Author: Support KC

Leveraging Your Revenue Model for Greatest Impact

by Support KC

Whether your revenue model is coming from grants, donations, services, memberships or special events, your entire organization needs to understand it and the role each staff member plays in its success. We sat down with Jenne Vanderbout, Chief Operating Officer; Christy Cubbage, Director of Client Accounting; and Elizabeth Liddle, Director of Client Accounting after Support…



Shared Voices: A Decade of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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A Decade of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: The Cultural Competency Collective of Greater Kansas City   Challenge, risk, discomfort and second chances – this is the culture required to do the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion.  The Cultural Competency Collective of Greater Kansas City (the Collective) is celebrating its 10-year anniversary of fostering this…



Shared Spaces: Planet Play’s Pop-Up Lab

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Planet Play’s Pop-Up Lab A new shared space for play and learning has popped up at the corner of 55thand Troost in Kansas City, Mo.  Planet Play’s Pop-Up Play Lab is located at 5508 Troost Avenue, and is the first in what the organization hopes to be a series of mobile play sites across the…



Brave Communications in 2019

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  • Posted on January 11, 2019

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In our connected world, thousands of messages compete for your audience’s attention everyday.  Does your Nonprofit Wellness Plan include a communications strategy to help cut through the noise?  Last year, Ray Gary, the CEO of iDonate, shared five digital trends affecting nonprofit organizations in 2019.  Here is our take on three of these trends that…



Shared Voices: 2018 Nonprofit Leadership Conference

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  • Posted on November 28, 2018

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Nearly 200 nonprofit leaders from across the region gathered last Monday to learn and network at the 2018 Nonprofit Leadership Conference held at the UMKC Bloch School of Management. The conference focused on identifying an organization’s life stage, building nonprofit capacity, and helping organizations sustain mature development.  Support KC was proud to be a sponsor of…



Shared Spaces: Mohart J. Multipurpose FOCUS Center

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  • Posted on November 28, 2018

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Situated at the corner of 32nd Street and Wayne Avenue in Kansas City, Mo., the Robert J. Mohart Multipurpose FOCUS Center serves as Shared Space for nonprofit organizations and a common ground for a variety of civic life in the metro area. As a Shared Space for the nonprofit community, the Mohart Multipurpose Center (formerly the…



Listen Back: Inside the Mind of Your Auditor

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  • Posted on September 6, 2018

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As the financial landscape continues to evolve for nonprofits, we want to give our clients the resources they need so they can focus on their missions.  Each month Support KC hosts a free training event, exclusively designed for our clients, covering important topics that impact nonprofit leaders and their organizations.  These Coffee Cup Conversations give…



Support KC Summer 2018 Newsletter

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  • Posted on September 5, 2018

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Support KC 2018 Newsletter >> The Support KC newsletter helps you stay informed on the latest topics and trends that help your nonprofit organization run more efficiently.  Check out the latest in Shared Services, Shared Spaces, Shared Resources and Shared Voices in the Summer 2018 Newsletter here.          



Shared Voices: The Digital Poorhouse

Virginia Eubanks, author of Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police and Punish the Poor, was the keynote speaker for Support KC’s 2018 Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership Awards this summer.  As an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Albany, SUNY, Eubanks writes at the intersections of technology and social justice and has emerged…



Support KC Appoints Three New Board Members

MISSION, KS, July 12, 2018 — Support Kansas City, Inc. (Support KC) is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors.  Joining the board are Sean Brough, Senior Manager at Protiviti; Jeremy Davis, Economic Development Manager at Metropolitan Community College; and Tracy Hale, CEO of Youth Volunteer Corps. “The…