WHEN YOU PLAY,
Draft your team and play ball at historic Fenway Park!
And support ABCD youth programs.
Fenway Park June 30, 2023
Free Fenway Park
Play on the
Fenway Park Field
Use of the Home
and Away Dugouts
Thanks to the generosity of Boston Red Sox owners John Henry and the Fenway Sports Group and President & CEO Sam Kennedy, ABCD welcomes businesses, service organizations, and groups of friends to play the game of their lives at Fenway Park!
Proceeds from this one-of-a-kind sports event benefit young people in Greater Boston who face the harshest social and economic barriers—and who have all the potential in the world.
To live out your dreams at Fenway, your team donates $20,000 — a true investment in young people who have their own dreams of a happy and successful life.
Cosgrove, Eisenberg & Kiley, P.C.
Director of Development
Massachusetts Bar Foundation
WHAT'S IT LIKE
TO PLAY AT
Supporting Boston Youth
Event proceeds support ABCD SummerWorks, a youth development program that provides a paid job, career development, and mentoring to help under-resourced young people build a better future.
Youth are placed in a paid internship at a partner worksite and is open to income-eligible Boston residents ages 14 to 21. To learn more about the program or to refer a youth please visit our website.
SIGN UP YOUR TEAM!
Don’t miss out on the rare opportunity to play like the pros at Boston’s fabled venue, Fenway Park, while changing the lives of young people who are ready to face down obstacles and build a better future!
ABCD Events Team
Contact Us today!
Volunteer at Fenway
How would you like an inside look at historic Fenway Park while helping the iconic ABCD Field of Dreams charity event run like clockwork?
We are seeking volunteers to join us at Fenway Park. Your efforts will help us continue to deliver resources and opportunities to disadvantaged teens and young adults in communities across Greater Boston.
More details to come!
Field of Dreams got its start in 1999 when the Boston Red Sox generously opened Fenway Park to ABCD so that everyday dreamers could swing big at the plate, dart around the bases, and dive for a line drive on the storied field – for a great cause.
This event is made possible through the kindness and dedication of ABCD longtime friends such as Event Co-chair, Lew Eisenberg and Red Sox Vice President/Community, Alumni and Player Relations Pam Kenn. In the past two decades, the benefit softball tournament has raised over $5 million for the ABCD SummerWorks program.