Sandlot Sloths, a new NFT project, has partnered with Major League Baseball’s Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Youth Program to launch its collection of hand-drawn sloths on the Ethereum blockchain. This collaboration aims to bring together a community of baseball fans while supporting underserved communities through charitable initiatives.
The Sandlot Sloths NFT collection offers various perks to token holders, including access to MLB games, free merchandise, cryptocurrency airdrops, exclusive giveaways, and a vote in how charity funds are distributed. By owning a Sandlot Sloths token, fans can become part of a collective that shares a love for America’s pastime.
Founder Jonathan Levey, who has extensive experience in Minor League Baseball, expresses his passion for the sport and the goal to support young people from underserved communities. The project aims to build a community of baseball fans while providing opportunities for disadvantaged youth to play the game.
Early access to the Sandlot Sloths NFT minting is available to those who join the pre-sale access list. By minting a token early, individuals can enjoy a discounted price. The public mint begins on October 28.
Sandlot Sloths has also committed to donating a portion of the sales to the RBI program. 20% of all initial sales will be donated to provide access to baseball and softball league play for underserved communities. Additionally, 2% of all secondary sales from the Sandlot Sloths collection will be donated monthly. Token holders have fractional voting rights to decide how the funds are distributed and used by the program.
Major League Baseball’s Vice President of Baseball & Softball Development, David James, expressed gratitude for Sandlot Sloths’ support of the RBI program and acknowledged the positive impact it will have on underserved children and communities.
Sandlot Sloths is an exclusive baseball-focused community open to NFT token holders. The project offers unique perks, one-of-a-kind experiences, and the opportunity to vote on how charity funds are distributed. The founder, Jonathan Levey, is supported by Strategic Advisor Jarrod Parker, a retired Major League Baseball pitcher.
For more information about Sandlot Sloths and the RBI program, visit their respective websites.