In honor of the inspiring life of Evan Michael Chambers and the L.O.V.E. principle that he lived by -- our organization teaches skills and lessons learned from the game of baseball and other life experiences to instill the values of self awareness, self control, faith, family and community.
Our goal is to help individuals and organizations recognize their ability to positively lift their lives and the lives of others in order to become compassionate leaders -- moving towards victory and excellence.
The younger generations have an incredible amount of influence surrounding them — from casual acquaintances at school to 24/7 relationships on social media.
We encourage the youth of today to focus on self-awareness, discipline, and keeping faith and family close to their hearts as they grow and, hopefully, change their world for the better.
A great work culture is like the dug out of a championship baseball team. It’s all about creating an environment that’s filled positive attitude, love and support. Living a life filled with L.O.V.E. is an expression of a life well-lived. It will fuel success and growth in this direction – both inside and outside of company time. The most successful companies today are the companies who cultivate growth in these areas.
We encourage employees and executives alike to bring personality, growth, compassion and positive energy into their daily work.
The Evan Michael Chambers L.O.V.E. Foundation partners with great organizations who share our focus and passion. We are proud to partner with the Foundation for Dreams, whose mission is to offer an exceptional camping experience for children with special needs and chronic illnesses ages 7-17.
Foundation programs focus on each child’s abilities, and are designed to strengthen social skills, self-esteem, and independence in a safe, barrier-free environment.
"Evan Chambers was a good young man who was liked and respected by most everyone he met. He worked hard, treated people right, and made those around him better for knowing him. He represented himself, his family, and our organization very well – and ultimately was what we all aspire to be here – a PRO."
“Evan Chambers was a leader in the way that he lived and in the way he cared about others. He dealt with everybody he encountered with grace and compassion. He was a true leader.”
"Evan Chambers lived life the right way and was as good as they come.”
"Chambo was a great guy and one of my favorite teammates."
"Beyond being just a talented ballplayer, Evan was a great teammate and a quiet leader who went about his craft as a professional every day."
"[Evan's] going to stay with me throughout me career ... no matter what I do. He's always going to be with me."