In January, 2009, two great organizations merged to better serve the citizens of Harvey, Marion, and McPherson counties. This merger created a partnership in the Central Kansas region that will carry out a shared vision to help families build lasting legacies in their communities. As a resource for all nonprofit agencies in Central Kansas, the new Central Kansas Community Foundation is committed to being the leader in promoting philanthropy and ensuring a bright future for central Kansas.
... their daughter Zoe and son Edison; sister, Joette (Charlie) Speake of Colstrip, Montana; and several nieces, nephews and their children. A memorial has been established with The Nygaard Family...more
Looking for an initial way to get involved, Vogts was informed of the Women's Community Foundation and its local impact. Managed under the umbrella of the Central Kansas Community Foundation, the WCF...more
Eleven community groups and projects received boosts Saturday when Peabody Community Foundation handed out more than $10,000 in grants during its annual Pancake Day festivities at Peabody Senior...more