Humankindness Through Sports

Sport and recreation is not about winning, it's about helping build stronger, healthier, and safer communities. Dignity Health supports the values and foundation sports can bring and advocate projects which strengthen families and communities. Communities that participate in sport and recreation develop strong social bonds, are safer places and the people who live in them are generally healthier and happier than places where physical activity isn’t a priority. Wherever it goes, Dignity Health helps humankindness take root—from hospitals built on humanity to our work in surrounding communities.

Strike out bullying

Whether it's lending a hand to someone in need, or speaking up for what's right, young Junior Giants players learn how they can be a friend in their hometown.

Kids ask Giants' doctor tough questions

Our team doctors are entrusted to care for some of the world's best athletes, and they're the very same doctors who care for you and your family.

Baseball is full of big lessons

Meet Oona and find out how big league life lessons are reaching little leaguers everywhere. 

Baseball brings families and communities together

In Atwater, CA Jr Giants, past and present, share how the program has brought more than baseball to the community. Veronica Ibarra, a past Jr Giants player, explains how health and safety are just as important in her community as it is on the field.