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Our partnership with Major League Baseball

On Sunday, Oct. 28, Major League Baseball highlighted our work during Game 4 of the World Series

This recognition brought national attention to the continuing and critical need of affordable housing around the world.

  MLB and Habitat for Humanity logo

Together, we have built 46 homes

  • MLB first partnered with us in the fall of 2005 to assist in recovery efforts after hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
  • Since then, 46 homes have been constructed.
  • Build sites have included Major League ballparks, MLB Spring Training locations, the 2005 World Series, the Inaugural World Baseball Classic and the 2006 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
  • Nine of the homes were built this year in partnership with families who lost everything after devastating tornadoes ripped through the communities of Joplin, MO and Tuscaloosa, AL in 2011. 
  • Two of the homes were framed during this summer’s 83rd MLB All-Star Game, in the parking lot of Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. 

Shining a light on our partnership

“As a social institution with important social responsibilities, Major League Baseball is proud to continue using the attraction of the Fall Classic to make a positive impact in people’s lives.”
~ Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig

Get involved!

Join Habitat and MLB in the effort to make sure every family has a safe, decent and affordable place to call home.

  • Donate and help families break the cycle of poverty
  • Advocate for Habitat for Humanity
  • Volunteer with a Habitat for Humanity near you