Making a difference
in the lives of Tampa youth

Project One Four is a charitable organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of youth.
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What We Do

Project One Four is a 501(c)3 public charitable foundation that dedicates every dollar donated back to youth organizations. 
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How We Do It

We  promote growth for the youth in our communities through hosting events, auctions and your direct donations. 
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Who Is David

MLB pitcher, David Price founded Project One Four with the belief that change begins with childern who have the right resources to grow. 


Tampa Bay Rays

Price made his first major league start with the Rays on September 22, 2008 against the Baltimore Orioles. He was the winning pitcher in Game 2 of the 2008 ALCS agaist the Boston Red Sox, earning a post-season victory before winning a regular season game. Price recorded the final four outs in Game 7 of the 2008 ALCS, earning his first career save and eliminating the defending champion Red Sox.

The Project One Four Impact

We are proud to make our mark on Middle Tennessee by helping organizations bring their vision for their community to life. We sponsor hard-working, dedicated organizations that make an impact on children’s lives by providing a supportive environment to help them to grow and learn. Help us create positive, lasting change by giving today.


Since 2008
We’ve Donated
Freddie Freeman Autographed MLB Baseball
Team: Atlanta Braves
Autographed By: Freddie Freeman
Item Type: Baseball
Starting Price: $60
JSA AA56672 signed baseball
Ozzie Albies Autographed Baseball
Team: Atlanta Braves
Autographed By: Ozzie Albies
Item Type: Baseball
Starting Price: $60
JSA AA56669 signed baseball
Ronald Acuna Autographed MLB Baseball
Team: Atlanta Braves
Autographed By: Ronald Acuna
Item Type: Baseball
Starting Price: $60
JSA AA56671 signed baseball

Our Current Projects

Miracle Field 

The Miracle Field features a custom-designed, special rubberized baseball field built for children and adults with special needs and accommodates wheelchairs and other assertive devices. See how Project Four made the dream of Miracle Field a reality!
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Live Like Nate

The words “Live Like Nate” grace the side David Prices gameday glove. The story behind it is one of friendship, loss and inspiration. Nathan Stephens, childhood best friend of Price, lost his life at the age of 22 to a heart attack. Project One Four helps Nate's legacy live on!
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David Price's Social Media

"My parents always told me that if I ever got in a position to give back to the community, I should which is why I started Project One Four."
David Price, MLB Pitcher