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Tyrone Flowers talks about the Higher M-Pact program offers intense, long-term mentoring for a select group of high-risk urban adolescents.
Bob Paredes talks about how the Bright Futures Fund provides financial assistance to families, students and schools within the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City - St. Joseph.
Kristin Riott talks about how Bridging the Gap works to make the Kansas City region sustainable by connecting environment, economy and community.
Dan Weinbaum talks about how the mission of Heart to Heart International is to improve global health through initiatives that connect people and resources to a world in need.
Alan Flory talks about how ReDiscover offers programs and services for people whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness and/or substance abuse.
Clarence Smith explains the mission of Coalition for Independence is to facilitate positive and responsible independence for all people with disabilities by acting as an advocate for individuals with disabilities and providing services.
Kelly Welch talks about how the mission of Sheffield Place is to empower homeless mothers and their children to heal from their trauma and help them become self-sufficient.
Mary Anne Metheny talks about how the Hope House services form a safety net of prevention, education and support for more than 10,000 victims of domestic violence every year.
Art Gangel of N2Life talks about how the mission is to provide mentors to those coming out of incarceration. N2Life delivers education, structure, and support for these relationships.
Moira Mulhern talks about how Turning Point’s mission is to empower and transform the mind, body, and spirit of individuals, families, and friends living with serious or chronic physical illness.
Holly Buckendahl talks about how the mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities is to reduce the burden of childhood illness on children and their families.
Stacie Bratcher with Immacolata Manor sits down with Frank Boal to talk about how the non-profit agency provides habilitation services for persons with developmental disabilities.
Rick Bien explains how Make A Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.
Ann Huell talks about how the Heartstrings Community Foundation assists adults with developmental disabilities to live meaningful, productive and independent lives through interactions with the community.
Teresa McClain talks about the mission of Community LINC which is to end homelessness, impact poverty and remove barriers to self-sufficiency for the families they serve.
Matt Anthony talks about how the Head for the Cure Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding in the fight against brain cancer.
Makenzie Martin talks about how the Melanoma Miracles Foundation was created to raise awareness, share information about the early detection and prevention of Melanoma and to help fund research.
Ed Nelson talks about how the Folds of Honor Foundation gives back to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country.
Doug Zimmerman talks about how Ozanam responds to the behavioral, emotional, social and spiritual needs of children and their families
Randy Horn of Wheels of Freedom talks about how the organization refurbishes used wheelchairs to donate to underdeveloped countries.
Beckie Cooper with the Midwest Chapter of the ALS Association talks about the mission to empower people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease to live fuller lives by providing compassionate care and support
Kathy Zents talks about how the Health & Safety Council of Western Missouri and Kansas aims to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work and in communities.
Jake Latta talks about how The Hope Center envisions a safe, vibrant neighborhood where people of all types flourish. The eastside community will transform into a safe, pleasant place to live.
Joe Colaizzi describes how the Kansas City Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered community offering freedom and hope to the poor and homeless, empowering them to reach their full potential.
Gaby Lucas talks about The Jellybean Conspiracy (JBC), a non-for-profit organization, that sponsors theatre shows designed to include the talents of students with and without disabilities.
Mike Matthews talks about how Hit-It-A-Ton benefits the Bishop Sullivan Center.
Bobbi Jo Reed talks about how Healing House provides a faith-based, safe, loving and stable home environment for women separated from their families due to their addiction problems.
Gina Townley talks about how KC Stand Down helps veterans reconstruct their lives with medical attention, legal assistance and job training or job opportunities.
Jason Nees talks about how the organization has grown into the nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization
Tim Lockyear talks about how the Supporting Kids Foundation aims to raise as much money possible to help families with a child battling cancer.
Virginia Lewis-Brunk with Sunflower House, talks about how the non-profit, United Way agency is helping to protect children in the community from physical and sexual abuse.
Amy Stoll with First Downs for Down Syndrome talks about how the Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Line raises money and awareness for Down Syndrome organizations.
Reinhard Mabry with the Alphapointe Association for the Blind explains how the organization is the largest single employer of visually impaired individuals in Missouri.
Christine Schloss talks about how The Daphne Tree is dedicated to helping prevent premature births and aid those suffering from the long term effects of prematurity.
Art Still talks about how NFL Charities enables the NFL teams to collectively make grants to charitable and worthwhile causes on a national scale.
Pat Zuk talks about how The First Tee of Greater Kansas City provides young people an opportunity to develop life-enhancing values such as confidence, perseverance and judgment through golf and character education.
Charlene Shibel talks about how Olathe Health System Hospice serves residents who are facing end of life illnesses.
Jenny Horn talks about the mission of Charlie's House - to prevent injuries to children in and around the home.
Dr. Brian Barash talks about how Marillac Center heals the broken hearts and spirits of children in Kansas City and its surrounding communities.
Brian Lawrence with 810 Cares for KC talks about how the organization contributes money and time to those groups that help others and make the metro area a better place to live.
Danielle Taylor with Through Our Children’s Lives talks about the mission of the Kansas non-profit to ensure the well being of abused women and children.
The Historical Society of New Santa Fe was established to preserve and memorialize the history of the town of New Santa Fe, MO and surrounding regions.
Doug Cowan with the Community Services League talks about how they help the "poorest of the Poor" with emergency needs.
Renee Parks with Girls on the Run discusses how her group helps empower girls and encourage positive emotional, social, mental, spiritual and physical development.
Mary Lynne Dolembo with the Children's Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) explains how the group helps families when children face challenges with their vision.
Independence Fire Chief Sandy Schiess outlines the numerous local groups that have banded together to be ready in the time of need anywhere in the country.
Katie Linden with Susan G. Komen for the Cure talks about the different services like a mobile mammography center that her groups help bring to patients in the Kansas City area.
Buddie Butterfield discusses how Buddie's Buddies work with children with different disabilities learn to play adaptive golf.
Roxane Hill from The Children's Place explains how her group helps children that are the victims of violence and neglect.
Peggy Van Dyke from the Foundation for Inclusive Religious Education (FIRE) discuss her group's efforts to provide educational opportunities to children with special needs.
Gary Swanson with the Heartland Honor Flight details his efforts to honor veterans.
Lisa Ousley with the Society of St. Andrew discusses the group's efforts in the End Hunger program to bring fresh food to metro families.
In this week’s Job Done Right, Lori Ross talks about Midwest Foster Care.
Janet Moore from the Child Abuse Prevention Association sits down with Frank Boal to discuss their mission of prevention and treatment of child abuse.
Brian Gregory with the KC Chiefs Red Coaters sits down with Frank Boal to discuss the groups mission to help more than 60 local youth agencies every year.
Janet Lowe with Hope Networks describes her group's efforts to to make sure individual basic needs are met.
Julie Moise from Ian's Rainbow Flu Foundation discusses how she is memorializing her son by raising awareness of the seriousness of influenza in children.
Ryan Rink from Big Brothers Big Sisters talks about his organization's efforts in the area, including the annual Man to Man event at Arrowhead.
Al Brown from the Raytown Emergency Assistance Program (REAP) explains how his organization helps communities with everything from heating costs to school supplies.
This week's Job Done Right focuses on Braden's Hope for Childhood Cancer.
This week's Job Done Right Focuses on the Turner House Children's Clinic.
Ellen Feldhausen talks about Harvesters which feeds 66,000 people a week, providing a vital service to the hungry.
Dr. Jeremy Fry outlines how his organization helps families find their smiles by bringing braces to kids in need.