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Fore The Kids Discusses Teen Mental Health and Suicide Awareness

Fore The Kids

Kevin Timmons| Founder

To help every kid smile from the enjoyment of life and support positive mental health through improving community awareness and advocating access to high quality care and research.Fore the Kids is a 501c3 charity funding the Nick Timmons Endowed chair in Developmental and Behavioral Sciences. Supporting children identified with problems related to depression, anxiety, and mood disorders at Children’s Mercy Kansas.

forethekidskc.org

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One Heart Youth Incarceration Mentoring | KC Cares Nonprofit Radio

Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

Sharing the stories of local nonprofits and connecting them with the community! We talk with philanthropists, volunteers, community activists, executive directors, and non-profit lovers from the Kansas City nonprofit community. Be seen, be heard with KC Cares! Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

On episode 371 of KC Cares, we talk with Steve Riach, Director with One Heart Mentoring! Great discussion about youth incarceration mentoring! Listen now!

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One Heart Mentoring | Sat Feb 01 2020

Steve Riach, Director

The One Heart Project is a national collaborative initiative that provides mentors, education and training programs, and ancillary elements to incarcerated and probated youth, to equip them with the necessary tools and life skills.
The One Heart Kansas City Mentoring Initiative is designed to reach youthful offenders in the metro Kansas City area, as well as statewide in Kansas and Missouri.

http://www.oneheart.com/

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Ewing Kauffman Foundation

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Shelterwood Academy Teen Mental Healthcare | KC Cares Nonprofit Radio

Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

Sharing the stories of local nonprofits and connecting them with the community! We talk with philanthropists, volunteers, community activists, executive directors, and non-profit lovers from the Kansas City nonprofit community. Be seen, be heard with KC Cares! Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

On episode 370 of KC Cares, we talk with Jenny  Marvine, Outreach director & Jessica Wood, Clinical director with Shelterwood Academy! Great discussion about Teenage Mental Healthcare! Listen now!

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Shelterwood Academy | Sat Jan 25 2020

Jenny  Marvine, Outreach director & Jessica Wood, Clinical director

Residential treatment center for struggling teens

shelterwood.org

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KC Cares Nonprofit Podcast EP 361 | Restoration House

Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

Sharing the stories of local nonprofits and connecting them with the community! We talk with philanthropists, volunteers, community activists, executive directors, and nonprofit lovers from the Kansas City nonprofit community. Be seen, be heard with KC Cares! Kansas City’s Nonprofit Nonprofit Voice!

This week we talk about Human Trafficking.  Listen now!

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Restoration House

Kim Case, Executive Vice-President of Operations

Restoration House of Greater Kansas City offers long-term, residential housing with the nation’s most comprehensive programs and services for adult women and minor girl survivors of human trafficking.R|H provides housing, food, healthcare, therapy, education and job skill training without charge, to adult women and minor girl survivors of human trafficking.

restorationhousekc.com

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Nonprofit Interview with Lift Up Youth KC | KC Cares 359

Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

Sharing the stories of local nonprofits and connecting them with the community! We talk with philanthropists, volunteers, community activists, executive directors, and nonprofit lovers from the Kansas City nonprofit community. Be seen, be heard with KC Cares! Kansas City’s Nonprofit Nonprofit Voice!

This week talk about Non-profit fundraising with millennials, Non-profit music events, and Non-profit fundraising! Listen now!

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Lift Up Youth KC

Don Weston and Pip Dukes, 

Lift Up KC Youth Organization is here to develop the youth of the Kansas City Metro area. We are here to be a vessel to launch Kansas City area high school students into adulthood with a proper foundation in place.#

liftupkcyouth.org

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KC Cares Episode 352 | Nonprofit News, Stories, and Information

Kansas City’s Nonprofit Voice!

Sharing the stories of local nonprofits and connecting them with the community! We talk with philanthropists, volunteers, community activists, executive directors, and nonprofit lovers from the Kansas City nonprofit community. Be seen, be heard with KC Cares! Kansas City’s Nonprofit Nonprofit Voice!

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Johnson County Commission

Janee Hanzlick 4th DIstrict Commissioner

The BOCC has the exclusive power to enact, amend, and repeal public policies; to levy and apportion taxes, make appropriations, and adopt budgets; to establish strategic plans to guide organizational performance; and to appoint the CountyManager and certain offices, boards and commissions.

jocogov.org

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Ali Kemp Foundation

Roger Kemp Founder

The Ali Kemp Educational Foundation’s mission is to provide high-quality, appropriate, safety awareness and self-defense training to girls and women of all ages at low or no cost.

takedefense.org

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Big Dogs Huge Paws

Amy Hyken-Lande Activist

Big Dogs Huge Paws was founded on the core philosophy is that every “BIG” dog deserves a chance. Our goal is to make sure that every dog receives only the best of care, food, and training. We will also ensure that they are properly evaluated (medically and behaviorally) and placed according to their special needs. Our medical officer and veterinarian team will provide first aid training to all foster volunteers and health seminars about the latest developments in animal medicine.
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The Rescue Project

Andrea Knobble Founder

The Rescue Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building trusting relationships with people and their pets, while at the same time improving the lives of animals in Kansas City’s under-served communities.

therescueproject.net

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