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Community Programs

Making a Difference in our Community

The Royals recognize the importance of working together to make a difference in our community. Through these programs we aim to address the needs of our teammates off the baseball field.

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation

Led by Outfielder Alex Gordon, the Royals support Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation throughout a variety of initiatives to raise money and awareness of childhood cancer causes, treatments and cures. Find out more about Gordon & the Royals involvement!

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Big Game James
Big Game James Section

The Royals and KCP&L, together with starting pitcher James Shields, continued a unique community outreach program in 2014 - the Big Game James Section. Through the program, the right-hander continued his long-standing association with foster care children by welcoming them out to a special night at the ballpark.

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Royals Blood Drive
Royals Blood Drive

The Royals partnered with the Community Blood Center of Greater Kansas City for the annual summer blood drive in Kansas City, St. Joseph, and Topeka. All registered donors received a pair of tickets to a Royals home game and a commemorative t-shirt.

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Royals Caravan
Royals Caravan

The Royals Caravan launches the baseball season, as current and former players, mascot Sluggerrr, and front office staff visit communities throughout the Midwest. Each winter, the Caravan visits schools, military members, and shopping centers outside of Kansas City.

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Community Drives
Community Drives at Kauffman Stadium

The Royals teamed up with fans for a series of collection drives at Kauffman Stadium to benefit fellow Kansas Citians throughout the year. Fans donated items prior to attending the games at collection points located at each gate.

Dream Factory
Dream Factory

Throughout the season, the Royals granted the wish of a Dream Factory child. These youngsters who face serious challenges along with their families meet their favorite Royals players in the dugout, witness batting practice before the gates open and enjoy the game and refreshments. Their Royals experience appears on the KMBC-TV (Channel 9) 10 p.m. newscast in the "Dream Factory" segment.

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 Father of the Year
Father of the Year

In celebration of Father's Day, the Royals partner with the National Center for Fathering to hold an essay contest in schools throughout the Kansas City area. Nearly 3,000 students submit essays entitled "What My Father Means to Me." The winning authors and their fathers are treated to a game and recognition during a special pre-game ceremony. Winners will also be recognized at a reception at Kauffman Stadium at Kauffman Stadium.

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Girls Night Out
Girls Night Out

The annual Girls Night Out event features a pre-game party in the Outfield Experience featuring food and beverage specials, a fashion show, massages, a chocolate fountain and much more! A portion of the proceeds from the event benefit a women's health charity.

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Gloves for Kids
Gloves for Kids

Hosted by Royals announcer Ryan Lefebvre's Footprints Foundation, Gloves for Kids helps to purchase new baseball gloves and other equipment for underprivileged youth baseball players. Royals players join Lefebvre to sign autographs for fans who donate at least $25 to the cause. The event has raised more than $93,000 for area young ballplayers.

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Greater Kansas City Day
Greater Kansas City Day

On Opening Day, the Royals team up with more than 1,500 volunteers to sell a special Royals edition of the Kansas City Star throughout the city. Proceeds from the sales help send kids to Rotary Youth Camp and other deserving children's charities.

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Green Team
Green Team

The Royals Green Team is helping keep Kansas City clean! The Royals invite groups of 20-40 volunteers collect recyclables during a home game and promote environmental awareness. Volunteers receive free t-shirts, tickets and are recognized during the game.

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Perfect Attendance
KCP&L Royals Perfect Attendance Program

More than 6,000 area elementary school children who achieved perfect attendance throughout the academic school year are honored at designated Royals Perfect Attendance Days.

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Pitch, Hit & Run
Pitch, Hit & Run

Young baseball players have the opportunity of a lifetime by competing in the sectional finals of Major League Baseball's Pitch, Hit and Run competition at Kauffman Stadium after earning the opportunity at local competitions.

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PLAY Clinic
PLAY Clinic

The Royals team up with the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) to host a free PLAY (Promoting a Lifetime of Activity for Youth) clinic at Kauffman Stadium each season. Royals players join members of the Royals sports medicine staff to lead pre-selected youth in baseball fundamentals and exercises.

Recycle Your Cell Phone
Recycle Your Cell Phone

Millions of phones end up in landfills each year, however you can prevent your old phone from entering the waste stream. Fans who presented a phone during these special events on August 28 & September 12 received two free Royals tickets, and a chance to meet Jeremy Guthrie & Sluggerrr!

RBI Program
RBI Program

The Royals, along with Major League Baseball, support Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program. The league provides boys and girls ages 8-18 the opportunity to play organized baseball and softball, while placing emphasis on life skills such as teamwork, leadership and interacting with others. The Royals play an active role in fundraising, securing facilities, and recruiting players and coaches for RBI. In addition, the Royals host all RBI players to a special night at Kauffman Stadium.

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School Day at The K
School Day at The K

Is there a better classroom than Kauffman Stadium? Students from all over Kansas and Missouri have the opportunity to go to class with the Royals by attending the annual "School Day at The K." The Fox 4 Weather Team, led by Chief Meteorologist Mike Thompson, provides an educational experience that all of the youngsters thoroughly enjoy.

Sluggerrr's Reading Program
Sluggerrr's Reading Program

The Kansas City Royals are excited to team up for the Sluggerrr's Read to Succeed program designed to motivate students in grades K through 5 to read a piece of literature of their own choice for a minimum of 15 minutes per day.

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Stars of the Classroom
Stars of the Classroom

The Royals join Missouri Lottery to honor outstanding educators through the Missouri Lottery Stars of the Classroom recognition program. Prior to six Royals games throughout the summer, Missouri Lottery and the Royals will celebrate the achievements of top teachers from six school districts in the metro area.

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TeamSmile
TeamSmile

The Royals partner with TeamSmile to host a free dental health education, screening and treatment clinic at Kauffman Stadium for children associated with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City. Kids receive free dental care, in between taking in all of the attractions of the Outfield Experience.

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Viva Los Royals
Viva Los Royals

The Royals hosted the annual "Viva Los Royals" celebration on Saturday, July 12. The event featured special pre-game festivities.

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Youth Clinics
Youth Clinics

The Royals host a series of baseball instructional clinics with area youth leagues and special needs groups. The young ballplayers learn baseball basics from current and former Royals players who serve as the clinic instructors.

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