Our Roots & Our Mission
Touch 'Em All is a grassroots, non-profit organization created in 2019 in an effort to help give baseball players from the Triad region of North Carolina the opportunity that many take for granted. We realize not everyone can afford to play travel or showcase baseball, and not everyone can afford expensive lessons or specialized trainers. We also believe the simple act of playing this great game, whether a kid is "next-level material" or not, can have a positive and long-lasting impact on their lives. Money should not be an excluding factor in determining who plays our game and who doesn't, or who has the opportunity to advance to the next level and who doesn't.
Provide all kids the opportunity to play the game of baseball, regardless of location, socio-economic status, or perceived ability.
Assist local leagues and youth organizations in providing players with quality facilities and instruction.
Sponsor athletes who possess legitimate talent, display legitimate desire, but are limited by legitimate financial need.
Use baseball to touch lives by emphasizing the importance of faith, academic achievement, healthy life choices, hard work, and helping those less fortunate.
Claudine Woodard, Parent
Touch Em All is a fantastic organization for the community to come together for the game of Baseball. My son, Orlando really enjoyed meeting and practicing skills with new people. Along with physical aspect of the game, there was Faith integrated and prayer sowed into our lives. Thank God for the partnership! Looking forward to attend the next camp. Love This.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Braxton Davis, 2020 Graduate, SW Randolph HS
I appreciate you putting this (event) on and giving me the opportunity to showcase in front of other coaches.
Frank Maldonado, Head Coach, Greensboro College
Thanks, Touch Em All, for hosting such a great event.
Lincoln Hewett, Asst. Coach, Pfeiffer University
A affordable, well run event that gives kids an easy way to be seen by local colleges and universities.
“With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
John Barrow, Head Coach, GTCC
I thought your event was very well-run and well-organized, and it was most definitely worth my time in terms of the quality of players that were there. I absolutely look forward to attending future events and would highly recommend any high school player wanting exposure to get involved with your organization!