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Brett Carroll

Autographs for Kids

Brett Carroll

Miami Marlins Outfielder Brett Carroll has partnered with the Miami Marlins Community Foundation for "Autographs for Kids".

Through this program, Brett autographs fans' baseball cards and photographs through the mail in exchange for a donation to the Miami Marlins Community Foundation. All of the funds collected through this program by Brett are used for the Foundation's grant program. The three elements of the Cornerstones for Kids grant program support education, the arts and baseball/softball initiatives.

Fans who wish to participate in the Autographs for Kids program should send their baseball cards or photographs (not larger than 8x10) along with a check (made payable to the Miami Marlins Community Foundation). Donations can also be accepted via credit card by calling (305) 623-6497. Please refer to the chart below for pricing options:

Donation (per item)
Baseball Card - $10
Photograph - $20
Inscription - $10 (Personalized signature on item)

Note: Please include a self-address stamped envelope with your request or an additional $5 donation for your item to be returned.

All items, along with the donation, return address, and inscription instructions (if applicable) should be mailed to the following address:

Miami Marlins Community Foundation
Attn: Autographs for Kids
2267 Dan Marino Blvd.
Miami, FL 33056

Fans should keep in mind there is always a risk involved in sending items through the mail. Although precautions will be taken, the Miami Marlins L.P., Miami Marlins Community Foundation and Sun Life Stadium are not responsible for lost or damaged items. Please allow four to six weeks for your item(s) to be signed and do not send items other than baseball cards or photographs.

Thank you for supporting the Cornerstones For Kids programsÂ…building a brighter future through education, the arts and baseball.