SABR Donor Program
Please select from the following options in order to restrict your donation to a specific SABR fund:
- Donate to the SABR General Fund
Click here to support SABR’s overall operations via the General Fund.
SABR Endowment Fund
Click here to support SABR's Endowment Fund. Your contribution will be used to help stabilize SABR’s long-term financial future.
SABR Research Resources Fund
Click here to support the SABR Research Resources Fund. Your contribution will be used to cover expenses related to SABR’s numerous research committees as well as the purchase and maintenance of research tools (e.g., microfilm, lending library, web-based resources).
Ross Adell Fund
Click here to support the Ross Adell Fund. This fund provides the resources for a welcome reception for all first-time attendees (although all are welcome to attend) at the annual convention. The fund was created to honor the memory of longtime SABR member and trivia champion Ross Adell.
Negro Leagues Baseball Grave Marker Project
Click here to support the Negro Leagues Baseball Grave Marker Project. Your contribution will be used to help locate the gravesites of former ballplayers from the Negro Leagues and adorn them with proper headstones. Directed by SABR member Jeremy Krock, with the support of SABR's Negro Leagues Committee, the NLBGMP has been featured recently in the Chicago Tribune, on NBC Nightly News and on ESPN.com. Visit nlbgmp.com to learn more about the Project.
Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference
Click here to support the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference, organized by SABR's Negro Leagues Committee. Your contribution will be used to fund the only symposium dedicated exclusively to the examination and promotion of black baseball history. The conference is open to baseball and history fans of all ages. Monies are also targeted to donate books to schools or libraries; and to award scholarships to high school seniors in essay and art contests. Visit SABR.org/malloy for more information on the Malloy Conference.
- Houston Chapter book
The Larry Dierker/Houston SABR Chapter is writing a 400-page hardback book covering the history of all forms of baseball in the Houston, Texas area starting prior to the Civil War, running through the original local formation of organized baseball in 1861 and progressively moving forward to 1961, the final year of minor league ball in the city. The book will cover minor league, college, amateur, Negro, women's and night baseball. Publication slated for spring 2014, before the SABR 44 convention in Houston.
We thank you for supporting SABR and baseball research in all its forms.