Students

The Clemente Community Challenge, developed exclusively for students like you in grades 6-8, is based on the life and achievements of Roberto Clemente, one of the greatest athletes and humanitarians of the 20th century. In addition to his achievements on the field as a professional baseball player, Clemente devoted much of his life to charitable causes.

After Clemente’s death in a plane crash in 1972, his family established the Roberto Clemente Foundation. The Foundation honors the legacy of supporting those in need through a wide range of service projects, with a mission of Building Nations of Good. Its newest program is one that you and your classmates can participate in—the Clemente Community Challenge.

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How to Participate in the Clemente Community Challenge

Be part of a student team, supervised by a teacher or adult advisor, that identifies a need or charitable cause, develops an action plan, and completes a school or community service project.

Honor one or more of Roberto Clemente’s core values through your service project.

Create a two-minute video documenting your service project that your teacher or advisor can submit to the Clemente Community Challenge.

Do Good, Have Fun, and Aim for the Grand Prize!

There are many outstanding reasons for you and your classmates to participate in the Clemente Community Challenge:

Be in the running for a Grand Prize:  Opening Day 2023 tickets to an MLB game, a $500 Savings Bond plus a Samsung tablet! Ask your teacher or adult advisor to submit your video using the Official Entry Form

For more details, visit the program Resources. Complete details are available in the Educator Guide.