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Dodgers: Will Smith Partners with LADF for Charity Auction

Dodgers world champion catcher Will Smith and his wife Cara are partnering up with the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation on a charity auction to benefit UCLA Health’s “Sound Body Sound Mind,” promoting self-confidence and healthy lifestyles in today’s youth.

Up for auction are game-used items from a May 11th win over the Seattle Mariners, along with autographed memorabilia.

Here’s more from an official press release.

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and Catching Hope – The Will & Cara Smith Foundation have partnered together to support UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind and net proceeds from this auction will provide 1,000 at-home PE Kits to students in Inglewood. Fans can text HEALTH to 41623 to support or can bid on autographed and game-used memorabilia on during this special auction running through 5/21 that features game-used and autographed catcher’s gear, cleats, bats and jerseys from Will Smith, Justin Turner, Chris Taylor, and Blake Treinen from the May 11th game vs Seattle.

Of the items up for auction are authentic, game-used catcher’s gear used by Will Smith, along with batting gloves, and bat, and more. Plus fans can bid on a meet and greet with the Dodger catcher. 

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UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind is an organization dedicated to fighting childhood obesity by providing underserved physical education classrooms with comprehensive and state-of-the-art fitness programs in middle and high schools across Los Angeles. These programs also include a full physical education curriculum, nutrition curriculum and professional development for teachers and staff.

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