Rightfully Sewn creates jobs and opportunity through the business of fashion.
Restoration House of Greater Kansas City offers long-term, residential housing with the
nation’s most comprehensive programs and services for adult women and minor girl survivors
of human trafficking.
CDD provides residential care, day habilitation and personal care assistance programs 365 days per year to adults with developmental disabilities in the greater Kansas City area.
2009-2012 The Fuller Center of Greater KCMO completed 14 Greater Blessing projects, two ReNew projects and built one new home. In 2013 additional projects were completed and a new home started.
DPI provides quality day habilitation services to adults with developmental disabilities to support those individuals in reaching their potential and achieving a dignified, adult lifestyle.
HALO believes that every child should have the support of a family. We provide housing, healing and education to 1,400 at-risk and homeless children around the world.
helping kids hear!
KidsTLC provides children with a continuum of care through innovative and successful psychiatric treatment, community outreach, outpatient behavioral health, autism and wellness programs. Services are
Heartland Therapeutic Riding provides individuals with disabilities a supportive and fun-filled environment to improve and enrich their lives through equine-assisted activities and therapies.
The AdHoc Group Against Crime is a community resource that, through crisis prevention and intervention, supports youth and families who are affected by criminal behavior.
The Myasthenia Gravis Association (MGA) is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those who are affected by this autoimmune, neuromuscular disease through awareness, education and member servi
Empowering mid-life and older adults to live healthy, engaged and independent lives.
We offer transitional housing for homeless families and youth alongside case management, budget training, and employment counseling. After five years, 8 of 10 families don't return to homelessness!
In 1996, fewer than 350 children received forensic interviews or extended forensic interviews; that number grew to 827 by 2010. Since 1996, more than 11,000 children and families have been served.
In 2019, our professional staff will provide 60+ educational workshops, 270+ support groups, and 50+ Children’s, Teens, and Family programs for more than 5,650 visits for service … all free of charge!