Hundreds of Kansas City business leaders will witness the solar eclipse on one of the nation’s most beautiful golf courses while raising funds for children and teens in need.
Growing up, Theron’s everyday life was affected by her father’s alcoholism. Her mother has inspired her to heal and move on from her traumatic childhood.
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris was recently interviewed by Mother Jones, a nonprofit news organization, to discuss the developmental and physiological effects that the opioid epidemic is having on children.
Growing up, Sierra was abused, neglected and never felt safe in her own home. Her foster parents have been instrumental in helping her heal and experience the love and support she deserves.
Johnson has been with the organization for 17 years, most recently as Executive Vice President of Business Information Technology.
More than 550 people from all over the Kansas City metro filled the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel ballroom for the 6th Annual KVC Hero Luncheon on Thursday, June 15.
The luncheon provides an exclusive opportunity to get insider commentary on the upcoming basketball season and be inspired to be a hero for local children & teens who have experienced abuse or neglect.
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