We love what we do and are proud to donate a portion of the proceeds from every sale to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (If you ever find yourself in Kansas City, it's a must see!)
And also the Hirshberg Foundation - who are at the forefront of pancreatic cancer research. My Dad passed away from this horrific disease in 2009, so this cause means so much to my family and I.
And we are thankful to be able to help support the KCMO RBI program in Kansas City run by Phil Harris who we had the privilege of meeting on our recent trip to KC. He graciously showed us around Satchel Paige Memorial Stadium (where many of the kids play) and told us about RBI.
"Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI), is a program that was founded in 1989 by former Major Leaguer John Young. Young set out to overcome the obstacles – like crime and lack of funding for fields and equipment – that prevented many inner city kids from playing baseball.
The result is the RBI Program, teaching the fundamentals of baseball and softball, as well as the importance of academic success and social responsibility."