Minnesota Twins legend Joe Mauer will be among the participants in next weekend’s Swing For Impact event at Topgolf in Brooklyn Center.

The event — 6:30 p.m., Aug. 4 at Topgolf, 6420 N. Camden Ave. — benefits the Twins’ All Win campaign. Even if you don’t enjoy golfing, this is a fun night to hang out with Twins players for local charities. Entry to this VIP event includes food and drinks, as well as the chance to win autographed items in a silent auction.

A variety of Twins and Twins alumni will be on hand, joining fans in the fun:

  • Kyle Gibson
  • Jake Odorizzi
  • Trevor May
  • Taylor Rogers
  • Jason Castro
  • Joe Mauer
  • Tim Laudner
  • Jesse Crain
  • Glen Perkins

Our last Swing For Impact event, featuring Big League Impact co-founder Adam Wainwright near St. Louis, raised more than $51,000 for the Cardinals’ All Win campaign.

The Twins, currently sitting atop the American League Central, have pledged to donate with each win for these great causes:

  • Pitcher Kyle Gibson: The Sheridan Story (Battling child hunger) & Tandem (Support for at-risk mothers and children)
  • Pitcher Taylor Rogers: Rogers Family Foundation (Mental health for first responders in Minnesota & his home state of Colorado)
  • Pitcher Trevor Hildenberger: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities 
  • Catcher Jason Castro: The Sheridan Story
  • Pitcher Trevor May: Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
  • Outfielder Byron Buxton: Minnesota Military Family Foundation (Support for families of military personnel)
  • Pitcher Jake Odorizzi: Animal Humane Society

These are charities chosen by the players, who have a personal connection to these causes. For instance, Trevor May has been a champion for adaptive gaming, and recently visited Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare to play Fortnite with a child who has cerebral palsy. Taylor Rogers’ original dream was to become a firefighter, continuing the proud family tradition for a 5th generation. The All Win campaign allows him to use his platform as a Major League Baseball player to help first responders in Minnesota and Colorado.

The event also benefits Help One Now’s efforts to save at-risk children in Haiti.

Sign up for Swing For Impact today!

(image via Keith Allison)