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White Sox Volunteer Corps


We are excited to embark on our seventh year of service and volunteerism. More than 6,200 fans have answered the call to service, and we appreciate your commitment to bettering the community. We look forward to an exciting season of service!

Our Mission
The White Sox Volunteer Corps was created to encourage fans and community-minded Chicagoans to join together and better their communities through service. The team organizes events that incorporate support from players, staff and members of the volunteer group to serve shoulder-to-shoulder to make a positive and lasting impact in our community.

Volunteer Opportunities
The Chicago White Sox recognizes opportunities including mass mobilized service days, food repacks and mobile pantries, book sorting sessions, park clean-ups and more. Our calendar of events is listed below, with more details for each to be sent via email. If you have any questions, ideas or comments, please feel free to email us at We'd love to hear from you.

2015 Calendar & Registration Details

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Monday, May 4 - Special Olympics Chicago Spring Games Opening Ceremony

8:30 am - 2:30 pm

  • The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities
  • Opening Ceremonies volunteers at 2015 Spring Games (Soldier Field) will help with the procession of the athlete parade
  • 50 slots open for Volunteer Corps
  • Click here to register for Special Olympics

Saturday, May 9 - City Year Chicago's 2015 White Sox Service Event

On Saturday, May 9, City Year Chicago and the White Sox Volunteer Corps will come together for a powerful day of service at Elliott Donnelley Youth Center (EDYC) in the Bronzeville community. EDYC, a Chicago Youth Centers neighborhood center, is located at 3947 S. Michigan Ave in Chicago. Our service work at the site will include painting, light construction and landscaping, and human service projects.

Volunteer registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the service day concludes with a Closing Ceremony at 3:00 p.m. Registration is now open and we need your help in reaching our goal of 200 volunteers. To be a part of this day of service, Corps members must sign up in advance by submitting an online volunteer registration form. For more information including times, project details and registration steps for May 9, please click here.

Sunday, May 10 - Susan G. Komen Chicago Mother's Day Race

6:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Susan G. Komen fights breast cancer through funding programs and education
  • Mother's Day Race for the Cure (Butler Field/Grant Park) volunteers will help at the finish line of the race
  • 10 slots open for Volunteer Corps
  • Click here to register for the Komen Mother's Day Race