KANSAS CITY | ST. LOUIS LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:28:24-07:00
Kansas City | St. Louis Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Saturday - July 31
The latest local Kansas City/Jefferson City/St. Louis area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Excellent news! Congrats and thanks to @DeSalesCD for investing in this particular area that includes the @RungforWomen campus, which was also a result of their investment. CDCs often make the investments others won’t then work for a positive result. #goodexample @FPNA
“My job is to be kind, my job is to be direct, and my job is a number of things, but right now, it's to build a business,” says @Naomi_NYC @TheShineApp, in convo with @DesireeChicago @pearachute. LISTEN: https://t.co/c24Qb3dxpL
We're proud to announce audio description is now available for the History Clubhouse on our SoundCloud page! Listen at home before your visit or listen on your own smart device while on site. #AccessMHS
How are you feeling today? Are you happy? A little sad? Sleepy? In our latest storytime, we read along with Mr. Ron & explore all kinds of feelings w/ Glad, Glad Bear! Watch it & more storytimes from this week on our KC Library Youth YouTube Channel: https://t.co/GfzfpcTQTM
Have some cake and help feed families in need! Starting today, .@TheCCF will donate a portion of proceeds from each slice of Coconut Cream Pie Cheesecake sold, to our parent organization .@FeedingAmerica
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread in our community, we're partnering w/ @KCCAREHealth to increase access to the vaccine. Beginning Aug. 3 our North-East, Waldo, & Plaza Branches will be hosting weekly, FREE, walk-in vaccination clinics. Learn more: https://t.co/RX5ZudqGoF
It's the last day of #NationalBerryDay and boy did we celebrate!
Thanks to another incredibly generous donation from @driscollsberry we we able to donate nearly 1,5000lbs. of strawberries & raspberries to 25 different agencies!
How did Kansans survive the Great Depression? One answer might be dirt, grit, & Jell-O salad. Explore how Kansas of the 1930s can help us better understand the state today at the Hoisington Public Library on Saturday, July 31 at 1 PM. https://t.co/Wypxky6k2N #HumanitiesEveryday
Léon-Augustin Lhermitte was born July 31, 1844 #onthisday. "Potato Planting in Spring" captures a farm in transition. The foreground presents us with the farm labor of the past, the background shows us the future https://t.co/xpkYVjWThm