Success Stories

United Inner City Services (UICS) recently received a grant for $100,000 from the Jackson County Community Children’s Services Fund to improve mental health outcomes for low-income children and families in Jackson County, Missouri. UICS will expand the UICS Mental Health Intervention program, essentially duplicating the existing program from...

Camp Fire was recently awarded a $2,500,000 grant from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation to support the implementation of its five-year Business Plan, “Strengthening the System.” Funds from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation support the implementation of its five-year Business Plan, “Strengthening the System,” specifically funding the support of...

Developing Potential, Inc. (DPI) recently received a grant for $335,963 from eitas to support day services for adults with developmental disabilities in Jackson County. DPI’s mission is to provide quality day habilitation services to adults with developmental disabilities, and to support those individuals to reach their potential and achieve...

The YMCA of Greater Kansas City was recently awarded a $250,240 grant from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 21st Century Community Centers Continuation (CCLC) Grant to support before and after school learning and summer learning loss prevention programming. The support of the 21st Century Community Centers Continuation...

Baptist Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation (BTLLF) was recently awarded a $240,000 grant from the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City (now the Health Forward Foundation), Safety Net to support the Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet. Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet (KCMC) began in 2005. The program partners with existing social...

reStart, Inc. was recently awarded a $166,300 grant from the Kansas City Consolidated Plan, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA) to provide shelter-based and off-site transitional housing and case management support to 50 households living with HIV/AIDS. Although our clients come to us first and foremost for...