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Garmin Discusses Nonprofit Efforts on KC Cares

Garmin Discusses Nonprofit Efforts on KC Cares

Garmin

Jennifer Pouzzuolo | Human Resources Director

Garmin products have revolutionized the aviation, automotive, fitness, marine and outdoor lifestyles. Founded in Olathe, Kansas, Garmin employs more than 15,000 associates around the world including over 4,000 in the Kansas City area. Service-oriented from day one, Garmin is a longtime supporter of the Greater Kansas City United Way and received its 2019 Pinnacle Award for leadership in corporate philanthropy and community engagement. Garmin proudly sponsors many organizations, such as United Way of Greater Kansas City, Boys and Girls Clubs, Girl Scouts and the American Cancer Society, as well as events and professional athletes that align with the markets we serve. In choosing what charities to partner with the organization must be a designated 5013C, some health related, educational efforts especially those that are stem focused, try to ensure diversity efforts, picking different agencies, research and spreading support for a variety of community organizations and local impact areas

www.garmin.com

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Village Presbyterian Church

Deborah White & WIll Breytspraak, 

The music ministry has a long tradition of performing free concerts with a retiring offering given to area nonprofits. This concert is only one of such three concerts that will be held this year to benefit others. The music ministry works in coordination with Village’s Mission outreach on the benefactors of the concerts.

villagepres.org

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Berkowitz Oliver LLP

David Oliver, 

Helping companies diversify and strengthen their boards and implement best practices in board/management relations. He has a particular interest in issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in building a better community in our region.

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Black Community Fund

Pat MacDonald, Executive Director and a senior philanthropic advisor

The Black Community Fund is the region’s largest charitable fund focused solely on meeting the needs of, and areas of value and interest to, Black people in Kansas City.The Black Community Fund is the region’s largest charitable fund focused solely on meeting the needs of, and areas of value and interest to, Black people in Kansas City.

www.blackcommunityfund.org

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Sisters Circle Fund

Marie McCarther, Co-founder

Established in 2016, the Sisters’ Circle’s mission is to increase charitable giving within African-American communities, to benefit African-American communities in the Greater Kansas City area. Annually, the Sister’s Circle Fund provides grants to non-profit organizations meeting critical community needs.

https://www.growyourgiving.org/grant/sisters-circle-greater-kansas-city

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Global Orphan Project

Jon Cassat, Chief Marketing Officer
 Jessica Ray, Executive Director of Marketplace

The organization offers a variety of programs including orphan prevention and care, education, job creation, U.S. Foster Care, refugee ministry. Job Creation  & revenue are provided through GOEX

www.goproject.org

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In partnership with the Kauffman Foundation

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Association of Fundraising Professionals

Michelle Davis, Kansas City Chapter President

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community.afpglobal.org/afpkc/home

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KC Fringe Festival

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Now in its 15th year, KC Fringe is an unjuried, uncensored performing and visual arts festival features local, regional, and national performers and creators. Fringe Festival KC is the biggest celebration of arts and culture in the Kansas City metropolitan region

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Ed Asner Interview

The Ed Asner Family Center’s mission is to promote self-confidence in differently-abled individuals and bring balance and wellness to those individuals and their families

edasnerfamilycenter.org

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Previous Episodes!

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 Dr. Patrick Rooney

The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI is dedicated to improving philanthropy to improve the world by training and empowering students and professionals to be innovators and leaders who create positive and lasting change. 

givingusa.org

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37 Days of Kindness

Cheryl Williams, Founder & Mom

The intent of this 37 Days of Kindness Challenge to share kindness with others and create a new habit that might affect your life and those around you. It is simply to be intentional and have fun bringing little slices of joy to others. 

www.37kinddays.org 

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“C” You In The Major Leagues strives to provide hope and support to children and families as we use baseball to reach, teach, and develop future character-driven leaders.

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KC Cares, Kansas City’s nonprofit voice, tells the stories of Kansas City nonprofits and connects them with the community.  Produced by Charitable Communications 

In partnership with the Kauffman Foundation

Think. Do. Be Uncommon.

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Jeffrey Byrne, CEO & Co-founder, Byrne & Pelofsky + Associates

Web site: byrnepelofsky.com

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Greater Lee’s Summit Healthcare Foundation

 Jon Ellis, board member

John Beaudoin, President

Website: www.healthyleessummit.org

Twitter @GLSHFoundation

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Kansas City Startup Foundation

Matthew Marcus, Director of Engagement

Lauren Conaway, Director of Operations=

www.kcstartupfoundation.org

Twitter: @KCstartupFDN

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