Saturday, August 06, 2016

More Than 7K Kansas City Non-Profits Desperately Fight For Funding!!!



For those who beg for "good news" or just need help going back to sleep . . . Check this upbeat look at the burgeoning non-profit scene and one of the top media efforts for this community:

"KC Cares is a 60-minute radio program by, for and about the Kansas City nonprofit community. It is produced by KC Creative in association with Union Broadcasting. With KC Cares we endeavor to raise awareness of the activities of local and national nonprofits, highlight their upcoming events, and interview guest experts on issues of importance to the nonprofit community."

Take a look at their latest show that's actually kind of a cool take on a podcast . . .



More in a bit . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Fighting over funding is what the endless list of KC nonprofits do best.
In fact, it's their number one priority.
Working together never seems to enter their minds.
Me, me, I'm on tv!
And no accountability for results year after year.
How's Aim4Peace doing?

Anonymous said...

7000 non profits do not exist to benefit the people of the metro. Many are tax scams and tax exempt bullshit ranging from sports leagues to fake ass religions. People need to remember that non profit does not equal charity in any way shape or form. I suggest you can count the entities actually deserving of funding on your fingers and toes.

Bob said...

The model in the photo sure does love that black penis she's hugging.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

I wonder how much the full time workers there get paid. Why don't they do something that actually makes a profit and then use that money for they're cause
Begging is begging

Anonymous said...

They are making a profit, but utilize government jargon and semantics to pull the scam. Let us say some guy can't make his business work so he converts it to a thrift store, gets his tax exemption, has others providing free inventory to resale, pays himself $75.000 a year, feeds his six cats calling them rescue kittens and uses your money to play like that is a non profit. All of a sudden his business is solvent and you, the tax payers, are the putzs.

Anonymous said...

9:38 LOLZ!