Updates from the Pedro Martinez Foundation
When Pedro Martinez was in Boston racking up strikeouts and becoming the best Major League Pitcher of all time, he understandably didn’t get to hang out with his fans too often. Martinez is definitely keeping busy after retiring from the game—he’s a special assistant to the Red Sox, a regular on-air baseball commentator, and cofounder of [..]
This week, Boston 25 News anchor Kerry Kavanaugh and Carolina visited their old stomping grounds at Boston College and talked about how her experiences there helped shape the work she’s doing to help children in her native country and here in Boston …read more
Pedro and the Pedro Martinez Foundation are proud to announce that we are now taking applications for runners for the second year!
Our third annual Feast With 45 fundraising event is scheduled for Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 12pm-4pm. 30 famous chefs in Boston will re-join us as they prepare delicious plates to help us raise money to support our work with at-risk youth. Get your tickets by clicking the link below
Watch highlights, smiles, and a heartfelt speech by Pedro Martinez during his Third Annual Gala in November 2018 to raise awareness and funds for the Pedro Martinez Foundation.
Pedro Martinez on 2004 vs. 2018 championship teams: ‘Big Papi told me to never say that’ originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com.
In terms of every measurable statistic, the 2018 Red Sox were one of the best teams of all time.
It’s been a whirlwind week for the world champions, but Friday night many were on the red carpet helping to raise money for the Pedro Martinez Foundation, which builds schools and benefits children in the Dominican Republic
Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez signed autographs and took pictures Friday night at his Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala at the Mandarin Oriental in Boston. The event was the place to be, with several Red Sox players in attendance fresh off of the team’s World Series win. “It is exciting but I’m tired, I’m so tired! [..]
Before taking off for Puerto Rico on Saturday, Red Sox manager Alex Cora and a small group of players took their ongoing World Series party to the Mandarin Oriental Boston on Friday night, attending a glitzy gala hosted by retired ace Pedro Martinez.
Hall of Fame Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez and his wife, Carolina, have spent the last 11 years working to help children in the Dominican Republic.
BOSTON — Thursday’s Wake Up Call comes from the Pedro Martinez Foundation …more info:
Pedro and Carolina have been busy! As more than 45 of the best chefs in Boston prepare for a night at Fenway Field, Pedro and Carolina have had the opportunity to share about the second annual fundraising event. Check out some of the wonderful coverage that is spreading the word about the event. Tickets are [..]
We are so honored every year to do a toy drive for children! This year we had our annual toy drive on December 20, 2017, and were able to give 1250 children a toy and a delicious meal. Thank you for your support – enjoy a handful of photos from the joyous event.
In the aftermath of 2017’s Hurricane Maria, we came to the aid of our friends in Puerto Rico. Because of your generosity, we were able to gift much needed batteries and materials to support their recovery efforts and bring citizens much needed relief after a powerful storm. Thank you for your support!
We have three runners in the Boston Marathon this year. The marathon is this April 16, 2018 and will be held in the beautiful and historic city of Boston. Please support our runners by donating on their Crowdrise page. All donations will be supporting the work we do with children and families in the United [..]
The Pedro Martinez Foundation had an amazing Gala event on Friday, November 3 2017 in Boston at the Colonnade Hotel. It was a star studded night and all for a great cause to help children in need.
We recently held a summer camp for our kids, providing a festive, fun atmosphere where carefree play could happen that built self esteem, community and anticipation for the long summer days!