It’s Giving Tuesday! We’re so excited that the emphasis is being placed on supporting good work that makes our world, and the people in it, better.
Strategy works with some great nonprofit organizations making a big difference in Kansas City and around the world. Click on the logos to visit their websites and learn about who they are and what they do. Then pick one (or all!) of them to support. Have fun!
All Nations’ mission is to train leaders and make disciples to ignite church planting movements among the neglected peoples of the earth.
The mission of Caring for Kids KC is to connect every Kansas City school in partnership with at least one church and business to help schools be successful in their goals to prepare children for life.
The Children’s Campus of Kansas City is a partnership of researchers, educators, and advocates working to narrow the gap between research and practice in real-world settings to help benefit children and families in our community.
The Darol Rodrock Foundation’s mission is to develop the full potential of youth aging out of foster care in a compassionate and positive learning community for a lifetime of meaningful relationships, work and service.
The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support and resources for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them.
Lakemary Center’s mission is to provide choices and opportunities for persons with special needs to maximize the freedom and control they can bring to their lives.
The Make It Count Foundation is passionate about giving to our nation’s veterans and their families, and about supporting communities that work alongside veterans.
The Olathe Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund supports local charities serving Olathe children, bringing help and hope to those in need.
Special Olympics Kansas is dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports competitions, health and nutrition programs and leadership development.
The Tom Karlin Foundation seeks to partner with schools and other community organizations to increase awareness of issues affecting teen’s lives and support suicide prevention efforts.
Since 1943, Youthfront (formerly Kansas City Youth For Christ) has engaged in innovative youth ministry, ministering to millions of young people.