Rhode Island's Premier WIFFLE® Ball League
Celebrating the Everyday Contributions of the Ocean State's Best
The Rhode Island WIFFLE® Ball League, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1996, provides a safe environment for boys and girls of all ages, encouraging all to go outside and play, while also supporting local individuals, businesses, and charities throughout the great state of Rhode Island.
Since the first summer, RIWBL has provided regular season, playoffs, and All-Star Tournament charity events. Over twenty years after its founding, the league has provided hundreds of participants an opportunity to play organized WIFFLE® Ball throughout the United States and in Europe.
At the annual Little Rhody WIFFLE® Ball Classic, our grand old game is transformed into a conduit for good, uniting America’s great national pastime along with families and friends for a weekend of fun and athletic spirit.
Since the event’s inception, RIWBL has raised money for some amazing organizations, including Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Amos House, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Children’s Miracle Network, Alzheimer’s Association, Prostate Cancer Foundation, and Wounded Warrior Project.
Local Heroes Spotlight: Team Rockstar & The Kindness Crew
Team RockStar is a Sports Development Center that provides athletics and fitness training to youth and young adults. Their mission is to instill self-confidence and self-discipline through athletics and therapeutic coaching/mentoring for youth/young adults of all skill sets through mind and body. They utilize the understanding and importance of human development to incorporate into programs by building participants self-esteem, self-awareness, self-confidence through peer engagement.
The Kindness Crew, in partnership with Team RockStar Sports, organizes acts of kindness to people, communities and/or schools. The Kindness Crew believes in the simple nature of Kindness in making positive change in the lives of. others. The Kindness Crew is co-lead by students of The Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex (JSEC). The two organizations have collaborated to bring perishable foods to Providence families experiencing barriers to obtaining resources, supports or assistance. Local Providence Community Health Centers (PCHC), as well as school social workers, school psychologists, school nurses, guidance counselors and principals all are referring families in need.