Truman Heartland Community Foundation was recently awarded a $60,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in support of their new community initiative, Job Skills for New Careers.
A scholarship fund is an easy and effective way to fulfill your RMD, lower your taxable income and make a long-term impact in the community.
Truman Heartland Community Foundation welcomes Cole Eason as Vice President of Advancement.
Having a Donor Advised Fund helps you become more organized and strategic with your giving. As your philanthropic interests grow, there are a number of ways you can increase your Donor Advised Fund to enhance your giving plan and build a lasting legacy.
The 10th Annual Youth Advisory Council fundraiser, Freezin' for a Reason, was held on Saturday, January 25th at Summit Ice. All proceeds are used to build up the YAC Endowment Fund at Truman Heartland and help support youth-serving nonprofits in the community.
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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