2017 MGK Baseball Equipment Drive

102.9 MGK & your local XFINITY Stores have teamed up to give the gift of baseball to local kids and leagues in need.

Bring your new or gently used gloves, bats and balls to our drop off points at these XFINITY Store locations:

- King of Prussia Town Center - 130 Town Sqare Place, King of Prussia, PA 19406
- Roosevelt Mall -  2329 Cottman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149
- Centerton Square in Mount Laurel -  42 Centerton Rd, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054
- Willow Grove - 2510 W Moreland Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090
- Exton at the Main Street at Exton - 106 Bartlett Ave, Exton, PA 19341
- Town Place at Garden State Park - 941 Haddonfield Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
- Havertown - 116 W Township Line Rd , Havertown, PA 19083
- Market Square Wilmington - Market Square Shopping Center, 5601 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803
- Aramingo - 3903 Aramingo Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19137
- Columbus Blvd - 1351 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Our friends at Pitch In For Baseball will get it to kids and leagues who need it.  Meet the kids you are helping.

Special Collection Appearances

The MGK DJs & Phillies legends Tommy Greene & Ricky Bottalico will be making special collection appearances at the stores listed above. Get the dates and times on our Event Page.

Get A Phillies Legend To Appear At Your League's Opening Ceremony

Single family donations are encouraged or make a donation in the name of your league (baseball or softball).  The league with the largest donation gets to have Phillies legend Tommy Greene appear at their Opening Ceremony.  See contest rules.

Make An Online Donation To Help Kids In Our Area Play Ball

If you're not able to make it out to one of our donation locations, you can make an online donation to our partners, Pitch In For Baseball. Your donation will assist them in providing baseball and softball equipment to boys and girls who want to play ball but lack the equipment to do so.  Over the past 9 years, Pitch In For Baseball has donated more than $4 million worth of equipment to 500,000 under-resourced kids in nearly every state in the U.S. and 80 different countries internationally.