Children's Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) prepares children with visual impairments to reach their highest potential in the sighted world.
We are dedicated to commit our own time and resources to reach at-risk youth in the KC metro community providing redirection through the sport of soccer, developing life skills, providing support.
The Urban Scholastic Center (USC) is here to build up leaders from here for here, through Jesus and education.
Art as Mentorship’s mission is to empower young people to write their own success stories through access to world-class mentorship, real-world skill development, and mental health support.
Green Works in Kansas City empowers Kansas City's future leaders to care for our environment, contribute to our economy, and create healthy communities.
A non-profit that provides funding for families whose children have been sexually abused.
Mission: To create access to opportunities for Black 5th-12th grade students that help them grow, have fun, and become change agents in their community. (501c3) designated youth organization
Camp Fire has actively engaged youth and teens in building essential skills for life for more than 100 years. We're proud of our heritage of cultivating community building, supporting academic readine
Pro Deo Youth Center works with teens in Lee's Summit, MO. We desire that teens have a place that they can fill loved, valued, and equipped for change.
Taking Shape is a youth leadership written curriculum and community service program impacting young leaders of the next generation.
Our mission is to mobilize community organizations in partnership with schools to inspire hope and help prepare children to impact their world.
Gordon Parks Elementary is a K-4 public charter school serving students in Kansas City, Missouri.
KC Healthy Kids rallies the people in our communities to improve access to affordable fresh food and safe places to walk and play.
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.
Youth services, Military assistance, Public policy
Our mission is to be a child’s voice in court. We recruit, train and support lay volunteers who act as advocates on behalf of the best interest of abused and neglected children.
Camps For Kids works to assure that no Kansas City area child will be turned away from summer camp because of low income or physical or developmental disability. 3,579 children were impacted in 2018
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Children International is a humanitarian organization focused on ending poverty by helping children and youth.
The Bridge Leadership Academy is a community-led empowerment program focused on youth leadership. We create educational & leadership development and workforce opportunity programs for youth.
Women in Sports Helping Inspire the Next Generation (WISHING) is a nonprofit that gives high school girls the educational and financial resources to pursue a career in the sports industry.
C You In The Major Leagues is a nonprofit that provides mentoring to teenagers in Kansas City, along with baseball camps and "backyard" tee ball leagues, mainly to under-resourced boys and girls.
Clay County Children's Fund provides services to protect the well-being and safety of children and strengthen families in Clay County.
The mission of CASA of Johnson and Wyandotte Counties is to provide a meaningful voice and connection that instills hope and builds resilience for children who have experienced abuse and neglect.
We use behavioral science to create meaningful change and equal opportunities for children, families, and communities.
A comprehensive, child-centered program that provides a compassionate response to a child’s out-cry of abuse.
Inspiring and preparing students to succeed in a global economy through providing lessons and experiences in financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship skills.
An unapologetically Black Queer & Trans led nonprofit with deep Kansas City roots and abolition on our minds...
Camp Quality offers a week long residential camping experience and other recreational and support activities for children with cancer and their families. There are five camp locations in MO and KS.
Our organization serves several different functions such as culturally-responsive restorative justice interventions, student internships, shaping/creating school culture and climate.
Emergency food, utility, and rental assistance for families and individuals living in the Raytown C-2 school district.