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50/50 Raffle

Collective fundraising for maximum community impact

Baseball is back! Nationals Philanthropies seeks to bring an integral part of the in-game experience to Nationals fans watching at home: the 5050 fundraiser. Fans can continue to be a force for good, now from the comfort and safety of their own homes. For the 2020 season, the 5050 Raffle is modified to meet the needs of the community as well as adapt to a new online format. Nationals Philanthropies will choose a different charity partner for each series. Fans can make a tax deductible donation as a show of support, with 50% of the total funds raised during the series granted to the partner and 50% benefiting the year-round programming and community impact work of Nationals Philanthropies.

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New York Mets series (September 24-27, 2020)

For the final 5050 Fundraiser of the 2020 season, Nationals Philanthropies has selected ZiMS Foundation, founded by Ryan Zimmerman as the benefiting partner. Half of all funds raised between September 24 - 27 will be granted to help aid in the treatment and ultimate cure of MS by funding comprehensive support and educational programs. Over the last 13 years the Foundation has raised more than $3,500,000. In response to COVID-19, Ryan and Heather have raised over $400,000 for Pros for Heroes, a relief fund to help aid and feed frontline healthcare workers.
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50/50 Fundraiser

The first 100 donors of $100 or more during the September 24-27 series 5050 Fundraiser benefiting ZiMS Foundation will receive a special edition Washington Nationals World Series art print by Art of Words. This Ryan Zimmerman Word Art was handwritten with the date, score and opponent of every game from the Nats 2019 season. Print measures 16″x20″. Support the 5050 Fundraiser today!

 

 


 

3.2M

total jackpot for the 5050 raffle since 2017.

1.7M

raised for Nationals Philanthropies and other charities since 2017.

119k

record 5050 Raffle jackpot set during the 2019 World Series.