Action Team: Throwback Thursday Edition

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Action Team: Throwback Thursday Edition

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Check out this #TBT 2006 Philadelphia @_ActionTeam clip featuring then @Phillies players http://3bl.me/qhkza4
Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 3:30pm

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Each year an increasing number of high school students across the U.S. are joining the Action Team national youth volunteer program.  When they join the Action Team, they’re joining a team that’s 50,000 strong, and one that includes Major League baseball players and students from Maine to Maui and points in between.  

For over 10 years the Action Team Captains have been making a positive impact in their communities through a variety of activities, including neighborhood cleanups, volunteering at senior centers, and hosting other charitable efforts.

Today we are throwing it back to the 2006 Philadelphia Action Team who met with Philadelphia Phillies player Jimmy Rollins and then Phillies player Shane Victorino to talk about the Action Team and their volunteer experiences.  #JoinOurTeam 

 

To view this video on our YouTube Channel click here: 2006 Philadelphia Action Team

ABOUT THE ACTION TEAM
In 2003, the Major League Baseball Players Trust and Volunteers of America created the Action Team National Youth Volunteer Program to recruit and train high school students to become volunteers in their communities. Major Leaguers help inspire and encourage high school students to serve as Action Team Captains, who in turn deliver an important message to their peers: volunteering is cool, fun and personally rewarding. 

To learn more about the Action Team program and the Players Trust visit: www.ActionTeam.org and www.PlayersTrust.org
To see more photos and videos like this visit the Action Team Gallery and the Action Team YouTube Channel.

 

Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Action Team | Community Engagement | Education | Fundraising | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Social Impact & Volunteering | after school activities | high school | inner city youth | jimmy rollins

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