Sports For All
DS High School Collection March 18-22, 2019
Your Used Equipment needed for Opening Day! Collection Bin will be located in the Athletics Office all week!
Everyone deserves a chance to play!
Youth sports offer hope and education to children everywhere. We hope the equipment provided by The Teammate Project will help school aged children to learn the true meaning of teamwork and other skills essential to achieving their dreams on and off the field.
We want to facilitate partnerships between those who have and those who need.
The Teammate Project is always looking for partners to extend our outreach programs. If you or your program could benefit from a donation, please contact us.
Individuals, schools and municipalities are encouraged to donate gently used baseball equipment to be passed along to underserved children.
We accept :
Dedication to Sports and
The Teammate Project was founded in 2010 to encourage youth sports in every community. Access to gently used baseball equipment opens the door for children everywhere to benefit from the power of sport. Playing baseball is at it's core fun for all ages, but teamwork also promotes social inclusion, development of leadership skills and encourages meaningful mentor relationships.
Born of a love of baseball and the regular equipment turnover in the suburbs of Boston, a 13 year old Joe Gately recognized an opportunity to collect the used equipment and get it into underserved communities with limited resources in the US and impoverished communities overseas.
Joe Gately continues his efforts now as a member of the Elon University Club Baseball Team in North Carolina. Jack Gately continues to support youth sports while at the University of Maryland through coaching local youth. The local collections and events are coordinated by youngest brother, Will Gately, a Dover Sherborn High School student and an active Dover Sherborn Youth Baseball volunteer. See Will at the Jameson Field Snack Shack and keep the equipment flowing to those in need!