The Atlanta Braves organization is committed to making a difference in the communities we serve. To demonstrate that commitment, Braves employees have stepped up to the plate through Braves Care, an employee volunteer initiative designed to assist our community and charitable partners.
Braves Wives Association
The Atlanta Braves Wives Association strives to make a positive impact in the metro-Atlanta community through a series of events and programs that raise funds for organizations that support women and children.
Breast Cancer Awareness Day
presented by Kroger and WellStar Health System
The day-long celebration of survivorship honors those who have courageously battled breast cancer, and raised awareness and funds to support research, education and advocacy for cancer patients and their families throughout metro Atlanta.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Day
This special day at the ballpark will honor children and families throughout Braves Country who are currently fighting or who have courageously battled childhood cancer.
Christmas in July
Each season, Braves players, wives and broadcasters at metro Atlanta Children's Healthcare of Atlanta locations as part of the team's Christmas in July hospital visits.
The Atlanta Braves support our troops, veterans and their families in various ways including visits to veterans hospitals and military bases, hosting holiday parties, honoring hometown heroes, and providing Braves tickets.
Prostate Cancer Awareness Day
Each season, the Atlanta Braves and Major League Baseballl host Prostate Cancer Awareness Day in honor of those who have courageously battled prostate cancer and to raise awareness and funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation in support of research, education and advocacy.
Reach Out, Be Our Guest
Each season, Braves players provide complimentary tickets to children and individuals who would otherwise not have the means to attend a professional baseball game through the Atlanta Braves Reach Out, Be Our Guest Program.