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Miracle League LogoName: Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley

Designation: 501(c) (3) non-profit

Founded: 2006

Mission:
The Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley was created to serve a growing population of children with special needs. Through the efforts of a dedicated board and a caring community, children with disabilities will be able to participate in a baseball league of their own starting in the summer of 2006.

Location:
5858 Sell Road, Schnecksville, (Heidelberg Township), Pennsylvania (Rte. 309 N, approximately 9 miles from Route 22).

Administrative Location:
4460 Park View Drive, APT T8, Schnecksville PA 18078
Telephone: (610) 769-2096 Cell: (484) 707-5746

Program Partners Include:
Camelot for Children, Dream Come True, Easter Seals of Eastern PA, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, LifePath Inc., Northwestern Lehigh School District, Parkland School District, Cindy Miles & Associates

Park Details:
The Jaindl Family Park is located on approximately 5 acres in Heidelberg Township, Lehigh County. The parking area is circular in design for easy drop-off and pick-up of players, with multiple handicapped and van parking spaces available. Additional parking available on stabilized turf. The field is a state of the art baseball complex designed specifically for children with special needs. The field is a cushioned synthetic turf to prevent injuries and easy mobility around the bases without obstruction. The dug-out, concession stand, restrooms, and first-aid all are wheelchair accessible. All surfaces are completely flat to eliminate any barriers to wheelchairs, crutches and braces. The field has lights for both day and evening games.

Fundraising Goal:
Projected at $1.57 million including donated land and site development, capital construction, start-up operating costs, in-kind gifts, first year operating funds and endowment.

Executive Director:
Kate Miller

The Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley does not discriminate on the basis of gender,
race, creed, national origin, sexual orientation or handicap as defined by law.