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Community Calendar

  • Saturday, July 4 – Welcome Back Veterans
    The Royals, together with Major League Baseball Charities, Major League Baseball Advanced Media and the McCormick Foundation, support Welcome Back Veterans, an initiative designed to raise awareness and provide support for our veterans as they transition back to civilian life. To read more information, visit Learn More »
  • Wednesday, July 8 – Dream Factory
    Throughout the season, the Royals grant the wish of a Dream Factory child. These youngsters, who face life-altering challenges, meet Royals players, witness batting practice from the dugout and enjoy the game and refreshments. Their Royals experience appears on the KMBC-TV (Channel 9) 10 p.m. newscast.
  • Saturday, July 11 - National Council of La Raza Annual Conference & National Latino Family Expo
    The Royals have partnered with the NCLR and will be a part of the 2015 National Latino Family Expo, taking place at the Kansas City Convention Center. Royals alumni along with 3&2 Baseball will provide convention goers with 1 on 1 hitting and pitching instruction from 11am to 6pm on Saturday, July 11th so be sure to come out and be a part of this great event.

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Royals Charities

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Royalty Fields

Royals Charities provides financial support to improve fields/facilities throughout the Midwest.

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Royals Charities funds new programs, tangible items, one-time capital expenses and more.

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Big Game James
Our Heros Program

The Royals and Budweiser salute a member of the military at each home game, presenting our heroes with 4 tickets and a special in-game tribute.

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Royals In The Community: Braden/'s Hope
Community Video

Watch video clips of Royals players, coaches, and alumni reaching out to our community. Watch Now »

Royals Charities 5K Run/Walk
Photo Galleries

View photo galleries from the latest Community and Royals Charity events. View »


Donation Requests
Donation Requests

The Royals support charitable organizations to positively impact our community.

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Buck O'Neil Seat
Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat

The Royals invite you to nominate individuals worthy of filling Buck's seat.

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Community Programs
Community Programs

See how the Royals are making a difference in communities around Kansas City.

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Royals Charities Mission Statement

The Kansas City Royals and Royals Charities are committed to being active members of the Kansas City community and region. Created in 2001, Royals Charities strives to support children, education, youth baseball/softball, and military in and around the Kansas City area. The foundation accomplishes this mission through financial donations, as well as in-kind support, including memorabilia, tickets and publicity. Under the leadership of the Glass family, Royals Charities has donated more than $9 million dollars in grants since its inception.

The 4 Pillars of Royals Charities:

Royals Charities helped provide support in 2013 to children-based charities in the greater Kansas City area including: Special Olympics KC Metro, Variety Children's Charity of Greater Kansas City, The University of Kansas Hospital's Neonatal Medical Home, and Dream Factory.

More than $750,000 has been donated to renovate 64 fields in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma and Arkansas since 2006 (with an average matching grant size of $5,000) through the Royalty Fields Program. For more information, please visit

The MLB-Royals All-Star Scholars Program is providing scholarships to five students a year through the 20/20 Leadership organization with the opportunity for a $2,500 scholarship per year to any college in Kansas or Missouri.

Royals Charities has donated more than $130,000 to help military families at Fort Leavenworth, Fort Riley, the VA Hospital, Whiteman Air Force Base and Wounded Warriors.

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