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Greater Kansas City LISC has released a Request for Proposals to identify qualified community-based organziations that are interested in becoming a member of the LISC Financial Opportunity Center Network.
Women in Kansas City have an extra reason to be thankful this year as LISC selects the Women's Employement Network as the second Financial Opportunity Center to serve the greater Kansas City area.
The National Football League (NFL) Grassroots Grant program, in conjunction with Greater Kansas City LISC and the Kansas City Chiefs, will formally awarded a $200,000 grant to the Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) during the grand opening of Bryan Field at Interscholastic League Stadium on Friday, Oct. 18.
In community development, there are days when it's easy to become disheartened by the challenges we face. And then there are days like Thurs., Sept. 26. Michael Rubinger, LISC's president & CEO, had the privilege of meeting with President Obama at the White House as part of a small group to discuss poverty and economic mobility—or, in the President's words, ways to create "ladders of opportunity" for low-income people to reach the middle class. This is critical to our national economic future.
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