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Throughout the 2023 season, St. Louis Cardinals pitchers Adam Wainwright, Miles Mikolas, Ryan Helsley and Steven Matz, infielder Tommy Edman, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and third baseman Nolan Arenado pledged donations to charity for every Cardinals win during the MLB’s regular season.
Wainwright donated to Adoption-Share, a nonprofit that’s leveraging technology to bring efficiency, innovation, and reform to the adoption process so that children in need of a home can be placed with loving families more quickly. Waino was inspired by his own experience as an adoptive father. Families in Missouri interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent can take steps today by clicking here.
Edman donated to the St. Louis Public Schools Foundation, which works to engage and focus local, regional and national support to promote educational success for St. Louis Public School District students. Edman comes from a family of teachers and knows just how much work goes into educating and caring for students.
Mikolas donated to the Crisis Aid U.S. Safe Program, which provides a women’s shelter in St. Louis. The shelter offers a critically needed holistic home and safe haven for American female survivors of sex trafficking. Crisis Aid is committed to helping youth who are at risk or caught in sex trafficking within our communities through one-on-one mentoring and support.
Goldschmidt donated to The Little Bit Foundation, a local nonprofit that aims to empower students to achieve their academic goals and dreams for the future by breaking down barriers to learning for students living in poverty. Goldschmidt will also donate to The Little Bit Foundation every time the Cardinals win during the postseason.
Helsley donated to Habitat for Humanity St. Louis, which provides local families living in substandard rental housing with the opportunity to help build and then purchase a home they can afford to maintain.
Matz donated to Backstoppers, a local nonprofit that provides ongoing financial assistance and support to the spouses and dependent children of first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Arenado donated to Ronald McDonald House, which provides a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children in the St. Louis area. Arenado also donated to Operation Food Search, a local hunger relief organization, for every double play he was part of during the regular season.