Chicago Cubs Charities harnesses the passion of Cubs fans and improves the lives of children and families across Chicago and beyond. Our goal is to provide increased access to sports opportunities and target improvements in health, fitness and education for those at risk. We partner with the most effective programs and organizations to achieve positive impact and demonstrated results.
Through the generosity of Cubs fans, corporate partners and our Cubs Care partner, the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, Chicago Cubs Charities is proud to help support the people and organizations that make our city a great place to live, work and play.
The 8th Annual Race to Wrigley 5K Run took place Saturday, May 11, 2013 and benefited Chicago Cubs Charities and Lurie Children's Hospital. The run started and finished at legendary Wrigley Field where runners ran through Wrigley Field's ground level concourse, finishing under the famed Wrigley Field Marquee at Clark and Addison.
Runners set up personal fundraising pages to benefit Lurie Children's Hospital. New this year, top fundraisers had the opportunity to finish the race with a lap over home plate.
On April 11, join the 2013 Chicago Cubs players, coaching staff, owners and front office management for the third annual Bricks and Ivy Ball to benefit Chicago Cubs Charities. Guests will enjoy an elegant dinner, music, silent and live auction at Navy Pier.
Fans enjoyed this special opportunity to play catch in the outfield grass of Wrigley Field at Catch in the Confines. Families, friends and fans of all ages had the opportunity to spend 50-minutes throwing the ball in the outfield, running the bases, visiting the batting cage and chatting in the dugouts of beautiful Wrigley Field. Participant tickets received a commemorative t-shirt, photograph, baseball and lunch.
This August, join fellow cyclists on a 100 mile ride from Wrigley Field to Kenosha and back. Riders finish with a picnic and a party on the outfield grass at Wrigley Field. Proceeds from the Wrigley Field Road Tour help purchase bicycles for those without transportation in Africa as well as fund local programs through Chicago Cubs Charities. For ride registration information, please call 773-404-CUBS.
One lucky fan at each Cubs home game will walk away as the winner of a significant cash prize in this split the pot raffle. Fans may purchase 50/50 raffle tickets from uniformed Chicago Cubs Charities raffle ticket sellers starting two hours before the game until the middle of the sixth inning. The winning ticket will be announced at the top of the eighth inning and the winner will receive a check for half of the net proceeds from the game's raffle ticket sales that day. The other half will benefit Chicago Cubs Charities. For more information please call the Raffle Hotline at (773) 404-4726.
Take home Chicago Cubs and baseball memorabilia through the online MLB Auction. Check every two weeks for a new collection of items. All proceeds benefit Chicago Cubs Charities.
Planning a special day at Wrigley Field? Personalize your visit by purchasing a special message on the Wrigley Field centerfield scoreboard. Messages are posted in the middle of the 5th inning. Each message will only be displayed once, so be sure to have your camera out and ready!
Space is limited! Messages are sold for $85 on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend placing your order a minimum of five business days in advance of the requested game. Order your scoreboard message with an 8x10 photo for only $110, or with a downloadable file of your photo for $135! Proceeds benefit Chicago Cubs Charities.
To order a message, please call (773) 404-CUBS or place your order online following the link below.