Los Angeles

Our baseball season home. An amazing city with a huge part of the KC heart.


Dream Center

Our 2019 project is to sponsor the Back to School Bash and build the Kershaw’s Challenge Park.

The Back to School Bash is one of our favorite ways to make a tangible impact in the lives of children living in LA. It is such a FUN event and every child goes home with a signature KC backpack, filled with school supplies for the coming year. We are pumped to sponsor this again. Additionally, we are thrilled to focus our efforts on building the “Kershaw’s Challenge Park” that will compliment the new playground we funded in 2018. Creating an awesome area for kids to play in a safe, hazard-free environment—that’s a win!

Click here to see pictures and read about last year’s Back to School Bash!


Just Keep Livin'

Our goal for 2019 is to implement the Just Keep Livin’ after-school program and curriculum into a LA school.

Last year we sponsored bringing the JKL program into a LA School. It’s a hands-on, make-a-direct-difference opportunity and we’d love to do it again in another school. Their program includes fitness, wellness, service and nutrition curriculum to students.

Click here to read about Matthew McConaughey receiving the Community Impact Award at Ping Pong 4 Purpose last year for his work with Just Keep Livin’.


the los angeles dodgers foundation

In 2019, KC would like to serve as the lead partner in building two new “Dodgers Dreamfield” ballparks at Gonzalez Park in Compton.

We are thrilled to join hands with our long time friends at the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. The foundation is the official team charity of the Dodgers and they work tirelessly to impact underserved youths in some of the most challenged neighborhoods in the LA area. We have had the joy of working along side them for many years and we are to lock arms on this specific project. To date, the LADF has completed 50 Dodgers Dreamfields—the footprint of their impact is truly remarkable. We are humbled to play a significant role in making fields #52 and #53 a reality for children living near Gonzalez Park in Compton.