Youth Advisory Council (YAC) members are back at school and looking for new members to join their teams. We recently spoke to our Team Leaders at their monthly meeting about why YAC is a worthwhile community initiative, and here is what some of these future community leaders had to say...
Markets are down across the board, and that includes cryptocurrency. With this in mind, you may not be thinking about a Bitcoin or Ethereum donation today.
When is a good time to talk to your loved ones about a legacy plan? How about over Sunday dinner, during halftime, or while washing dishes? Whenever you are all in a comfortable space, that could be the right time.
Have you heard? We are having a little get-together at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center with about 700 of our closest friends, family, community leaders, and elected officials. Would you like to join us?
Each year, Truman Heartland recognizes a corporate citizen whose generosity in charitable giving has a tremendous impact on the region we serve.
Boy introduced his parents to robotics. Mom and Dad now honored for volunteer efforts - Lee's Summit Journal [September 9, 2020]
Community Services League sees rising demand - The Examiner [September 5, 2020]
Citizens who step up: Honors for Lee Williams and Brent Schondelmeyer of Independence - The Examiner [September 2, 2020]
Pandemic is ‘a fog that prevents us from seeing ahead.’ Job Skills program essential - Lee's Summit Journal [August 27, 2020]
Truman Heartland Community Foundation awards $310,000+ in grants to nonprofits - Link 2 Lee's Summit [August 24, 2020]
Truman Heartland Community Foundation Awards $310,000+ in Grants to Nonprofits - Lee's Summit Tribune [August 22, 2020]
Truman Heartland Community Foundation Awarded $60,000 Grant for Job Skills Program - Valley News [March 12, 2020]
Over $250,000 in Grants Available from THCF in 2020 - Valley News [February 6, 2020]
New Truman Heartland Partnership Provides Free Job Training Available For In-Demand Careers - Valley News [February 6, 2020]
Local agencies push for better job skills - The Examiner [January 31, 2020]
New Voices on Truman Heartland Community Foundation Board in 2020 - Lee's Summit Tribune [January 11, 2020]
Truman Heartland Community Foundation Welcomes New Board Members - Valley News [January 9, 2020]
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