The Jonas Brothers Are Total Ballers, Yo
But the game wasn’t just an opportunity for the JoBros to showcase their mad softball skills. The match was a fundraiser for the Change for the Children Foundation, which the group founded.
In addition to other donations made, AOL kicked in $100 for every home run hit during the game, according to the Loudon Independent.
The JoBros’ Road Dogs team eventually beat the AOL All-Stars 15-13, and $2,900 was raised for Change for the Children, which creates programs to motivate and inspire children to help other kids who are facing adversity.
Star athletes with a philanthropic streak—what’s not to love?