Impact

Impact

In 2018, “C” You In The Major Leagues, which is a component fund of The Signatry, passed the $750,000 mark in grants given since Dayton and Marianne Moore started the foundation in 2014. Those grants, most of which have been focused on programs that help children and families in crisis, have gone to more than 50 organizations, with more than $645,000 staying in the Kansas City community. 

 

All-Time Beneficiaries

The following organizations have received grants from “C” You In The Major Leagues since 2014. Most of the ones outside of Kansas City have been made in honor of a Royals player or coach, or another celebrity making an appearance on behalf of CYITML.

 

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Alta Vista Charter High School

Baseball Assistance Team Inc.

Bishop Sullivan Center

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City

Boys Hope Girls Hope of Kansas City

Brian M Anselmo (BMA) Memorial Foundation

City Union Mission

Crossworld (UFM International, Inc.)

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, National Headquarters

Easter Seal Society of Arkansas

Epic Church

Estrella Youth Sports

Evangel Church

Freedom Fire Urban Ministries

Freedom Hoops

Grandview Assistance Program

Healing House, Inc.

Helping Hands Ministries, Inc.

HHS Athletic Booster Club

Higher M-Pact, Inc.

Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City

John H. Goodrow Fund

Kansas City Urban Youth Academy, Inc.

Kansas RBI

Medical Missions Foundation

Mission Southside, Inc.

National Christian Foundation Heartland

Oak Ridge Missionary Baptist Church

Ozanam

Partners in Action Inc.

PastorServe, Inc.

Play and Learn Preschool

Police Athletic League of Kansas City

PopWe

Royals Charities

San Mateo Community Colleges Foundation

Scott Dawson Evangelistic Association, Inc.

SevenDays (Faith Always Wins Foundation)

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

The Culture House

The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City

Turn the Page KC

United Aid Foundation

Unlimited Potential, Inc.

Valley FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

Warriors’ Ascent

Wounded Warrior Project