The Home Run Challenge is a partnership between Major League Baseball and the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) that helps raise money to find a cure for prostate cancer. Baseball fans pledge a dollar amount for each home run hit starting June 1, culminating on Father’s Day, June 18.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation funds vital research in order to find a cure for prostate cancer. Over the years, PCF funding has been a major part of the most significant discoveries in the field of prostate cancer research.
The money raised from the Home Run Challenge goes directly to the Prostate Cancer Foundation to fund vital research in order to find a cure for prostate cancer.
Any donation over $0.50 is welcomed.
We will send you an email with your total the week after Father’s Day before charging your card. One-time donations are charged immediately.
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Last year, there were 241 home runs hit during the challenge. But this year, the challenge is 3 times as long. (The number of home runs hit last year during a similar time frame was 612.)
Call us at :
Or mail in donations to:
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Tax ID #95-4418411
The challenge is over after the last game on June 18 is complete.
Yes! Thanks to the generosity of our friends at MLB, every donor who makes a pledge in this year’s Home Run Challenge will be entered for a chance to win two free trips to this year’s MLB All-Star Game Weekend July 9 – 11 in Miami, FL, including airfare, hotel accommodations, and tickets to events throughout the entire weekend including FanFest, the Home Run Derby, the Celebrity Softball Game, and the All-Star Game!