KANSAS CITY | ST. LOUIS LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2020-06-16T18:46:19-07:00
Kansas City | St. Louis Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - October 27
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!
Check out "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" to hear Grace Wildenhaus, of @cccnmo talk about Refugee and Immigration Services at https://t.co/S67boBzwfV @DioJeffCity #midmo #columbiamo #como #cccnmoris #refugeeswelcome
Ticket sales for the year's Writers for Readers event benefitting the Library will close at midnight tonight! Don't miss this online event featuring @Sarah_Smarsh & @nytimes’ @jeligon in conversation w/ @Wsterrell Oct. 29 at 6:30pm: https://t.co/SnvzausY5q
Happy second 1st Day to our Team Purple students at @AfftonHS! 💜💜💜 #afftonlearns #afftonstrong
If you’re changing your wardrobe for the cold weather, consider helping those experiencing homelessness get new clothes. Purchase items from our amazon wish list here: https://t.co/02yCAV0xNP #givingtuesday #reStartalife
Our thoughts and prayers with the family of Dennis Murphey. He retired as KC’s Chief Environmental Officer last year and passed away today. More details later on how you can pay tribute to his memory.
Still wondering about some aspects of voting in next week's election?
@DanceTheVoteStl has answers for your questions, Missouri voters.
See more: https://t.co/mMVucCaLH7
Come Home to Music - this Sunday at 2 p.m.!
If you are comfortable with joining us for an in-person concert, we're ready 😊
ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE on our website https://t.co/Z3Ffdtlo82
What does Jell-O salad have to do with the Great Depression? Take a Break for Ideas with HK and find out! Hear Beccy Tanner's presentation, "Dirt, Grit, and Jell-O Salad," at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Register for the free Zoom: https://t.co/ZRPUfIehCk
“I want to help kids be able to live the best, happiest and healthiest lives they can!”
Truman Heartland scholarships are helping Bryanna Counts follow her dream of becoming a pediatrician. https://t.co/F6QxrO8meF
Address staffing gaps with MARC IBTS Shared Services.
MARC communities can help fill many temporary or ongoing staffing gaps to address building department, planning, public works, and administrative and office needs. Learn more:
Our annual Halloween celebration at the Plaza Branch is going virtual! Join our youth librarians to dance, show off your costume, and hear stories. Please RSVP to receive a link to this online event: https://t.co/bKuZQ4PvCv
It is interesting how “controversial” this statement has become with some people. In the energy industry, it’s almost a given. https://t.co/M6gbyRkn2l
Here’s one of the stops on our new @_smartify tour—The Art of Mindfulness—to help lower stress. Take thirty minutes to slow down, breathe, and focus your attention on nine works of art, with mindfulness practitioner Amy Zoe Schonhoff. https://t.co/bJ0biihvBS
"The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum can help people identify, understand, embrace, and I hope appreciate the Black experience. This museum is a social justice museum. It is a civil rights museum," says Bob Kendrick, NLBM president.
FULL STORY: https://t.co/9qUvqkBNxZ
Immediate Vacancy - ASSISTANT VARSITY WRESTLING COACH https://t.co/fMNfgaNLU8