Meet Matt Stoltz

Matt Stoltz
Matt StoltzMatt in Seattle before leaving April 6th!
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tarting opening day in Seattle on April 6th 2015, Matt will be riding solo and unsupported for the 11,155 mile journey to all 30 MLB ballparks. Along his ride Matt will be raising money and attention for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Milwaukee and Biking for Baseball.

A 22 year old Wisconsin native and proud Badger, Matt has a history of crazy charitable endeavors but nothing to the scale of 6 months on the road and 11,000 miles on the bike. And he needs your help and encouragement!

The Ride By the Numbers

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Matt Definitely Needs Your Help

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Like, tweet, share, follow, and cheer on Matt as he pushes through the summer! 11,000 miles is a long way, trust us he needs your support.

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Where Does My Donation Go?

All of your donations go directly to mentoring programs!

Matt personally covered the entire cost of his 2015 ride. All donations taken in are split between Biking for Baseball and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee to go towards program costs.

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Every donation goes a long way to help Matt bike all 30 and make a greater impact with the kids and mentors of the greater Milwaukee area!

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Updated 8/31/15

Biking For Baseball is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit charity. All contributions are tax deductible.
Contributions of over $200 will receive a tax receipt for their records.

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Go be a great influence in a kids life! Its not hard to do and just a few hours a month can go a long way to helping make a huge influence in a kids life. Need help getting started? Check out these awesome organizations or seek out a local mentoring organization in your town. They’ll love to hear from you we promise.

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