World Baseball Outreach Inc
Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
6209 S 107th East Ave Tulsa OK 74131 USA
“Providing faith based mentoring and encouragement to under served youth, while building enduring relationships and preparing tomorrow’s community leaders through baseball.” WBO Objectives Our Objective is to secure funding for World Baseball Outreach to: a) actively engage and spark a new excitement in our youth. b) Equip our youth with Christ-like values, strong leadership skills and enduring relationships through our Christian mentors. c) Provide inner city youth baseball/softball clinics. d) Build and help maintain playing fields to provide a safe and fun playing environment. e) Provide baseball or softball equipment to everyone in need.
Increase in number of student athletes performing at higher levels in school with decrease number of absenteeism, suspensions, and drug use.
under served youth
Direct beneficiaries per year:
900 boys and girls and their families
Geographic areas served:
Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Dominican Republic
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI), after school homework help, nutrition and fitness programs
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My relationship with WBO began with baseball lessons for my boys. After spending time at the facility and getting to know Jerry Jacobson, we learned that his true vision was to reach at risk youth through baseball. My family and I have had many opportunities to volunteer our time and be a part of Jerry's outreach to kids in the Tulsa area. We have found that when we volunteer to be a blessing to others, we usually end up being blessed ourselves.
I have interned here at WBO for the past 5 months and let me tell you it is a great and wonderful environment to be in. The staff is second to none, they are great with communication and always helpful. The instructors are well qualified and when a client comes in you know that they are being taught the right way. WBO is the only place that i will recommend to anyone.
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WBO is an amazing organization. It is so neat to see the intentionality of Jerry Jacobson and the other people involved: everything they do has a bigger meaning. They have reached so many kids through baseball, and it is obvious their ministry is growing every day. For them, baseball is an opportunity to share something bigger with kids, namely the gospel of Jesus Christ. The coaches are truly interested in young players growth as both athletes and as men and women of character. WBO's global outreach has touched literally thousands of lives, and the numbers are growing daily.
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My athleticism and baseball ability has certainly benefitted from WBO, but more than anything they've encouraged my growth as a young man.
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I'd like to look into helping the organization with some behind-the-scenes work, especially marketing.