The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is located in Kansas City, Missouri and covers the 10th District of the Federal Reserve, which includes Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and portions of western Missouri and northern New Mexico. It is second only to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in size of geographic area served. Missouri is the only state with two main Federal Reserve Banks; the other is located in St. Louis (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis).
KCP&L and Westar Energy merged to bring you Evergy, evolving to create more savings, sustainable energy and solutions that meet your needs. Because electricity is an essential part of our daily lives, the energy industry continues to evolve to meet the needs of our customers and the environment. We're focused on moving energy forward, offering innovative solutions and providing reliable and safe energy to you.
Non-Profit Connect is a regional association that serves more than 5,000 professional members from over 700 organizations representing local, regional and national nonprofits of all sizes, as well as community-minded businesses and foundations.
Cornell University is a private and statutory Ivy League research university in Ithaca, New York. Founded in 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White, the university was intended to teach and make contributions in all fields of knowledge—from the classics to the sciences, and from the theoretical to the applied.
Platte County School District is a public school district based in Platte City, Missouri. The district serves Platte County and encloses some of the Kansas City International Airport.
North Kansas City Schools
Just north of Kansas City's vibrant downtown, NKCS is a district of over 20,000 learners who benefit daily from an academically challenging curriculum for grades pre-K to 12.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Kauffman is a private foundation based in Kansas City, MO that supports the community and shares resources that have national impact and global reach. Kauffman creates communities of peers and provides them with the opportunities they need to be successful.
KC Friends of Alvin Ailey
Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey (KCFAA) serves Kansas City in a three-part role as an educator, presenter, and unifier. Through its annual Symposium and other events, KCFAA facilitates dialogue about race, place, and diversity in Kansas City. KCFAA is the only presenter of New York’s Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Ailey II in Kansas City and is the company’s only second home. As an arts educator, KCFAA's mission is to reach the neediest children in the Kansas City area, both in and out of school, and teach critical life skills through dance.
W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center
For the past 45 years the DuBois Learning Center has offered free tutorial services to local residents in reading, mathematics, and science. Since inception, the DuBois Learning Center has served thousands of youth in areas of intensive tutoring and motivation, as well as educational and vocational counseling services.
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Children's Mercy Hospital is a 367-bed comprehensive pediatric medical center in Kansas City, Missouri that integrates clinical care, research and medical education to provide care for patients ages birth to 21. The hospital's primary service area covers a 150-county area in Missouri and Kansas.
Johnson County Library
Johnson County Library provides access to ideas, information, experiences and materials that support and enrich people's lives. Johnson County Library serves over two million people from 14 library buildings in Northeast Kansas.
William Jewell College
William Jewell College is a private, four-year liberal arts college of 787 students located in Liberty, Missouri. It was founded in 1849 by members of the Missouri Baptist Convention and originally endowed with a generous gift from Dr. William Jewell.
AIA Kansas City
AIA Kansas City provides services and benefits that empower architects to create environments that enhance quality of life and our collective future.
Odimo Kansas City
Odimo is a professional architectural practice established to bring a fresh approach to the design and construction industry. We bring energy, ideas and technical know-how to advance your vision through great design.
The Literacy Lab Kansas City
The Literacy Lab serves children from age three through grade three. We partner with school districts to help close the literacy gap largely by embedding full-time, rigorously-trained tutors in early childhood centers and elementary schools. The Literacy Lab also supports early literacy for families experiencing homelessness.
The Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus
The Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus (GKCWPC), an affiliate of the National Women's Political Caucus, is a multipartisan, multicultural, grass roots organization dedicated to increasing women's participation in politics and creating a power base designed to achieve equality for all women.
The Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness
GKCCEH is the Lead Agency of the Jackson County, MO and Wyandotte County, KS Continuum of Care. This team of committed nonprofit professionals work to collaborate with community stakeholders, provide an up-to-date By-Name List to be utilized for housing clients experiencing homelessness, promote education, and direct area agencies that desire to receive HUD funding through the yearly Continuum of Care Program Competition.
Support Kansas City
Support KC offer essential support services to over 170 nonprofits so they can focus on their missions. For organizations with limited resources and staff, Support KC provide necessary tasks like accounting, data management, fundraising and managing strategies.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
of Kansas City
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC) is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and a not-for-profit health insurance provider with more than one million members. Founded in 1938, Blue KC offers healthcare, dental, life insurance and Medicare coverage. Headquartered in Kansas City, the company serves 30 counties in northwest Missouri as well as Johnson and Wyandotte counties in Kansas.
Gould Evans Architects
Gould Evans was founded in 1974 by Robert Gould and David Evans, two former classmates from the University of Kansas School of Architecture who shared a passion for regional architecture and design. They established a general practice firm in Lawrence, Kansas, with strong connections to region and community. From these roots and a driving entrepreneurial spirit, emerged multiple studios in locations across the United States. They were not conceived as branches but as design centers in their own right with the local leadership, flexibility and nimbleness to respond to local opportunities. The original office remains a vibrant studio for young thinkers now working across our practice.
KC Race, Equity & Inclusion Project
The KC Race, Equity and Inclusion Project is designed for
individuals like you to understand the factors that have led to current day inequities and helps to put us in position to break down barriers, so that more individuals have the opportunity for success.
The workshops are just one part of an emerging community conversation with many other engaged citizens. These workshops are equipping community members with a common understanding of historical and current data trends, a shared language, and the ability to identify policies and practices that need to be addressed. To receive alerts about upcoming events, click the following link and follow KC REI Project.
Metropolitan Community College
Metropolitan Community College is the oldest and largest public institution of higher learning in Kansas City, Mo., founded in 1915 as the Kansas City Polytechnic Institute. The Junior College of Kansas City, as it was known starting in 1919, was one of the first schools in the country to award an associate degree. Today, MCC offers 125 associate degree and certificate programs.
Middle Tennessee State University
Middle Tennessee State University, a coeducational, tax-supported institution founded in 1911, is located in Murfreesboro, TN less than a mile from the exact geographic center of the state. MTSU students and personnel can enjoy the advantages of a metropolitan atmosphere without the impersonalization associated with a big city.
The large and beautifully landscaped campus of approximately 500 acres has more than 200 permanent buildings totaling almost 6.0 million square feet.
Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Jack and Jill of America, Inc., is a membership organization of mothers with children ages 2 – 19, dedicated to nurturing future African American leaders by strengthening children through leadership development, volunteer service, philanthropic giving and civic duty.
CASA of Jackson County, MO
Jackson County CASA was founded by the Kansas City chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women to ensure that abused and neglected children in our metropolitan area are given a voice in Court.
First Call Kansas City
First Call provides clinical, educational and prevention services to individuals and families in Greater Kansas City impacted by substance use disorders. First Call prevention and recovery services impact over 60,000 individuals each year in the Kansas City area.
Green Light Fund Kansas City
Launched with 45 philanthropic investors, GreenLight Kansas City represents the city’s extraordinary philanthropic spirit and the ambition to find innovative approaches proven to help low-income residents access opportunities for a brighter future.
ReeceNichols Real Estate
ReeceNichols has a remarkable history, one with historical ties to the region dating back to 1905 with the formation of J.C. Nichols Real Estate and again in 1987 with the creation of the J.D. Reece Company. In 2001, these two iconic brands saw an opportunity to better serve the people of Missouri and Kansas and provide them with unparalleled stability and strength right at home. They joined forces, and Reece & Nichols became the undisputed market leader in Kansas City real estate.
Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscience
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences is a private, non-profit, graduate school for the health professions, with a main campus located on 23 acres in Kansas City, in the U.S. state of Missouri. Founded in 1916, KCU consists of both a medical school and a College of Biosciences.
Centurions Kansas City
Since 1976, the two-year leadership development program has prepared greater Kansas City’s emerging leaders for roles including judges, CEOs, and nonprofit executives. Centurions is an unequaled training ground for future Kansas City leaders.
The Civic Council of Greater Kansas City
The Civic Council of Greater Kansas City is a nonprofit organization composed of the leadership of the largest, private employers in the Kansas City area. Our vision is to achieve a dynamic, globally-competitive region that benefits all its citizens. The Civic Council exists to accelerate growth in the region’s prosperity and quality of life by strategically deploying the personal and corporate resources, influence and expertise of our members
Florida A&M University
Florida A&M University (FAMU) is part of the State University System of Florida and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. FAMU's main campus comprises 156 buildings spread over 422 acres atop the highest of Tallahassee’s seven hills. The university also has several satellite campuses including a site in Orlando where the College of Law is located and sites in Miami, Jacksonville and Tampa for its pharmacy program.
A Father's Place
A Father's Place is the only non-profit with more than ten years of experience in the Waccamaw region whose sole mission is to help fathers overcome the barriers to being a responsible and involved father. We are located in Conway, Myrtle Beach and Georgetown, South Carolina. We also serve fathers from surrounding counties including Williamsburg and Marion.