Field of Hope
The Fayette Field of Hope is located in Peachtree City, Georgia. It is part of the multi-field complex that is home to Peachtree City Little League. The Field of Hope is the home field of the Peachtree City Challenger Division.
The Field of Hope is a custom-designed venue, which incoporates a cushioned synthetic turf that accommdates children with a variety of disabilities and helps prevent injuries. Fundraising for the Field of Hope was begun in 2000 and the Grand Opening was held on October 2, 2004. The final cost of the project was $850,000 and was made possible by the generous donations of local citizens, businesses, and even children who donated their "birthday money" to the project.
The Peachtree City Challenger League played games on the league's regular fields from 1990 until the Field of Hope was completed. Many children in the community learned the value of teamwork and created lasting friendships through the years they played Challenger Baseball.
One of the many benefits of playing Challenger Baseball through the Little League program is the support the rest of the league gives the division by supplying buddies and volunteers. Children find they are part of a bigger program and support system.