Alyssa Milano Starts GoFundMe Page For Son’s Baseball Team

One of the left’s vocal supporters in Hollywood, actress Alyssa Milano, recently started a GoFundMe page for individuals to donate to her son’s baseball team trying to travel to Cooperstown, New York.

Milano’s requests for funds from her supporters come as she and her husband are worth over $10 million.

On X, formerly known as Twitter, the famed actress wrote, “My son’s baseball team is raising money for their Cooperstown trip. Any amount would be so greatly appreciated. You can read more about the team and make a donation here:”

Interestingly, on the GoFundMe page launched by Milano, the baseball team is not listed as the beneficiary. The actress’s husband is, according to RedState.

“Baseball is life and our teammates are our brothers. Baseball gives us purpose and we are driven to be our very best. In order to compete, we must raise funds,” a statement on the GoFundMe page states. “The Birds 12U team is coached by two great coaches and our team is diverse, hardworking and really good. We’ve won many championship rings.”

“We hope you will make a donation to keep our team competitive. Your donation will go to travel costs, uniforms, and dues for families. We also might use your donations for pins or novelty items to make our tournaments memorable experiences beyond the field,” the statement adds.

Considering that Milano earns millions of dollars for her role in Hollywood films, several X users condemned the actress for asking others to pay for her son’s baseball endeavors as Americans struggle under President Joe Biden’s economy.

“Millionaire Democrats begging for money for a kids trip while average Americans struggle to buy enough groceries,” one user wrote. “Bidenomics.”

“Please help the Bad News Bel Airs,” another user said.

Responding to criticism over her decision to ask for donations for her son’s baseball team, Milano took to X, laying out her monetary contributions to the team.

The actress said she’s paid for the baseball team’s uniforms and coaches, adding that she has thrown birthday parties and sponsored kids “who can’t afford monthly dues.”

To date, Milano’s GoFundMe page has raised $10,050, exceeding its initial goal of $10,000.

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