Our recent Nonprofit Catalyst Town Hall event highlighted the work of our grantees. In partnership with Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the Nonprofit Catalyst Fund invests in small nonprofit charitable organizations in Greater Kansas City that are led by or primarily serve Black, Latino, and other People of Color.
Gratitude to Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace, President & CEO of Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; Chris Rosson, President & CEO at United Way; Precious Stargell-Cushman, Chief Impact Officer at United Way; Essence Yancey, Director of Community Impact at United Way for their insightful opening remarks.
Thank you to the Nonprofit Catalyst grantee leaders who shared their powerful stories during the event: Latasha Wilson, CornerStone Enterprise, Ltd.; Logan Stacer, Heartland Arts KC; Tammy Buckner, WeCode KC; Jeannine Midgett, Welcome Wellness Health Education Center; Dr. Kia Turner, Red Apple Education.
Their passion and dedication shine as they discussed the impactful work of their organizations and how the Catalyst Grant has propelled them forward. We want to express our gratitude for the positive change you’re delivering in our community!