#TeamWammer

Team

WAMMER

On March 9, 2021, Weston “Wammer” Mazey suffered several broken bones in his face, a fractured skull and a traumatic brain injury after a collision on the baseball field. It was a moment that changed his life forever. But every setback can have an even greater comeback. This is Wammer’s comeback story.

Weston "Wammer" Mazey

“Thank you for donating. It means a lot. You’re helping a lot of people out that are struggling in life. You have no idea the conditions that some of these people are in and it makes me realize I want to help them. Thank you for all of your prayers. They’re working. Please pray for the people who have had injuries like mine.”

Weston “Wammer” Mazey, 14 years old

A Message From The Mazey's

Weston is not alone.  There are thousands of children who suffer terrible injuries just like his.  The stories are heartbreaking of what these kids are going through, and also what the families are going through.  The emotional and financial strain put on the family is too much to put into words.  People’s lives have changed in an instant.  Their lives now have become extended hospital stays, having to quit jobs, pick up and leave their homes, leave other siblings to be cared for, and finding ways for their injured children to make up for lost schooling.

Can you help?  YES, YOU ABSOLUTELY CAN!!!  You can help these families get through these difficult times by joining “Team Wammer”, our fundraising effort to help provide resources for these families in need of financial and emotional assistance.

You can join “Team Wammer” by clicking on the donate button below.  No amount is too much or too little.  We are trying to raise $100,000 in the next 100 days.  We have partnered with Jeff Hostetler and the Hoss Foundation to make all of your donations tax deductible.

You can also join Team Wammer by attending my free father / son camp on Saturday, June 19th.  All that is required is a minimum donation to Team Wammer.  All proceeds of the camp will go toward the fundraising effort.  To attend the camp with your child, please register below.

Thank you so much for your contribution. There are not many opportunities in life to make a real difference in someone’s life, but thanks to your generosity, you are helping more than you know. A sincere thank you from all of the Mazey’s,

Team Wammer Father/Son Baseball Camp

Team Wammer Father/Son Baseball Camp

Register Today

Join us this year for a very special Team Wammer Father/Son Baseball Camp. Registration is open to 12 and under, and we are asking for a minimum donation of $150 to be made to help support Team Wammer and the organizations that have helped Coach Mazey’s son Weston “Wammer” Mazey through the recovery process from his Traumatic Brain Injury suffered on March 9, 2021.

Camp Date

Register Here - Ages 12 & Under

In consideration for permitting (me/my child) to participate in the WVU Baseball Camp, and with the intention of binding (myself/me and my child) and (my/our respective) heirs, assigns and legal representatives, I hereby RELEASE AND WAIVE any and all rights and claims for damages which (I/I or my child) may have against the Baseball Camp, the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, West Virginia University and its Board of Governors, and their respective affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives, for any and all property damage and personal injury of whatever kinds suffered by (me/me or my child) in connection with (my/my child’s) participation in the WVU Baseball Camp, except for those arising out of the willful misconduct, gross negligence or intentional torts of the above parties.

A Message from the HOSS Foundation

The Hoss Foundation is honored to team up with Coach Mazey and his wife Amanda, and Team Wammer, to help children and families impacted by traumatic injury.

“When I spoke with Randy about his vision and desire to help those suffering through a traumatic injury, I knew his passion and mission would line up perfectly with ours. As kids, Randy and I used to run around the bases after our dads played, and now together, we are on the same team trying to make a difference in our community for those battling traumatic injury.”

Jeff Hostetler
Hoss Foundation, Founder