Rosie Reds, Inc. is a philanthropic and social organization focused around the Cincinnati Reds. It was formed in June 1963 when there was danger of the National League franchise being taken out of Cincinnati, Ohio. The acronym ROSIE stands for Rooters Organized to Stimulate Interest and Enthusiasm.
The "Rosies" award baseball endowments or scholarships annually. Additionally, an award of $2,500 is given to the Powel Crosley Junior - Kid Glove Association. An award is also made to a senior female athlete from Cincinnati's Withrow High School in memory of Nancy Gomien, a past president of the Rosie Reds. The Rosie Reds also support the Annual Kid Glove games held at Great American Ball Park.