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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!
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In 2020, 47% of Queens residents – approximately 1.07 million people – were immigrants born outside of the United States.

During the height of Covid-19, about 50% of Black and Latino children attended school remotely compared to 20% of white children.

Nearly 40% of New Yorkers experience food hardship – where individuals often run out of food or do not have the financial means to pay for more.

56.4% of households in Queens county speak a non-English language at home, making Queens the most diverse county in all of the United States.

More than 70% of parents believe youth sports benefit their child’s mental and physical health, while 80% of parents believe youth sports help their child learn about discipline, dedication and how to interact with others.

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Individuals Facing Food Insecurity Supported & Fed
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Turkeys Distributed During MetsGiving
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Children provided with gifts during the holiday season
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Youth impacted by AMF funded educational programs & scholarships
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Individuals participating in AMF Health & Wellness services/programs
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Youth athletes receiving athletic support through AMF funded programming
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Pieces of Baseball, Softball, & Tee Ball equipment distributed to local little leaguers