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American Cancer Society

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1100 Pennsylvania Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64145
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Phone: (816) 218-7265

Fax: (816) 471-4998
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The American Cancer Society is a public health organization focusing in the areas of research, advocacy, education and services.

Website:

www.cancer.org



Contacts:

Bridgett Myers



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Blue Valley Educational Foundation

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15020 Metcalf Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66223
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Phone: (913) 239-4622

Fax: (913) 239-4163
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Since 1991, the Blue Valley Educational Foundation has provided more than $4 million dollars in grants, scholarships, and special programs to support the Blue Valley School District

Website:

www.bvef.org



Contacts:

Joy Ginsburg
Cindy McAlister



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Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City

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4001 Blue Parkway, Ste. 102
Kansas City, MO 64130
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Phone: (816) 462-0132

Fax: (816) 361-3675
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City inspires kids to live out their dreams by providing affordable, accessible opportunities in the urban core. Thanks to our generous supporters, nearly 8,000 local kids get to experience “luxuries” they never thought possible.

Website:

www.helpkckids.org



Contacts:

Kim Gregory
Jason Roth



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Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas

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9720 West 87th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212
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Phone: (913) 433-2030

Fax: (913) 433-2101
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Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas is a faith-based, non-profit organization that serves more than 70,000 people across 21 counties. We welcome and open our hearts to all races, religions and ethnicities. We offer a variety of services to provide hope, help and hospitality to the most vulnerable men, women and children in our community. Nearly 40% of all people served by Catholic Charities are children under the age of 17.

Our services span from the beginning of life to the end of life, and include: pregnancy counseling and adoption, kids summer food programs, food pantries, retail clothing thrift stores, homeless shelters, case management services, direct financial assistance, housing/rent assistance, financial literacy & education, employment search, refugee resettlement, and several senior care services, including Catholic Community Hospice.

Our geographic service footprint represents nearly 60% of the population in the state of Kansas, with Emergency Assistance Centers in Kansas City, Kansas, Overland Park, Olathe, Topeka, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison and Emporia. We also operate two mobile resource buses in the northern and southern rural counties.

There are many ways individuals, families, churches, businesses, schools and organizations can engage with Catholic Charities on unique service opportunities.

  

Website:

www.catholiccharitiesks.org



Contacts:

Kelly Kearney
Elizabeth Silk



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Community Blood Center

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4040 Main St.
Kansas City, MO 64111
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Phone: (816) 753-4040

Fax: (816) 968-4047
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Community Blood Center is the local non-profit supplier of blood services for 70 hospitals throughout Kansas City, Columbia, St. Joseph, Lawrence and Topeka.  The Community Blood Center is a member of American's Blood Centers, a national network of independent blood centers that provides over half of the nation's blood supply; AABB, and the Blood Centers of America.

Website:

www.savealifenow.org



Contacts:

Heidi Tracer



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Non-profit organization, Blood Bank & Centers

Community for Kids

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12600 Aberdeen Rd
Leawood, KS 66209
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Community for Kids provides 260+ weekend food packs to students in 19 Blue Valley Schools.

Website:

www.communityforkids.org



Contacts:

Gary Flick
Sherry Owens



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Cornerstones of Care

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8000 W. 127th St.
Overland Park, KS 66213
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Phone: (913) 951-4300

Fax: (913) 951-4321
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Cornerstones of Care - Marillac Campus boasts a 17-acre residential treatment center, outpatient clinic, substance use services, social skills program, therapeutic school (therapeutic day school in Blue Springs, MO) and Johnson County’s only psychiatric hospital for youth. Through expressive therapy, education and psychiatric treatment, Cornerstones of Care - Marillac Campus provides children and families hope for a brighter tomorrow.

Website:

https://cornerstonesofcare.org/



Contacts:

Lynn Lemke, MHSA, MS.Ed.



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Non-profit organization, Health & Wellness

Cristo Rey Kansas City

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211 West Linwood
Kansas City, MO 64111
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Phone: (816) 457-6044 (school)

Fax: (816) 457-6046
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Cristo Rey Kansas City provides an affordable, private college  preparatory education to culturally diverse students with economic needs. Cristo Rey’s signature and differentiating component is its Corporate Work Study Program.  Students fund the majority of their education, gain job experience, and learn while providing real value to local businesses.

Website:

www.cristoreykc.org



Contacts:

Kathleen Hanlon
Ted Koppen



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Non-profit organization, Schools, Colleges & Education

Habitat For Humanity of Kansas City

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1423 E. Linwood Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64109
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Phone: (816) 924-1096

Fax: (913) 342-4459
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The mission of Heartland Habitat for Humanity is to strengthen families and communities by increasing the number of quality, affordable homes for single-family residents in the Greater Kansas City area, and to create opportunities for low-income families to develop equity and independence through home ownership.

Website:

www.heartlandhabitat.org



Contacts:

Lindsey Hicks



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Hillcrest Transitional Housing of Kansas

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738 N. 31st
Kansas City, KS 66102
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Nonprofit transitional housing program & temporary shelter that transitions homeless families & youth to self-sufficiency and independent living.

Website:

www.hillcrestkc.org



Contacts:

Scott Cooper
Jackie Knabe



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Johnson County Developmental Supports

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10501 Lackman Rd.
Lenexa, KS 66219
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Phone: (913) 826-2626

Fax: (913) 826-2627
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JCDS is an agency of Johnson County Government and provides community-based supports for citizens with developmental disabilities.  These supports enable folks to live, work, and play in our community.

Website:

www.jocogov.org/jcds



Contacts:

Chad VonAhnen



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Non-profit organization, Government

Johnson County Library-Leawood Pioneer Branch

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4700 Town Center Dr.
Leawood, KS 66211
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Phone: (913) 826-4600

Fax: (913) 826-4634
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Answer questions...delight the reader.  Library services for adults and children.  Traditional, virtual, essential.

Website:

www.jocolibrary.org



Contacts:

Christian Madrigal



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Library, Non-profit organization

KidsTLC

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480 S. Rogers Rd.
Olathe, KS 66062
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Phone: (913) 324-3636

Fax: (913) 780-3387
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KidsTLC is one of Kansas City’s largest organizations providing children with a continuum of care through innovative and successful psychiatric treatment, community outreach, outpatient behavioral health, autism and wellness programs.  A strong emphasis is on family wellness and preserving the family unit.

Website:

www.kidstlc.org



Contacts:

Erica Fraka
Heidi Wooten



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Social Services, Non-profit organization

Lakeview Village

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9100 Park Street
Lenexa, KS 66215
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Lakeview Village is the largest retirement community in Kansas, located in Lenexa, offering active living and healthcare options to nearly 800 seniors. To learn more visit www.lakeviewvillage.org.

Website:

www.lakeviewvillage.org



Contacts:

Colette Panchot



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Non-profit organization, Retirement Living

The Leawood Foundation

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4800 Town Center Drive
Leawood, KS 66211
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Phone: (913) 339-6700 x 248

Fax: (913) 339-6781
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The Leawood Foundation provides resources for activities and projects in the Leawood community that might not otherwise be provided through tax dollars, to ensure an excellent living environment for all residents.

Website:

www.leawoodfoundation.org



Contacts:

Alice Hawk



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Leawood Lions Club

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7504 Lamar Ave. Apt. 47
Prairie Village, KS 66205
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The Leawood Lions have served the community for over 50 years as part of the largest and oldest service club in the world.  Lions International was started in 1917 and the Leawood Lions in 1954.  The Leawood Lions are dedicated to humanitarian service and to help safeguard sight and prevent blindness.  Visit leawoodlions.org for more information.

Website:

www.leawoodlions.org



Contacts:

Harry Malnicof
Tom Willy
Chris Wright



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Leawood Rotary Club

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P O Box 6608
Leawood, KS 66206
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The Leawood Rotary Club, founded in 1990, is an active club performing community service locally and internationally.

Website:

www.leawoodrotary.org



Contacts:

Roxanne Kerr-Lindsey
John Meier
Brad Moore
Rick Robinson
Chuck Udell
Marjorie Valentine



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Leawood United Methodist Church

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2915 W. 95th St
Leawood, KS 66206
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Phone: (913) 648-2131

Fax: (913) 648-4909
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United Methodist Church - Generation to Generation - Welcoming, Nurturing, and serving in Christ's Home.

Website:

www.leawoodumc.org



Contacts:

Howard Johnson
Dayna Peacock



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Churches, Non-profit organization

MOCSA

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3100 Broadway, Ste. 400
Kansas City, MO 64111
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Phone: (816) 931-4527

Fax: (816) 931-4532
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MOCSA exists to lessen the ill effects of sexual assault and abuse through prevention, education, intervention, treatment and advocacy.

Website:

www.mocsa.org



Contacts:

Julie Donelon



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Philanthropy, Social Services, Non-profit organization

Museum at Prairiefire

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5801 W. 135th St.
Overland Park, KS 66223
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Through a unique collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, as well as with other cultural and educational institutions in the nation, is a place that provides access for all to understand and celebrate natural history and science in our region and around the world. The Museum engages visitors and students with world-class exhibitions, important programming, and significant educational and STEM opportunities.


Website:

www.museumatpf.org



Contacts:

Donna Deeds



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