Magical Builders has assisted with numerous charitable renovation projects for several organizations, including Major League Baseball and multiple professional baseball teams across the United States. For organizations and individuals who desire to make a significant impact in their community by funding a charitable construction or renovation project, Magical Builders assists the donor in accomplishing the vision to make the biggest impact possible. Magical Builders frequently acts as the primary liaison between the donors, the beneficiary, the construction team, and volunteers. Magical Builders is involved in all aspects of the project, including solicitation of donated labor and supplies, community relations, coordination of volunteer days, and event planning.
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ABOUT MAGICAL BUILDERS:
Magical Builders™ is based on the philosophy that with the vision and talent of our children, we can greatly improve our communities and ourselves by working together for a common good. Magical Builders effectuates this principle by renovating the facilities of non-profit organizations nationwide.
Past Projects of the Magical Builders™ Program Include:
• 2015 MLB All-Star Renovation (Cinncinnati, OH) - Magical Builders worked closely with MLB and the Cincinnati Reds to renovate the 7 Hills Neighborhood Houses, which is a non-project focusing on education and child development, serving over 3,500 people annually in the West End since 1961; and the renovation of the All-Star Complex at Meinken Field.
• 2013 MLB All-Star Renovation (New York) - Magical Builders partnered with Major League Baseball and the New York Mets to facilitate the following projects:
Renovation of Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens (Richmond Hill, NY) – Construction of a new 3,000 square foot Teen Center and Café, as part of an overall $11 million capital improvement program being undertaken by the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens.
FirstStepNYC Renovation Project (PS/IS 41 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY) – Renovation of an outdoor space at PS/IS 41, to be used by both the K-8 elementary school and FirstStepNYC, a new, innovative center for birth-5 education that launched by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Department of Education, and the Administration for Children's Services.
• 2012 MLB All-Star Renovation
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City, Independence Unit (Independence, MO) –The project helped the facility, which was in critical need of improvements due to its previous physical limitations, into alignment with state requirements, making the Leslie Unit annually eligible for subsidies to provide school-aged child care and food subsidies from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Operation Breakthrough Renovation (Kansas City, MO) – Renovations helped the Operation Breakthrough daycare center improve its after-school and summer enrichment programs for low-income families by creating classroom environments to increase the children’s ability to concentrate and learn.
Mulkey Square Park Field Renovation (Kansas City, MO) – Renovations to the baseball field in Mulkey Square Park, which is primarily used by the Guadalupe Center Youth Baseball program include the installation of a new irrigation system and scoreboard, infield and outfield maintenance, new infield skin, fencing construction and installation, backstops, dugouts and other improvements to the facility surrounding the field.
Satchel Paige Stadium Renovation (Kansas City, MO) – Renovations included the installation of a new irrigation system and scoreboard, infield and outfield maintenance, fencing construction and installation, backstops, dugouts and other improvements to the general facility surrounding the field.
• 2011 MLB All-Star Renovation
• 2010 MLB All-Star Renovation (Anaheim, CA) Magical Builders partnered with Major League Baseball and the Angels Baseball Foundation to construct the MLB and Angels All-Star Complex at Pioneer Park, leaving a lasting legacy for the youth of Anaheim. The project, which was a part of the "Going Beyond" charity and community service theme for the 2010 MLB All-Star Summer in Anaheim, CA, consisted of the reconstruction of a youth baseball and softball field and the construction of a new Miracle League Field, that provides opportunities for special needs children to play baseball, including children in wheelchairs.
In addition, Magical Builders worked with Major League Baseball and the Angels Baseball Foundation to renovate the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana, CA. This project included the construction of a youth softball/baseball field, an interactive outdoor garden, landscaping, and renovations to the club's interior. The Santa Ana Boys & Girls Club serves approximately 1400 children each year and promotes the positive and healthy development of youth, especially from disadvantaged circumstances, by providing services in a safe environment that build the skills, civility and self-confidence necessary to succeed in a competitive world.
READ MORE ABOUT THE 2010 MLB ALL-STAR PROJECTS
* 2010 MLB All-star Project Video (MLB.com)
* MLB, Angels open two new fields in Anaheim
* MLB's Selig dedicates O.C. field for disabled
• 2009 MLB All-Star Renovation
Specifically, Magical Builders partnered with Major League Baseball and the St. Louis Cardinals to refurbish and "green-up" the Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club (Sportsmen's Park Unit) and the St. Louis Department of Parks Recreation & Forestry Youth Center (12th & Park Roller and Recreation Facility). Hundreds of volunteers participated in the overhaul and beautification of these locations and provided a lasting legacy for the thousands of children who are served by the facilities.
READ MORE ABOUT THE ST. LOUIS PROJECTS
• 2007 MLB All-Star Break, Boys & Girls Club Renovation
• 2006 MLB All-Star Break, Shadyside Club Renovation