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Royals Alumni Association gives back to Kansas City community

The Kansas City Royals Alumni Association is helping make Christmas brighter through local charity and community programs by donating a total of $30,300 this holiday season.
December 18, 2017

The Kansas City Royals Alumni Association is helping make Christmas brighter through local charity and community programs by donating a total of $30,300 this holiday season. The following 20 programs received donations from the Alumni Association: Beauty of Ashes Ministry, Eric Berry Foundation, Wounded Warriors, St. Anne's Episcopal Church (Hillcrest), New

The Kansas City Royals Alumni Association is helping make Christmas brighter through local charity and community programs by donating a total of $30,300 this holiday season. 
The following 20 programs received donations from the Alumni Association: Beauty of Ashes Ministry, Eric Berry Foundation, Wounded Warriors, St. Anne's Episcopal Church (Hillcrest), New Day Church, The Veterans Community Project, St. Roberts Bellarmine, Ozanam Home, Macedonia Baptist Church, St. Francis Xavier Church, Kansas City Sluggers Baseball, Variety of Greater KC, Rachel House, Hope House, Friends in Service of Heroes, Warriors Ascent, Grace Church-Needy Families, Advice and Aid, Adaptive/Challenger YMCA of Greater KC and Cross Points Church Alms.
Throughout the year, Royals Alumni donate their time to help raise money for the foundation to help area families in need. The two largest fundraising events are the Royals Alumni Batting Practices at Kauffman Stadium and the Royals Alumni Fantasy Camp located in Surprise, Ariz. The Royals Alumni Association is made up of former players, managers, trainers and coaches.