KANSAS CITY | ST. LOUIS LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:28:24-07:00
Kansas City | St. Louis Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Friday - October 22
The latest local Kansas City/Jefferson City/St. Louis area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Long-Term Care Ombudsman volunteer champion resident rights and act as liaisons between facility staff and residents.
Call 816-421-4980 to learn more about becoming a Long-Term Care Ombudsman volunteer or to request an application.
Thanks to everyone who gave as part of our 30 Donors in 30 Days monthly giving campaign. We came close to reaching our goal with 23 new donors. We're grateful for you, and for those who volunteer to create a more sustainable KC!
New Tool Available!
@fema recently released a new online mapping tool that identifies communities most at risk to 18 natural hazards. The KC Regional Climate Action Plan website has more information here: https://t.co/mzH1tcDmOH @ClimateActionKC
Call all your #Mentors this weekend & thank them!
@MENTORnational & guest co-host @formerlywright Kristin Howard had big answers on #nonprofit issues. Shoutout to Friday's Q&A partner @CauseSellingEd. We need a 'Hug Your Mentor' Day. . . .
Full episode; https://t.co/KQjlRmNtom
Our second season of online classes for beginning & intermediate-level writers begin next month! The classes, taught by @UMKC creative writing grad students include: Found Poetry, Creative Nonfiction & Academic Writing. Learn more: https://t.co/LDn0qFE9fE
Our partners make our work possible. We're proud to collaborate with Community Housing of Wyandotte County @CHWCINC. Their mission is to stabilize and revitalize #KansasCity by improving housing and quality of life. Learn more: https://t.co/ubPEqNYohf.
Join Elizabeth Wycoff, curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, as she delves into how Rembrandt van Rijn used his unique style and techniques to transform the art of etching in this 1653 masterpiece. ⏳
Many local libraries and other sites around Harvesters’ service area offer free meals for kids after school during the week as part of our Kids Cafe program. Find a site near you at https://t.co/kipnB30AsY
More than 13,000 people and businesses have accepted the @MoDOT Buckle Up Phone Down challenge, to always wear a seat belt and put the phone down while driving.
Will you make the pledge? https://t.co/4NTNR29t8N
Next Wednesday, October 27 from 5-7 p.m. join us for an evening of literary tricks and treats during our latest book swap event with @BierStation and @KCYFLib RSVP and more info: https://t.co/qcQz2tdp2b
Due to a private event on Saturday, Oct. 23, Rozzelle Court will be closed to the public and not serve lunch. Head out to our Terrace Snack Bar in the Sculpture Park for concessions or lunch that day. Or grab coffee and pastries at the @ThouMayCoffee in the Bloch Bldg.