Havana and Kansas City intersected for one sold out night to benefit children and families in crisis for KVC’s Gala at The Abbott.
At its 2019 Annual Celebration, KVC Health Systems marked a record year of helping children, adults and families.
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In this interview, Chief Operations Officer Erin Stucky of KVC Health Systems gives insight into leading the behavioral health and child welfare organization.
KVC remains deeply committed to addressing the national crisis of 20,000 youth who age out of foster care each year without a permanent family or home.
Thanks to the generosity of individuals, organizations, and communities, KVC provided holiday donations to thousands of children and teens in need this year.
The incredible evening was to raise funds that benefit children, teens and families KVC serves with in-home family support, behavioral health, foster care, adoption and children’s psychiatric hospitals.
Read the inspiring true stories of how nonprofit KVC Health Systems has partnered with children and families to help them overcome adversity including child abuse or neglect, mental health challenges, or family struggles.
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The luncheon, taking place on May 30 in Overland Park, Kan., will raise funds while honoring and inspiring Everyday Heroes who support children and families in need.