Our Museum in Action
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a nonprofit organization that depends on the support and generosity of thousands of fans to fulfill our mission to preserve history, honor excellence and connect generations.
Together our dedicated supporters and staff ensure that our priceless collections are preserved for future generations and that visitors to Cooperstown enjoy a world-class museum, while those visiting us online have access to more than 200 years of baseball history.
These ongoing projects are just a few of the ways the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is being supported today.
To learn more about Our Museum in Action – what we’ve done together and what you can help us do – select the project of interest for more details.
Ty Cobb's Glove
Digitally Preserve Historic Photos of the Hall of Fame Class of 1972
Technology for Learning
Shoeless Joe's Shoes
Hall of Fame Digital Preservation Project
Ty Cobb Trophy
Joe DiMaggio's Glove
Rubber Sleeve Used by Sandy Koufax
Babe Ruth's Bowling Bag
Digitally Preserve Historic Photos of the Hall of Fame Class of 1936
Babe Ruth Spikes
Jackie Robinson Cap
AAGPBL Tunic: Kenosha Comets
AAGPBL Tunic: Rockford Peaches
AAGPBL Tunic: Kalamazoo Lassie
AAGPBL Tunic: Peoria Redwings
AAGPBL Tunic: South Bend Blue Sox
Generous support from baseball fans like you will help the Hall complete these projects and more, which continuing to advance our mission to preserve history, honor excellence and connect generations.
For more information, or to make a donation of any amount toward one of the projects, please contact Becky Ashe of our Development Team at 607.547.0310 or [email protected]