Author: Support Kansas City

Programs and Studio Space for Creative Entrepreneurs

InterUrban ArtHouse will transform the Post Office in Downtown Historic Overland Park into a community center for arts and cultural studios. Phase-1a renovations include the purchase and improvements to the 10,000 square foot building to make it fully accessible. Phase-1b will include finishes to create studios, exhibition and programming space for a variety of creative…



Support Kansas City Receives Regional Business Excellence Award

Mission, KS – Support Kansas City, a local nonprofit providing business and administrative support services to other nonprofits, was awarded the Regional Business Excellence Award by the Kansas Department of Commerce. Support Kansas City was chosen as one of four winners in the region and twenty three winners statewide. The award is part of the…



Local Leaders Offer Advice for Nonprofits

In April 2015, SKC awarded the Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership awards to Community LINC, who won the award for an agency with a budget of $1 million or more. Girls on the Run of Greater Kansas City also received the award for an agency with a budget of $1 million or less.  The panel of…



Central Exchange “35 For 35”

Central Exchange, a Kansas City networking organization primarily for professional women, is observing its 35th anniversary by encouraging its 1,000-plus members to participate in volunteer projects. The program is called “35 for 35.” Thirty-five Kansas City area nonprofits are being selected for Central Exchange members to commit volunteer time on specific days or provide items…



Regroup, Recharge, Resource at Hollis

Hollis is your connected outdoor space.  Hollis is a place set apart from the daily grind of life, where individuals and groups can renew and get ready to re-enter the rigors of life.  Set in the hills just south of the Kansas Speedway, the Hollis Lodge is your ideal place for small, off-site meetings and…



Office Space Available at Linwood Area Ministry Place

Linwood Area Ministry Place (LAMP), at the site of the former Linwood Presbyterian Church at Linwood Blvd. and Bruce R. Watkins Drive, is transforming one of Kansas City’s most visible landmarks into a vibrant campus of community services. The initial phase of redevelopment is to be completed in late Summer 2015 and includes the adaptive…



Support Kansas City presents at 2015 Building Opportunities Conference in Vancouver

What better way to inaugurate the Shared Services section of our newsletter than to express our excitement about SKC being invited to present in June our shared services model at the 2015 Building Opportunities Conference in Vancouver, BC. Support Kansas City was asked to present by the Nonprofit Centers Network, who cohosted the conference. In their search…



SKC’s Gone International!

Debra Box, Executive Director, was invited to present at the 2015 Building Opportunities Conference: “Connecting Possibilities” June 1-3 in Vancouver, BC. The bi-annual Building Opportunities Conference is co-presented by The Nonprofit Centers Network and the Social Purpose Real Estate Collaborative. In her presentation “Building Your Client Base; Recruitment, Retention, Referral, Reputation,” Ms. Box discussed Support…



For the benefit of the nonprofit sector everywhere, we wanted to provide resources for ways we can continue to operate and grow within this era. And once social distancing begins to fade, what lessons can we take from this to improve our operations permanently. Come back often for more updates.