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Nats In Your Neighborhood



The Washington Nationals are committed to enhancing the quality of life for citizens in the Washington, D.C. region. Our primary focus is on initiatives that honor military families, encourage youth participation in baseball and softball, and support K-12 education.

Military Initiatives

As the home of the national pastime in the Nation's Capital, the Washington Nationals are proud to work with the large community of military bases, installations and hospitals that serve as permanent or temporary homes to military service members and their families living in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area.



Salute to Service

The Nationals offer premium seating in the Delta Sky360 Club for select military groups and their families during every home game. The tickets include a gourmet buffet, complimentary in-seat food and beverage service, and views of the underground batting cages and post-game press conference. At the end of the third inning, honorees are recognized on NatsHD and receive a standing ovation from fans.

Tickets are allocated through military hospitals and support organizations and are not available for individual distribution.

Patriotic Series presented by SAIC

Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members and their families.

Please check back for 2016 dates.


Military Branch Days

The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

Please check back for 2016 dates.

Me and a Friend Program

In partnership with USO of Metropolitan Washington, this program recognizes the challenges that military children face as they continually relocate due to their parents' military assignments. The Nationals provide tickets to children of active duty service members for every Sunday game of the season, giving them the opportunity to use the free tickets to connect with peers and help make new friends. The group is also first in line for Kids Run the Bases after the game.


Player Visits

Nationals players have embraced opportunities to show their personal support for our nation's heroes.

Throughout the season, players visit with wounded veterans and their families at hospitals and at the ballpark. These visits frequently transition into deeper relationships between players and veterans.

Discounted Game Tickets

Military service members receive deeply discounted Nationals tickets available exclusively to them and their families. Tickets can be purchased through MWR and ITT offices at area bases and the Pentagon or online here. Most ticket levels also include a food and beverage credit to reduce the total cost of the outing.

For more information on the Nationals Military ticket discounts, please contact 202.675.NATS(6287) or ticketinfo@nationals.com.

Youth Baseball & Softball

Washington Nationals Uniform Program

In 2015 the Nationals launched the Youth Baseball Uniform program. In an effort to support and promote kids playing baseball in the District, the Nationals are providing, at no cost to the leagues, a Nationals tee shirt or jersey and cap to EVERY child playing baseball or softball in a District of Columbia sanctioned Little League or the District of Columbia Parks and Recreation Rookie League.

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Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Clinics

Youth baseball and softball athletes from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia as well as local military children take part in free clinics at Nationals Park throughout the season. Participants receive hands-on instruction from Nationals coaches, who offer tips on the art of batting, fielding, pitching and base running.

  • INOVA Youth Baseball Clinics - The Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball programs around the D.C. region. Nationals' coaches work with local youth baseball coaches in presenting clinics to children ages eight through 14. Clinics are free and include on-field instruction, four tickets to a Nationals home game and a post-clinic autograph session with a Nationals player. Registration is not open to the public.
  • Strength and Conditioning Clinic - Strength and Conditioning Coach John Philbin conducts a strength and fitness clinic for competitive high school age players. During the two-hour session student-athletes, in the Washington D.C. area, learn various baseball specific exercises, drills and techniques to maintain and enhance their body through the rigors of a baseball season. Registration is not open to the public.
  • Field Maintenance Clinic - Developed in 2013, the Nationals and the Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF) partner to host the Field Maintenance Clinic at Nationals Park. Nationals groundskeepers instruct adult representatives from local youth baseball and softball leagues on the fundamentals of groundskeeping, including proper maintenance techniques to keep fields in playable condition. BTF also provides a $10,000 grant to a local non-profit organization for the upkeep and renovation of a baseball field in the District of Columbia. Registration is not open to the public.
  • PLAY Clinic - Developed by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) in 2004, PLAY (Promoting a Lifetime of Activity for Youth) was designed to encourage youth throughout the country to be active, eat right, sustain a healthy lifestyle and stay away from performance enhancing drugs. During the clinic local youth ages eight through 14 participate in baseball training and receive lessons on health and conditioning from Nationals players and trainers as well as PLAY staff. Registration is not open to the public.
  • MLB Pitch, Hit and Run Competition - The MLB Pitch, Hit and Run (PHR) program provides children ages seven through 14 the opportunity to showcase their baseball talents in a free nationwide skills competition. The winners move on to the national finals at the MLB All-Star Game. Contact your local youth baseball or softball organization for further details.
  • Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Clinic - In coordination with the MLBPAA, the Nationals host the Legends for Youth Clinic for DC-area youth ages eight through 14. Registration is not open to the public.

Washington Nationals Champions Day

The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. On two pre-selected dates during the season, eligible teams are invited to Nationals Park to participate in an on-field, pregame recognition ceremony. Teams receive a receive a DVD copy of the Champions Day pregame ceremony, team picture at Nationals Park, a Washington Nationals Champions Day T-shirt and a discounted ticket loaded with a special meal deal.

    2015 HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS

    Baseball
  • Gonzaga College High School: Washington D.C.
  • Brunswick High School: Maryland (1A)
  • Chopticon High School: Maryland (3A)
  • Gaithersburg High School: Maryland (4A)
  • Softball
  • Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School: Washington D.C.
    2015 YOUTH BASEBALL CHAMPIONS

    Baseball
  • Glen Allen Youth AA Babe Ruth: Virginia State Cal Ripken Majors-60 Champions
  • Shenandoah Recreation Babe Ruth: Virginia State Cal Ripken Majors-70 Champions
  • Charles County Youth League: Maryland State Cal Ripken Majors-70 Champions
  • Delmar Little League: Maryland State Little League Champions
  • Capitol City Little League: District of Columbia Little League Champions
  • Softball
  • Shenandoah Recreation Babe Ruth: Virginia State Babe Ruth Softball Champions

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Education Initiatives

DC Public Library's Summer Reading program

The Nationals sponsor the DC Public Library's Summer Reading program. Summer is a great time for kids to get caught up in a good book, and those registered in the Summer Reading program that have read at least eight hours will receive a Summer Reading ticket voucher from their library for two free tickets to a Nationals game!

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NatsPrep

In cooperation with District of Columbia Public Schools Career Academies on Hospitality and Tourism, the Nationals have launched NatsPrep, an in-depth course for Hospitality, Sports Promotion and Event Management Careers.Throughout the school year students from Columbia Heights Education Campus, Wilson High School and Ballou High School will be invited to take part in experiential seminars with Nationals executives, culminating with work-based learning experiences during the 2016 season for top students. Additionally, workshops will be held for faculty members to meet with front office staff to provide input and guidance to ensure curriculum alignment to industry expectations and standards.

Washington Nationals STEM Education

Washington Nationals STEM Education is designed to translate the love of America's pastime into an appreciation and understanding of and a passion for the science and mathematics underlying the sport. By demonstrating the natural connection between baseball, science and mathematics, students better appreciate real-world applications and enjoy learning through fun, hand-on projects. Launched in 2016 in coordination with District of Columbia Public Schools and Science of Sport, one element is focused on elementary-aged STEM Fair programming. Select elementary school teachers are provided with lesson plans that are tied to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, as well as all supplies necessary to assist with conducting a STEM Fair for fifth grade students.

White House at Bat: A Presidential History Challenge

The Nationals have partnered with the White House Historical Association to challenge DC-area students to create a storyboard for a 50-second video that examines the Constitutional powers of a (racing) president. The projects focus on decision-making in the White House, and consider how executive decisions throughout history were influenced by and impacted the diverse constituencies that make up the American citizenry.

Students have until February to submit story boards! Five winning entries will be shared during a Washington Nationals baseball game at Nationals Park. Additional details are available at whitehousehistory.org/nationals.

Everybody Wins! DC

The Nationals continue their partnership with Everybody Wins! DC, the largest children's literacy and mentoring organization in the metropolitan area. Front office staff volunteer their time to serve as reading mentors for students at Amidon-Bowen Elementary School as part of the Power Lunch Program.

Player Programs

Bryce Harper

In partnership with the Nationals and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Bryce Harper hosts Harper's Heroes, a season-long program that treats families affected by childhood cancers to a fun-filled day at Nationals Park. The VIP experience includes a private meet and greet with Harper as well as a special batting practice viewing, T-shirts and tickets to the game, complete with NatsBucks.


Max Scherzer

Max Scherzer has partnered with the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation for a new program called Baseball Cards for a Cause. Through this program, Max signs baseball cards sent to him through the mail in exchange for a donation to the Dream Foundation. At the end of the regular season, Max will match all funds raised through Baseball Cards for a Cause with a donation to the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.

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Biking for Baseball is a 501(c) 3 non-profit that promotes and empowers youth and youth mentoring programs through cycling, baseball, and coaching. The organization believes that Every Kid Needs a Coach. Max and Erica Scherzer believe the same and have supported the cause for a number of years.

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Anthony Rendon

Anthony's Academy All-Stars is a season-long program that gives scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy, where Anthony sits on the Board of Directors, the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.


Jayson Werth

Through his "Jayson and Pals" program, Jayson Werth hosts children affected by celiac disease, offering a brief reprieve from their difficult circumstances. Throughout the season Jayson provides tickets, NatsBucks and an on-field batting practice viewing along with a private meet-and-greet.

Jayson and his wife Julia also serve as co-chairpersons of the Children's National Medical Center Celiac Disease Gala.


Ryan Zimmerman

Ryan's commitment to the community is best illustrated through his work with the ziMS Foundation, which he founded in 2006, his first full season in the Major Leagues. The ziMS Foundation aims to raise money for awareness and programs benefitting those afflicted with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis is a disease quite close to Ryan's heart. In 1995, his mother Cheryl was diagnosed with MS, a chronic and unpredictable disease that affects the central nervous system.

Serving as president, Ryan is actively involved in making decisions and donates his time, money and image to promoting the Foundation. Though it remains staffed entirely by volunteers, including friends and family, in 2012 the foundation surpassed $1 million in donations for MS charities and research.

Community Calendar

Season Long

Salute to Service: The Nationals offer premium seating in the Delta Sky360 Club for select military groups and their families during every home game. The tickets include a gourmet buffet, complimentary in-seat food and beverage service, and views of the underground batting cages and post-game press conference. At the end of the third inning, honorees are recognized on NatsHD and receive a standing ovation from fans, players and umpires.

Tickets are allocated through military hospitals and support organizations and are not available for individual distribution.

Me and a Friend: In partnership with USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, this program recognizes the challenges that military children face as they continually relocate due to their parents' military assignments. The Nationals provide tickets to children of active duty service members for every Sunday game of the season, giving them the opportunity to use the free tickets to connect with peers and help make new friends. The group is first in line for Kids Run the Bases after the game. Interested families should visit USOmetro.org/tickets to sign up for notifications.

April

1: Blossoms and Baseball: In conjunction with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Nationals celebrate the annual bloom of the Cherry Blossoms. As part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival's series of events, fans are encouraged wear their Cherry Blossom colors and enjoy a game at Nationals Park. Visit nationals.com/blossoms to purchase discounted tickets throughout the season. Partial proceeds for each ticket sold will go back to the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

16: Nationals STEM Education (High School Teacher Training): Washington Nationals STEM Education is designed to translate the love of America's pastime into an appreciation and understanding of and a passion for the science and mathematics underlying the sport. By demonstrating the natural connection between baseball, science and mathematics, students better appreciate real-world applications and enjoy learning through fun, hand-on projects.

19: NatsPrep: In cooperation with District of Columbia Public Schools Career Academies on Hospitality and Tourism, the Nationals have launched NatsPrep, an in-depth course for Hospitality, Sports Promotion and Event Management Careers. Throughout the school year students from Columbia Heights Education Campus, Wilson High School and Ballou High School are invited to take part in experiential seminars with Nationals executives. The April event, "Nationals Park Events: Delivering the Dream," will give students a behind the scenes look at non-baseball events hosted at Nationals Park.

22: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

24: Autism Awareness: Major League Baseball and the Nationals are partnering with Autism Speaks to create awareness and recognize youth and families affected by autism. A designated quiet room, located behind section 204 in the Taft Conference Room, is available for all families. Tickets will be available soon at a discounted rate in both the upper and lower levels of the stadium, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Autism Speaks.

27: Patriotic Series - Military Appreciation Day: Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members and their families. The Patriotic Series is presented by SAIC.

All active duty, dependent, reservist and retired military members can receive two complimentary game tickets per military ID, while supplies last. Tickets will be available at the Nationals Park ticket windows on Potomac Avenue near the blue tent beginning at 4:00 p.m. Game starts at 7:05 p.m.

27: Team trip to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: Members of the Washington Nationals visit with wounded veterans and their families recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda.

May

4: DCPS Day: The Nationals celebrate D.C. public school students, teachers and administrators with DCPS Day. The team donates tickets and recognizes the school system in pregame ceremonies.

10: U.S. Navy Day: The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

11: Harper's Heroes: Bryce Harper hosts Harper's Heroes before the Nationals take the field. In partnership with the Nationals and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Harper's Heroes is an ongoing program that treats families affected by childhood cancers to a fun-filled day at Nationals Park. The VIP experience includes a private meet and greet with Harper as well as a special batting practice viewing, T-shirts and tickets to the game, complete with NatsBucks.

12: Ryan Zimmerman's "A Night at the Park": Back for its 7th year, A Night at the Park will be an exclusive VIP-only experience located within the Norfolk Southern Club at Nationals Park. All proceeds will go to Ryan Zimmerman's ziMS Foundation - created to raise funds for the treatment and ultimate cure of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). All guest will be able to get up close and personal with Mark, Richard and Jerry of O.A.R., as well as Ryan and his Nationals teammates. For more information visit zimsfoundation.org.

13: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

14: Honorary Bat Girl: In conjunction with Major League Baseball, the Nationals honor the team's 2016 Honorary Bat Girl. The contest recognizes baseball fans who have been affected by breast cancer and who demonstrate a commitment to eradicating the disease.

14: Nationals/Inova Youth Baseball Clinic: In conjunction with Inova Health, the Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball. Children ages eight to 14 participate in the free clinics which include on-field instruction by the Nationals coaching staff, a meet and greet with a player and four tickets to a Nationals home game. Registration is not open to the public.

15: Baseball Equipment Drive: The Nationals collect new or gently used baseball and softball equipment as part of the annual Baseball Equipment Drive. Hosted in conjunction with the Baseball Tomorrow Fund, BTF also provides a local youth organization with a $5,000 grant to purchase additional new equipment.

24: Salute to Public Service: As part of federal workforce appreciation outreach, the Nationals work with the Partnership for Public Service to coordinate a special tribute to public servants in attendance.

26: Black Heritage Day: In coordination with the Greater Washington Urban League, the Nationals celebrate the contributions of African Americans to the game of baseball and the community during the team's annual Black Heritage Day.

28: Little League Player Visits: As part of the Nationals Youth Baseball Uniform Program, Nationals players visit the eight Little Leagues throughout the District to encourage the next generation of baseball players.

29: Patriotic Series - Memorial Day Observance: Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members and their families. The Patriotic Series is presented by SAIC.

June

11: Washington Nationals Dream Gala 2016: Nationals players and guests will converge at the Marriott Marquis Washington D.C. for the 11th annual Dream Gala. The black tie evening will begin with a cocktail reception and silent auction, followed by a seated dinner and program. Proceeds from the Gala will benefit the Dream Foundation. Contact the Dream Foundation at 202.640.7124 or visit nationals.com/dream for more information.

12: MLB Pitch, Hit and Run Competition: The MLB Pitch, Hit and Run (PHR) program provides children ages seven through 14 the opportunity to showcase their baseball talents in a free nationwide skills competition. The winners move on to the national finals at the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego.

25: Inova Blood Drive: The Nationals and Inova Health System host two blood drives on June 25 and September 3. Fans who help save a life by donating blood receive two tickets to a Nationals home game as well as opportunities to take a behind-the-scenes tour of Nationals Park and win autographed memorabilia.

27: Washington Nationals Champions Day Series (High School): The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. Visit nationals.com/championsday for additional information.

28: U.S. Army Day: The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

30: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

30: Uniform Program Day: As part of the Nationals Youth Baseball Uniform Program, participating children are provided complimentary tickets to the game and recognized for their participation.

July

4: Patriotic Series - Independence Day: Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members and their families. The Patriotic Series is presented by SAIC.

5: Harper's Heroes: Bryce Harper hosts Harper's Heroes before the Nationals take the field. In partnership with the Nationals and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Harper's Heroes is an ongoing program that treats families affected by childhood cancers to a fun-filled day at Nationals Park. The VIP experience includes a private meet and greet with Harper as well as a special batting practice viewing, T-shirts and tickets to the game, complete with NatsBucks.

15: Neighborhood Night: The Nationals dedicate one game each year to celebrate residents of the communities around the ballpark. The team works closely with local community partners to provide discounted ticket offers and participation in pregame festivities.

16: Nationals/Inova Youth Baseball Clinic: In conjunction with Inova Health, the Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball. Children ages eight to 14 participate in the free clinics which include on-field instruction by the Nationals coaching staff, a meet and greet with a player and four tickets to a Nationals home game. Registration is not open to the public.

20: U.S. Marine Corps Day: The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

20: PLAY Clinic: Developed by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) in 2004, PLAY (Promoting a Lifetime of Activity for Youth) is designed to encourage youth throughout the country to be active, eat right, sustain a healthy lifestyle and stay away from performance enhancing drugs. During the clinic local youth participate in baseball training and receive lessons on health and conditioning from Nationals players and trainers. Registration is not open to the public.

22: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

23: DC Public Library Summer Reading: To celebrate DC Public Library's 2016 Summer Reading program sponsored by the Washington Nationals, players will visit various libraries for reading events.

August

5: U.S. Coast Guard Day: The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

5: Youth Baseball Academy Player Visit: To celebrate the end of the summer session at the Youth Baseball Academy, several players visit with the scholar-athletes at the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. The players serve as coaches, interacting with kids both in the dugout and on the field for pick-up games, and are present for the kids' final summer project presentations. The event is not open to the public.

6-7: Harris Teeter Food Drive: The Nationals collect non-perishable food items for the annual Harris Teeter Food Drive outside the Center Field Gate on August 8 and 9. Fans who donate at least four items will receive two tickets to a Nationals home game, while supplies last. All items collected benefit the Capital Area Food Bank.

12: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

14: Washington Nationals Dream Foundation Day: Fans will learn about the Dream Foundation's work in the community and fundraising initiatives during Dream Foundation Day at Nationals Park, when the Nationals host the Atlanta Braves.

27: Nationals School Supply Drive: The Nationals host a school supply drive on August 30. The Nationals encourage fans to bring new school supplies to the Center Field Gate to benefit D.C.- area students.

September

3: Inova Blood Drive: The Nationals and Inova Health System host two blood drives on June 25 and September 3. Fans who help save a life by donating blood receive two tickets to a Nationals home game as well as opportunities to take a behind-the-scenes tour of Nationals Park and win autographed memorabilia.

7: Harper's Heroes: Bryce Harper hosts Harper's Heroes before the Nationals take the field. In partnership with the Nationals and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Harper's Heroes is an ongoing program that treats families affected by childhood cancers to a fun-filled day at Nationals Park. The VIP experience includes a private meet and greet with Harper as well as a special batting practice viewing, T-shirts and tickets to the game, complete with NatsBucks.

9: Anthony's Academy All-Stars: Third baseman Anthony Rendon provides scholar-athletes from the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy the opportunity to enjoy a Nationals Baseball game. The group enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at team operations, a private meet and greet with Rendon as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets complete with NatsBucks.

10: Washington Nationals Champions Day Series (Youth Baseball): The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. Visit nationals.com/championsday for additional information.

10: Nationals/Inova Youth Baseball Clinic: In conjunction with Inova Health, the Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball. Children ages eight to 14 participate in the free clinics which include on-field instruction by the Nationals coaching staff, a meet and greet with a player and four tickets to a Nationals home game. Registration is not open to the public.

11: Patriotic Series - Heroes Day: Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members and their families. The Patriotic Series is presented by SAIC.

14: U.S. Air Force Day: The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the five branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

Washington Nationals Dream Foundation

Dream Foundation

Washington Nationals Dream Foundation

The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation and Washington Nationals Baseball Club are committed to community partnerships that improve the lives of children and families across the Washington Capital Region. A 501(c)3 charitable organization, the Foundation's three cornerstone programs focus on children's education, health and recreation.

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