Jays Care Foundation puts an emphasis on First Nations

One big lesson that Jays Care Foundation is teaching is to unite communities through baseball. (Submitted photo)

The Jays Care Foundation has been the primary charity of the Toronto Blue Jays, who have helped a number of community and youth to grow the game of baseball. One big emphasis they have is helping Indigenous communities through programs such as their Field of Dreams program and their Indigenous Rookie League. Helping 4,885 Indigenous children through their programs, Jays Care has put a huge emphasis on First Nations communities. Knowing that not everyone gets a fair chance, Jays Care wants to make things a bit more even for kids across Canada according to Jays Care Executive Director Robert Witchel. “We want to level out the playing field for youth across Canada and we’ve had the privilege to work with First Nations communities around the country,” he said. By building…

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