Nonprofit organization is sixth in Kansas to earn accomplishment
Douglas County CASA Inc. recently became the sixth nonprofit organization in the state to become certified as a Service Enterprise - joining the top performing 11% of nonprofits nationwide in volunteer engagement and organizational performance.
Challenge encourages employer-supported volunteering
Three Kansas employers have been announced as winners of the Give Back Kansas Challenge.
Ten Kansas employers have registered for the second annual Give Back Kansas Challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to engage Kansans in employer-supported volunteering. This annual event is a partnership between the Kansas Volunteer Commission and Volunteer Kansas and runs from April 18 through June 10, 2022.
Council members will act as ambassadors, participate in leadership development program
Mentor Kansas is searching for five inspiring youth leaders to form a Young Leaders Council. Applications are being accepted now through March 18, 2022, at www.mentorkansas.org.
Kansas employers are invited to register for the second annual Give Back Kansas Challenge and encourage their employees to participate in community volunteering.
Funds provided through Volunteer Generation Fund used to support Kansas volunteerism
The Kansas Volunteer Commission has awarded a total of $122,276 to seven Kansas volunteer and mentor organizations through the 2022 Volunteer Generation Fund (VGF) grant competition.
Organization becomes first Kansas-based nonprofit organization to earn accomplishment
Topeka Habitat for Humanity is the first nonprofit organization in the state to become Service Enterprise certified, the Kansas Volunteer Commission announced. The prestigious award was approved by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service.
Organizations will bolster their volunteer programs by completing prestigious Service Enterprise change management certification process
Seven organizations have been selected to join the 2021 Kansas Service Enterprise initiative to work toward achieving their Service Enterprise (SE) certification, the Kansas Volunteer Commission announced.
Grants will support 243 AmeriCorps members who help meet local needs
Kansas received more than $1.8 million in funding to help 243 AmeriCorps members meet local needs across the state, the Kansas Volunteer Commission announced Thursday, July 15.
The Kansas Volunteer Commission has awarded $120,000 in funding to eight Kansas volunteer and mentor organizations through the 2021 Volunteer Generation Fund (VGF) grant competitio
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