Sponsoring East Chatham Baseball Little League

ECB LL is a community-based, non-profit organization that is 100% run by volunteers.  We are dependent upon the generosity of our sponsors to help offset the costs of running the league and are always looking to establish partnerships with local organizations that would be mutually beneficial.  

Currently, ECB LL offers three main ways for sponsors to support the league throughout the season. Funds from these sponsorship's help ECB LL provide uniforms, equipment, field maintenance, umpires and other infrastructure needs for the league's operations. With the help of our generous sponsors, we aim to provide high quality recreational baseball to the youth of our Little League service area while keeping registration fees affordable.

1. Player Scholarships - Help us ensure that all interested youth have the opportunity to play baseball this by funding a player scholarship. Your support may enable a child to enjoy the game of baseball this season that otherwise may not have the chance to play due to financial reasons.  

2. Team Sponsorship's - One of the best ways to support ECB LL is serving as a team sponsor. The teams will be named after there respective sponsor and the name of your business, service or organization on the back of a team's jerseys for one season giving you exposure to nearly 300 families involved with ECB LL as well as the surrounding community.

3. "Fill the Fences" Sign Sponsorship's - Show your support for ECB LL throughout the year with our sign sponsorship program. Signs are posted along the outfield fences of our main game fields at Pittsboro Elementary School (EC & Pitt Fields) and also at North Chatham Elementary (Farrell Field). 

Click here to learn more or sign up as a Sponsor.

Email us at [email protected] with any questions. Thank you for your support!


East Chatham Baseball Little League is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. ECB LL is not financially supported by any government agency and relies on the donations from its supporters to fund the organization.

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