What does Walk Off have in store for the next academic year?

  • Walk Off is bringing the local youth baseball world to Sans Souci with the inaugural Celebration of Baseball - tournaments for Under 8, Under 10, and Under 12

  • Expanding the free baseball leagues to other parks and associations while offering a discount for players returning from this year

  • More clinics to further our outreach in the community, with each kid continuing to get a glove to take home

  • Building more partnerships within the youth sports community to encourage participation, but also assist in marketing to parents

We’ve come a long way in a short time and we’re making a real impact on these children and their families.  We wouldn’t be here without your support!

In two years, Walk Off Charities has made massive strides in size and scope with its programs thanks to our donors!  Here’s the highlights from this past year:

  • FREE youth baseball leagues this spring for 200 children, each one getting their own glove, with 90 percent getting to play an organized season for the first time

  • More than 1,200 third graders have gone through our clinics as a field trip thanks to our partnership with Duval County Public Schools

  • Each child at the clinic received their own glove while being introduced to the sport by some of the top high school coaches in the area

  • Walk Off hosted its first high school baseball tournament in February, with eight teams competing at Sans Souci Park and the championship games were televised

  • Gave gloves and a new pitching machine to the youth baseball teams at Grand Park


Frank Frangie

Founder & President

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The Voice of the Jaguars, Frank is a livelong Jacksonville resident and member of the media for more than 35 years.

Dr. Shane Silver

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Shane is a successful chiropractor who began his practice in Miami in 1997 before returning to his hometown of Jacksonville and beginning a practice here in 2005.

Honorable Scott Wilson

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Wilson is a city of Jacksonville councilman representing District 4. A 40-year resident of Jacksonville who moved here as a child, grew up in the city and voted into office in 2015 and re-elected in 2019.

Tammie Talley

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The athletics director for all of Duval County middle and high school athletic programs.

Jamie Shelton

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One of the most active leaders in Jacksonville, Shelton is the President of bestbet after serving as the Chief Financial Officer.

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