Success Achieved In Future Environments (S.A.F.E):
S.A.F.E. is a private, 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization serving youth on the Kansas side of the Kansas City metro area since 2009. Unlike other youth sports organizations, S.A.F.E receives no federal, state or local tax dollars.
Enriching the lives of underserved Kansas and surrounding area youth with an emphasis on academic achievement, health & wellness, leadership, and responsibility through the use of athletics in a safe and supportive environment to develop our next generation of Major League Citizens.
S.A.F.E offers baseball/softball to inner city youth through its Kansas Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (Kansas RBI) program which has directed the activities of more than 10,000 players since its inception in 2010. Kansas RBI is the only little league in the state of Kansas affiliated with Major League Baseball.
Congrats to Cale Fossett, Ringo Ross and Cassidy Fossett, Kansas RBI members, on their wins at the 2021 MLB Pitch, Hit & Run Regional Competition.
Cale won the 13-14 baseball division
Ringo won the 9-10 baseball division
Cassidy took second in the 9-10 softball division
Kansas RBI has put over 40 players on college teams, below are alumni currently playing baseball in college:
Chris Hunter- North Central Missouri College/Kansas Christian
Noah Steele- Johnson County CC
Christian Spitz- Baker University
Zac Todd- University of Central Missouri
Mikal Whislar- Avila University/Kansas Christian
Vincent Esparza- Neosho County CC
Ja’Hawn Byrd- Kansas Christian
La’ Quandre Williams- Kansas Christian
Nicolas Figuera- Kansas Christian
Phoenix Downs- Kansas Christian
Jacob Nevels- Avila University/Neosho County CC
Stay’Jawn Hunter- North Central Missouri College/Kansas Christian
CL Stacker- Longview CC/North Central Missouri College/Kansas Christian
Sam Schwartz- Avila College
Dominic Boget- Park University
Executive Director Honored as a Ingrams Local Hero1/1/2019Read full...
Success Achieved in Future Environments CEO, Cle Ross was recognized by Ingrams Magazine as one of their 2018 local heros. Since 2008, Ingrams has recognized those who serve to make the Kansas City area a better place to live and garner opportunites for the community through thier energy, thier effort, and at times thier own dollars with its annual Local Heros awards.
Click here to read the article: https://ingrams.com/article/local-heroes-2018/
Brandon Wilson III became the first Kansas RBI member to win the local, regional, and national Scotts MLB Pitch Hit and Run contest in 2018. Brandon won the national title in Washington DC during the All Star Game and got the opporunity to shag balls during the Home Run Derby.