D-Backs give back by helping teens prepare for the future with a trip to men's clothing store

CHANDLER, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Arizona Diamondbacks are teaming up with a few local organizations and are giving back in a unique way, by preparing teens for the future.

About 50 students from across the Valley tried on suits, and tied a tie for the first time. They're getting these suits, shirts and ties, for free.

The high schools students say they were chosen from their school for being good kids, and their reward is a new outfit for prom, and more importantly, to help with their future education.

"Scholarships, visits, along the lines of getting ready to go to college," said one student.

These students are from Title 1 schools, and the idea came about from the East Valley Women's League.

"For many years, we've given away about 14,000 dresses, so about three years ago, we thought we should do something for the boys," said Kathy Harris.

To help them out, the Arizona Diamondbacks Coach Tony Perezchica, outfielder David Peralta and pitching coach Mike Butcher, along with free agent pitcher Brad Boxberger were present at the event.

"I'm from another country, I am from Venezuela," said Peralta. "I know how it is how to go through a hard time and everything, that's what motivates me to come here to spend time with the family, make some good memories for them."

About 50 suits were given away, and in total, the East Valley Women's League has helped more than 120 male students get their suits.