On and Off the Field, We are Committed to Our Community.
The commitment is to make sure if there is a need in our community, they can reach out to us. Learn more about our educational programs, food drives, scholarships, and more!
In 2020, 47% of Queens residents – approximately 1.07 million people – were immigrants born outside of the United States.
Nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers struggle with food insecurity.
The prevalence of children with obesity in the United States remains high. Nearly 40% of New York City public school children are overweight or obese.
New York ranks 32nd in literacy. In New York City, Queens has the highest percentage of students whose primary language is not English.
The average family spends $660 per child each year to participate in youth baseball and softball.
Community & Neighbors
Assist organizations who are focused on (i) access to affordable housing; (ii) employment opportunities; (iii) food insecurity; (iv) serving military and first responders; and (v) supporting underserved populations.
Youth & Education
Support development programs related to education and after-school care that help children and youth develop a strong foundation for future success.
Health & Wellness
Provides funding to organizations who enhance access to health and wellness programs.
Baseball & Athletics
Offer access and opportunities for underserved youth through baseball, softball and other athletics.
Individuals Facing Food Insecurity Supported & Fed
Turkeys Distributed During MetsGiving
Children provided with gifts during the holiday season
Youth impacted by AMF funded educational programs & scholarships
Individuals participating in AMF Health & Wellness services/programs
Youth athletes receiving athletic support through AMF funded programming
Pieces of Baseball, Softball, & Tee Ball equipment distributed to local little leaguers
The New York Mets invited 75 athletes from Special Olympics Florida to participate in the annual Spring Clinic for Champions. […]Read More