Published in February, the 2019 annual report celebrates the grants, gifts and actions that strengthened our community last year.
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Raytown School District’s Parents as Teachers program continues to bring joy and support to Raytown families.
With distance learning and most events canceled or postponed, Youth Advisory Council students are using their time to play an important role in this year’s competitive grants program.
While many Americans are depending on stimulus money to make ends meet, for the fortunate ones among us, this as an opportunity to make a difference and help our community endure this challenging time.
Truman Heartland Community Foundation is dedicated to our commitment of supporting local nonprofits as they face an increase in demand for services, decreased revenues and increased operational expenses caused by the pandemic.
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]
Foundation Offers Scholarships - Link 2 Lee's Summit [December 18, 2019]
Foundation Offers Scholarships - The Richmond News [October 31, 2019]
Meyers family recognized for years of involvement in Blue Springs - The Examiner [October 2, 2019]
Brad Welle helps make Grain Valley a better place to live - The Examiner [September 17, 2019]
Lake Tapawingo resident honored for variety of efforts - The Examiner [September 19, 2019]
Independence honors Kathy and Randy Vest for years of service - The Examiner [September 11, 2019]
Dr. Welle Recognized as Citizen of the Year - Valley News [August 8, 2019]
The Truman Heartland Community Foundation awarded more than $319,000 in scholarships - Lee's Summit Journal [July 6, 2019]
Truman Heartland To Recognize Exceptional Philanthropic Work - Lee's Summit Tribune [June 29, 2019]
Ways to Give Through Truman Heartland Community Foundation
Amy Brost is here to help, email or call 816-912-4190.
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