Sponsorships NOW Available!

Our 8th Annual Benefit — Now at Bat will return to the JW Marriott on Thursday, January 25th, 2018! This year’s event will feature some great NEW perks for the different sponsorship levels, including:
  • Night-of hotel rooms at the JW Marriott
  • Meet & Greet with MLB players
  • Valet parking passes
  • And if you secure a sponsorship before September 15th, you’ll be invited to a private VIP Party in November!

For more information, please check out our Sponsorship Brochure HERE!

Questions: Have a question about the Benefit? Contact Amanda Jackson at amanda.jackson@rbiaustin.org or (512) 537-7105.
Sponsorships: Interested in sponsoring our 2018 Benefit? View our Sponsorship Brochure and contact Amanda Jackson at amanda.jackson@rbiaustin.org or (512) 537-7105.
Auction/Raffle: Want to donate an item to our 2018 auction or raffle? Contact Amanda Jackson at amanda.jackson@rbiaustin.org or (512) 537-7105.

Our Seventh Annual RBI Austin Benefit — presented by the Street 16 Foundation and Honorary Chairs Lacey & Huston Street — was held on Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at the JW Marriott.  This annual event was one to remember! Recognizing Longhorn Legend Augie Garrido — the winningest coach in college baseball history — and featuring a concert by Grammy Award-Winning Reckless Kelly,  dinner and drinks, a cocktail reception, a live auction, and appearances by other special guests, it was an incredible evening benefiting last year’s 853 RBI Austin kids! KVUE Sports Anchor Shawn Clynch and News Anchor Quita Culpepper served as co-emcees at the JW Marriott Austin.

View our 2017 Now at Bat photos

Past Benefit Speakers:
2017 – Augie Garrido, Longhorn Legend
2016 – A.J. Hinch, Houston Astros Manager
2015 – Roger Clemens and Huston Street, MLB and University of Texas Legends
2014 – Reid Ryan, President of the Houston Astros
2013 – Cat Osterman, professional softball player & Olympic gold medalist, Jim Sundberg, Texas Rangers Sr. Executive Vice President
2012 – Brian Jones, CBS Sports Broadcaster, former NFL player
2011 – Augie Garrido, University of Texas Head Baseball Coach