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Building Relationships for more than 70 years.

All across America, Police Athletic Leagues have fostered strong relationships between the police and the communities they serve, especially with young people.

Here in Kansas City, Kansas we couldn't be more proud of our community and the opportunity to create new connections with young people. Each of us can remember that one coach, mentor, teacher or adult who took the extra time to invest in us. This is at the heart of the PAL KCK mission, to be worthy role models for young people growing up in our city today.

More than just fun activities, we want to help KCK kids build the self-confidence, leadership and problem-solving skills needed to thrive in today's world. We are eager to see them grow and then reinvest their gifts back into our community. 

Mission Statement

The Police Athletic League of Kansas City Ks, offers youth the opportunity to interact with police officers in a positive setting while participating in academic, cultural, mentoring and sports programs.

Vision Statement

The Police Athletic League of Kansas City Ks, will serve the Kansas City Ks area by providing a safe, caring and supportive environment. Members of the Kansas City Kansas Police Department and citizens of the Kansas City Ks will work together to facilitate a community free from fear and violence.

Board Mission Statement

The Board of Directors of the Police Athletic League of Kansas City Ks will support the Mission of The Police Athletic League of Kansas City Ks through fundraising and building community awareness.

PAL Management and Staff

PAL KCK is an initiative of the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department, and is managed by an independent not-for-profit board



Built in 1890, St. Mary's Church is the perfect location for serving the young people of Kansas City, Kansas.

"Great kids. Historic neighborhood. Beautiful building. It's the best of every possible scenario," says Executive Director, Matt Tomasic.

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