The Ezra Schwartz Memorial Baseball Tournament is being sponsored by the Schwartz family via the Ezra Schwartz Memorial Fund, the Maimonides School and through private donations from individuals and local businesses.

We are asking businesses in the area to help out in any way possible to sponsor our event. Click here for a copy of our business letter. Maimonides School’s Tax ID Number: 042103810

For credit card donations, click on button below:

Please send donations via check to:
Maimonides School
Attention: Ezra Schwartz Memorial Baseball Tournament
34 Philbrick Road
Brookline, MA 02445

***Please be sure to include “ESMBT” in the memo/note section of your check.

Donations via check please kindly complete the below link:
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The Ezra Schwartz Memorial Fund was established to aggregate some of the various donations being made in Ezra’s memory. Any donated funds will be recommended to be granted to a charitable project that will serve as a fitting legacy to Ezra’s life and pursuits.

For those wishing to donate directly to the Ezra Schwartz Memorial Fund, you may donate online via credit card, click here or by sending a check to the Jewish Communal Fund 575 Madison Ave., Suite 703, New York, NY 10022, and either way, be sure to indicate in the memo portion of your check or in the online form that the contribution is for the Ezra Schwartz Memorial Fund. The Jewish Communal Fund is a 501(c)(3) charity, and all donations are tax deductible. If you need additional assistance with making donations to the Fund or if you have any questions, you may visit https://www.jcfny.org/choosing-jewish-communal-fund/ways-to-contribute/ or call 212-752-8277 for assistance.

We would love to include as many people as possible and encourage all who can to attend games, volunteer or sponsor part of the event.

Ari and Ruth Schwartz

Ezra, #2. Joseph #10 – 2014

Dedication and ground breaking for…A field for Ezra in Ra’anana, Israel Janhart 2020! Aaron Weinstock, Uriel Cohen, Eitan Traum and Ami Katz former Maimonides Varsity Baseball players- graduated in 2019. Jeremy Bleich (center) MLB pitcher and Israel Baseball team member (friend of Schwartz)