I have loved the sport of baseball my whole life and I'm really dedicated to it. I never realized just how lucky I have been, that I get the equipment that I need and a new uniform at the start of each season. Baseball has taught me so much. I have not only learned the game but also about good sportsmanship and being a supportive team player. Baseball makes me feel happy, confident and strong. As I become a Bar Mitzvah, I will be working with an organization called "Pitch In for Baseball" (PIFB) who provides new and gently used baseball and softball equipment to boys and girls in the United States and around the world who want to play ball but don't have the equipment to do so. If you have balls, bats, gloves, catcher gear, cleats, helmets, hats, jerseys, belts -- pretty much anything you no longer need or use, please consider donating - i will even come and pick it up if possible. I will collect as much equipment as I can and bring it to the PIFB warehouse in PA for them to send out to those in need. If you don't have any equipment, you can still help out, as I will also be raising funds that PIFB will use to purchase any equipment needed, that is not in their collection warehouse. I want to help other players, all over the world, to have what they need to enjoy the game the way I do. Thank you in advance for helping me make baseball dreams for others come true.