 2009, saw more than 300 volunteers working together to restore two local Boys & Girls Club sites. Since then members of the Corps have participated in several other events, including blood donor drives, park clean-ups in partnership with the Chicago Park District and food re-packing sessions at the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Join the Volunteer Corps
To sign up for the White Sox Volunteer Corps, for updates on scheduled service events or for more information on White Sox community service efforts and our charity partners, please click on the button below to fill out the form at whitesox.com/volunteercorps. The White Sox will contact you with further details.