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ASA/USA Softball

Through our vast collection of artifacts, the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum strives to educate the public about softball's rich history. Your support is critical to these efforts. 

The Hall of Fame Endowment Fund was established to ensure that the National Softball Hall of Fame has a future and is committed to educating people about the great former players and non players and the role they played in the development of the sport. 

Less than 400 people are members of the National Softball Hall of Fame. Your tax-deductible contribution helps the National Softball Hall of Fame continue its mission of educating, collecting and honoring as well as the preservation of the history of softball, the maintaining of present exhibits and purchase of new exhibits and possible expansion of the Hall of Fame building. 

The Endowment levels of giving are: $1,000, $500, $250, $100.00, $50.00, $20.00, $10.00 and $5.00. Those making a donation of $100.00 or more will receive a free gift from the Hall of Fame. Click here to make a donation.

Due to the volume of offers we recieve, we cannot accept the donation of an artifact without a completed artifact description form. This form must be filled out and mailed or emailed to Codi Warren. Please see our Mission Statement and Collections Management Policy to see what types of objects we will and will not accept. Once we have received your form, our staff will evaluate the object's potential and will be in contact with you as to whether or not we will be able to accept the donation. If your object is chosen, the donated material will be recommended to the Exective Director for consideration. Following the meeting a staff member will contact you regarding the next steps. 

For questions regarding Donations or the Endowment Fund, please contact Codi Warren at cwarren@softball.org

Please mail all potential artifact donation forms to: 
The National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum
2801 N.E. 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111