The team sold special tickets for the last three home games, with $10 from each going to the Bryan Stow fund.
The Santa Cruz-area paramedic and father of two suffered a severe head injury in the attack.
Recently, his insurance company stopped paying for full-time care at a rehab center.
His family is suing the Dodgers to help pay for medical costs.
Stow has been recovering at home for the past several months and continues to suffer from a variety of physical problems and memory loss, according to updates his family has been posting on the website www.support4bryanstow.com.
Two people have been charged in the beating and are awaiting trial.
(Bay City News contributed to this report)