Sharing Kinetic Client Success
Breaking Stigma, Breaking Ground Campaign Receives
a $2.5-million Gift
CrossWinds (Emporia, Kans.) has been given a $2.5-million gift from the W.S. & E.C. Jones Testamentary Trust, Bank of America, N.A. in support of the nonprofit community mental health center’s ongoing capital campaign, Breaking Stigma, Breaking Ground. This contribution will be directly used in the renovation of two buildings to help expand treatment offerings throughout the agency’s seven-county coverage area. Additionally, a portion of the gift will help support CrossWinds’ children’s programs, including daytime, after-school, summer, and Positive Alternatives for Student Success (PASS).
Children's Safety Center Receives $1-million Gift for
Healing the Future
Children’s Safety Center (Springdale, Ark) has been granted a million-dollar gift from The Schmieding Foundation. The Foundation’s mission is to improve the life and outlook in the youth of tomorrow and the elderly of today. By supporting the Children’s Safety Center, The Schmieding Foundation is doing just that and more. The Children’s Safety Center of Washington County empowers children to overcome abuse and begin to trust, hope, and heal. They do this through their five free programs: advocacy, therapy, forensic medical exams, forensic interviews and prevention and education trainings. The Children’s Safety Center plays an essential role in the community – providing services, building relationships and serving as a bridge to healing for victims of child abuse.
Harvesters Receives Outpouring of Support
Harvesters – The Community Food Network (Kansas City) received a generous donation from Helzberg’s Diamonds to underwrite 4,500 meals. The company also sent a team of volunteers from its merchandising and planning departments to serve in the Kansas City facility. Volunteers sorted 10,000 pounds of food and packaged produce boxes.