The Angels Baseball Program has, and continues to aid in the athletic and personal development of youth baseball players. Thanks to individuals like you, we are able to minimize, and in some cases, eliminate the costs of our services for the parents of the kids. We operate as a 501(c)(3) organization and rely on charitable donations to fund our services.
Below are services we provide throughout the year at no cost to youth that want to register. Or, organizations can elect to implement these services for kids in their programs at any time.
Donations we receive throughout the year fund these programs.
The Youth Development Program serves as the flagship service for the Angels Program. Each program has a central theme (ex. Habits, Leadership, Goal Setting) that challenges the way kids think and act.
“In the summer of 2018, our Linkages to Learning Program at Summit Hall Elementary started a partnership with the Angels Baseball organization to offer summer camps to underprivileged children in our community. Jason Aquilante, its president, wanted to reach out to children in vulnerable communities, like ours, to help them learn life skills that improve their quality of life.
In the Angels Baseball summer camps, Mr. Aquilante and the Angels staff, through sports activities and lectures, have been teaching and influencing Summit Hall children to make positive/healthy choices regarding their physical and mental well-being (e.g., healthy eating, exercise, self-control, helping others, setting goals, etc.) This is leading to positive choices, better attitude, and less negative behaviors referrals in the children who have participated in the camps and who look up to Mr. Aquilante and the Angels staff like positive role models.
I have great appreciation for the valuable work that the Angel’s organization has been doing in our Summit Hall community. The Angels Baseball organization has been doing a remarkable job in investing time and resources to brighten children minds and to teach life skills that help them navigate in life and have a better future.”
– Ana Schmitz, Linkages to Learning Site Coordinator for Summit Hall ES
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