Free used office furniture available with desk, credenza, small round table, chair, easel stand, file cabinets.
Apply to be the charity beneficiary for KC Restaurant Week in 2022. The selected KCRW charity will be eligible to receive 1/3 from the donations of participating restaurants in the given year.
The Home Builders Foundation Fund of Greater Kansas City is the charitable arm of the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City (KCHBA) and is currently accepting grant applications until April 30, 2021.
The 2021 Benefits Survey is now open and asking for your participation, from the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC.
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Did you know the KC Irish Center also owns and manages the Drexel Hall event space? Our bright, beautifully restored ballroom offers flexible seating options, audio-visual resources, free parking and other amenities right in the heart of Midtown. Revenue from hall rentals provides critical operating funds for the KC Irish Center, our community's home for all things Irish. Take advantage of our 20% nonprofit discount and support ongoing cultural programming and activities offered through the Center.
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Great spaces available to rent in the heart of Columbus Park!
The Blue Ridge Tower Building is offering six months of free rent to Nonprofit organizations that sign a three-year Lease. The building is currently home to four Nonprofit organizations and is looking to attract more groups to the Building. Great location with abundant parking and easy access from I-70.
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The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has earmarked up to $1 million in grants focused on homelessness in the Kansas City area. The initiative, which is a 1-2 year effort strives to move families who are experiencing homelessness or living in extreme poverty to self-sufficiency through robust and holistic workforce development programming.