15 organizations across country receive grants totaling more than $3.7 million
The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) has received a $113,899 grant that will allow it to help organizations across the state increase volunteerism.
Funding will support 183 AmeriCorps members who help meet local needs
Kansas received more than $1.3 million in AmeriCorps funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) announced Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017.
TOPEKA – The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) has awarded five organizations a total of $3,114 in funding to support the Sept. 11 National Day of Service.
AmeriCorps Kansas supports a wide range of local service programs
TOPEKA – The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is pleased to announce the availability of federal funding in the form of AmeriCorps State Planning Grants.
Information sessions planned to share opportunities for national service, funding
In an effort to meet community needs, the Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is conducting sessions across the state to inform organizations about national service efforts in Kansas and to promote available funding opportunities.
Funding will increase number of STEM mentors serving Kansas youth
The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC), in partnership with Kansas Mentors, recently announced nearly $110,000 in funding to six Kansas mentoring organizations through the 2017 Kansas Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Mentoring Initiative grant competition.
Funds will support organizations planning projects for MLK Day of Service
The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is announcing funding for organizations initiating community service or service-learning projects that involve at least 15 volunteers on or around Martin Luther King Day.
Kansas ranked seventh in volunteerism among states
While volunteering in Kansas remains strong, the Kansas Volunteer Commission encourages more Kansans to volunteer to meet the critical needs of their neighbors and communities - especially during the holiday season.
Funds will strengthen the capacity of mentoring organizations to increase the number of mentors serving Kansas youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
To help increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) mentors serving Kansas students, the Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is offering up to $100,000 in funding.
TOPEKA – In an effort to address community needs statewide, the Kansas Volunteer Commission has opened the 2017-2018 application process for potential AmeriCorps Kansas programs.
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