(SUCCESS ACHIEVED IN FUTURE ENVIRONMENTS)
A 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization
|Jaxson Dubinsky: Leawood teen hits a home run for area youth
|Riley Sullivan: 9 Year-old makes a pitch to give girls a chance to play softball
|Ethan, Hannah & Marah Smuckler: These children donated a portion of their allowance
for area youth
|The following letter was sent with their donation:
Dear Mr. Ross,
Thank you for helping kids learn to play baseball. I am a
big fan of the game, and I know it's not easy to clear a field.
I earn an allowance of $20 a month, and $5 is for charity.
We are sending you this money to help make more fields.
charity to donate to better than yours. I can't imagine a
childhood without baseball.
Sincerely, Ethan, Hannah & Marah Smuckler
|Jonathan Perrin: Baseball equipment drive was a success
|I am in the 21st Century Leadership Studies program at Olathe East High school and on the Varsity
baseball team. I would like to do a donation drive within my school and community to collect various
items for your organization. I am looking to collect gently used items such as baseball gloves, bats,
baseballs, helmets,catchers gear, baseball bags, pants and belts. I plan to run the drive through the
month of August, gather the items at my home and contact you to coordinate the drop off. I look forward
to working with you. Jonathan is a member of the Oklahoma State Baseball Team currently.
|Jonathan Perrin of Olathe, KS lead a successful equipment drive for the youth of KCK RBI
|Kett Dickens: Pirates Baseball Team Drive
|12 year old Kett Dickens and his Pirates Baseball
monetary donations for our upcoming baseball season!
We want to thank Kett and his teammates for their
kind gesture! Without youth like Kett we would not be
able to provide the quality equipment to our players.