SABR

SABR Donor Program

The Society for American Baseball Research is an organization driven by individuals with a passion for baseball. Our organization wouldn't exist without all the time, effort and financial support provided to SABR by our members and nonmembers alike.

SABR's mission is to facilitate the dissemination and preservation of baseball research. In order to fulfill this mission, we rely not only on member dues but also donations.

If you support SABR and all the groundbreaking research our members have done and will continue to produce, please consider donating via our online options below. No amount is too big or too small. Every dollar goes toward helping all baseball fans learn more about the National Pastime and enjoy the game we love.

In addition, SABR is a 501(c)(3) organization and all donations to SABR are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

If you would prefer to donate to SABR via check, please send your check and a brief note describing the purpose of your donation to:

SABR
4455 E. Camelback Rd.
Ste. D-140
Phoenix, AZ 85018

Do you work for a matching grant corporation? Call (602) 343-6455 for details.

Another way you can help is to include SABR in your estate plans. Over the years, many members have mentioned that they plan to leave their baseball books and papers to SABR; this is an excellent way to be sure your baseball materials aren’t discarded. But it takes money for SABR to properly maintain its archives, so gifts of assets (cash, securities, an IRA, or a percentage of your estate) in your will are even more appreciated.

If you wish to include SABR in your estate plans, please contact Director of Operations Jeff Schatzki at jschatzki@sabr.org or (602) 343-6452.

We thank you for supporting SABR and baseball research in all its forms.

Individual Memberships start at just $45/year

Become A Member Today

When you join SABR you are making a statement of support for baseball history. You are joining a worldwide community of people who love to read about, talk about and write about baseball.