The end of the year is fasting approaching. Given the increased standard deduction, many donors are realizing the importance of planning their charitable giving in order to maximize the tax savings.
This year, Truman Heartland celebrated the 24th Annual Toast to Our Towns Gala, presented by Speaks Chapels. With more than 700 attendees, it was truly an evening to remember.
On Friday, September 6, 2019 Truman Heartland Community Foundation had the honor of recognizing the seven 2019 Citizens of the Year at the Heartland Citizens’ Reception. This gathering of 100 attendees, is a special pre-gala event, offering area Mayors an opportunity to share the impact that their honoree has made in their communities.
With locations in Kansas City, Independence and Lee’s Summit, Developing Potential has been serving the community for more than 25 years and the need continues to grow. Join Developing Potential on Saturday, September 14 at 9am at their Independence location for a tour of the facility, information on programs and an update on their plans for expansion.
Youth Advisory Council members have had a busy summer. Teams of students have been reviewing grants from local nonprofits and making on-site visits to learn more about the programs that would be supported by grant funding from Truman Heartland.
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]
Truman Heartland Announces Philanthropic Honorees - Valley News [June 27, 2019]
Teens Collected 40,000 Items In Eight Hours For Area Hungry - Lee's Summit Tribune [April 13, 2019]
Student to Fill Trucks for Those in Need - Valley News [April 4, 2019]
New Voices On Truman Heartland Community Foundation Board In 2019 - Lee's Summit Tribune [February 2, 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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