WELCOME TO TBW CHARITIES, INC.

Orioles Hall of Famers Ken Singleton and Al Bumbry, 1983 World Champion Bill Swaggerty and former MLB pitchers and TBW coaches Jay Witasick and Adam Butler answer questions from fans in attendance at the banquet on April 28th.

TBW Charities would like to thank all of the participants, sponsors, celebrities and Greystone Golf Course for another very successful golf outing on April 28th. We raised thousands of dollars to put back in to the baseball community and will be providing team sponsorships, equipment donations and free camps and coaching clinics.

TBW Charities, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3)non-profit organization. Contributions can be made in the form of cash, check, securities or real estate.
​Check with your accountant or tax advisor what is best for you. All checks should be made payable to TBW Charities, Inc. and sent to:

TBW Charities, Inc.
​PO Box 587
Bel Air, MD 21014

UPCOMING EVENTS

Improving Lives and Communities Through Baseball

TBW CHARITIES, INC.


TBW Charities, Inc. was established to bring the love, lessons and the benefits of the game of baseball to underprivileged, disadvantaged and deserving young men.

Baseball is a great game. We want young men who come through our program to respect the game, to be successful in the classroom, successful workers, be physically fit and productive members of society. Through baseball these young men will learn hard work, discipline, mental toughness, team work, accountability and how to face and overcome adversity.

The goal of TBW Charities, Inc. is simple, we want to better lives and communities through baseball. TBW Charities, Inc. benefits leagues, high school programs, individual players, coaches, parents and families throughout the state of Maryland by:

  • Providing college scholarships
  • Providing camp & clinic scholarships
  • Donating equipment to leagues, high schools & individuals
  • Improving baseball fields throughout the state
  • Mentoring
  • And most importantly ...FUN!

"You owe it to yourself to be the best you can possibly be - in baseball and in life."