The TwinsCare Tickets for Kids grant program brings underserved youth to Minnesota Twins regular-season baseball games at Target Field. The program distributes one-time annual grants of game tickets to nonprofit organizations serving youth and families. More »
We invite you to join players from the Minnesota Twins 1965 team, including Jim Kaat and Tony Oliva, on July 31 for a Championship Breakfast celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1965 American League champions in the Metropolitan Club at Target Field. More »
It could be your lucky day! At each home game, the Minnesota Twins will hold the Twins Split the Pot Raffle, benefiting the Twins Community Fund and the Ted Williams Museum. Raffle tickets may be purchased from gate open through the end of the sixth inning. More »
The Minnesota Twins organization helps support thousands of non-profit organizations each year by donating game tickets, memorabilia and other autographed items to assist those organizations in raising funds for their important causes. Donate »
The Fields for Kids program provides financial support to improve baseball and softball facilities for youth in the Upper Midwest and Southwest Florida.
As the first of its kind, the Play Ball! Minnesota collaboration is aimed at improving and getting more kids in the game.
The Minnesota Twins RBI program is operated in partnership with MLB, Twins Community Fund, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation.
Carl R. Pohlad Award
In 2014, pitcher Brian Duensing won the Carl R. Pohlad Award, which recognizes outstanding community involvement and on-field performance of one current Twins player or coach each season. More »