At Bat is a Detroit-based nonprofit that was founded in 2015 and offers baseball and softball activities for youth in urban communities. It provides equipment, free clinics, and low-cost programs to at-risk youth, which are defined by At Bat as those who come from a household whose income is 200 percent below the federal poverty level. The organization also includes STEM education in its drills, builds community through mentorships, and focuses on youth mental health. The organization’s after-school program teaches baseball and nutrition fundamentals and builds self-esteem, summer camp helps youth improve their baseball and softball skills, and workshops educate children and adults on health-related topics such as childhood obesity and concussions. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization is offering virtual after-school programs.