Information and Application for Current Grant Cycle

Past Grantees

Granting more than $75,000 in the past two years

2021 Grantees

Inclusion Connections - $15,000 to purchase PawsAbilities van to transport jobholders and visit mobile store events

LevelUP Kids - $7,500 to purchase spot vision screener to expand vision care to low-income children

Urban Ranger Corps - $15,000 for van purchase to help transport young men to work sites, extracurricular activities, and volunteer opportunities

2021 Runners Up

Flourish Furnishings - $2,000 to help spread hope throughout the Kansas City region

Scraps KC - $2,000 for making KC textile waste sustainable


2020 Grantees

Bags of Fun Kansas City - $8,000 to "support the mission of Bags of Fun KC by purchasing awesome toys and games for children with cancer and other long-term illnesses."

Center for the Developmentally Disabled - $3,000 to "support CDD’s long-term vision of providing critical support services to those with developmental disabilities by purchasing Chromebooks used to deliver content and media resources for their enjoyment and personal development."

Christmas in October - $5,000 to "repair of roofs for 5 to 7 homes of low-income seniors, resulting in enhanced safety and equity for the homeowners, as well as value for the neighborhood, through its network of professionals and volunteers."

Determination Inc. - $12,000 to "help fund Determination Inc.’s entrepreneur-accelerator competition, which gives formerly incarcerated individuals a jump start into rebuilding their careers and their communities. The competition helps provide matching grants and skills that help them and their companies rocket to success."

Northland Therapeutic Riding Center - $2,000 to "purchase the supplies necessary to ensure their indoor riding arena is safe and comfortable for all of their patrons who visit daily to engage in therapeutic riding sessions with their 11 horses and their PATH-certified trainers, the only ones in the East MO region!"

Sheffield Place - $8,250 to "help redevelop a new building to increase its capacity to serve homeless mothers and their children. The money will be used to purchase needed appliance and other materials used to ensure these families are given every chance of starting a new and better life in the home Sheffield provides."