Oracle Park

The Nonprofit Partnership Program at Oracle Park

Want to raise money for your favorite charity? Forget bake sales — think baseball games! Each season at Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, a portion of fans’ food purchases are donated to  local nonprofits in the Bay Area. Bon Appétit Management Company’s Nonprofit Partnership Program works with local community organizations to help them raise awareness and funds.

Volunteers at Oracle ParkHOW DOES IT WORK?
You commit that at least six volunteers from your 501(c)(3) nonprofit will operate a concession stand (or several!) at Oracle Park for a minimum of eight SF Giants home games. Volunteers earn a commission for their nonprofit at each game. The more you volunteer, the more nonprofit funding we provide!


“I always love coming to Oracle Park for the baseball games and events… I have to say my favorite aspect about volunteering is getting to know other [volunteers] on my team! We have a lot of fun and camaraderie during the course of the day/evening.”



What documentation do I need to provide to sign up for the program?
You’ll need to provide your nonprofit status verification, a signed contract, and a completed W9.

Will there be volunteer training?
Yes! We train staff on-site at the ballpark before the event, including counting inventory, counting cash, operating registers, customer service, etc. Training typically takes 1.5 hours. All stand managers must attend, but not all staff.

How old do I have to be to volunteer?
Volunteers must be at least 18 years old.

How long will we volunteer during a baseball game?
Volunteers will work for approximately 4.5-7 hours. After volunteers are trained and fully understand stand management, there is opportunity for more flexible shifts. Volunteers receive one complimentary meal and set breaks during each shift.


Want to learn more? Contact our Nonprofit Partnership Program Manager.