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SparkWheel Selected as United Way of Greater Kansas City Impact 100 Partner




Kansas City, MO – United Way of Greater Kansas City (UWGKC) has announced the selection of this year’s Impact 100 partners. This annual list is comprised of the hundred most vital health and human service organizations that United Way will invest and partner with to bring real-time solutions to the Kansas City community. SparkWheel was once again one of the partners selected.


Nonprofit organizations selected in this year’s Impact 100 submitted applications, which were reviewed by a diverse panel of community leaders. Each organization must meet a high bar of financial responsibility and be actively working to address the critical challenges facing the Kansas City region today. Impact 100 organizations will receive unrestricted funding from United Way to address their individual nonprofit’s most pressing needs. 

“We are committed to working alongside these organizations to being partners in change,” said Chris Rosson, United Way President and CEO. “Together, we’re driving real-time solutions to our region’s most pressing challenges.”


SparkWheel serves more than 4,400 students in the Kansas City Metro area schools. The organization works to remove barriers and provide those we serve with the tools and resources they need to thrive, now and into the future. SparkWheel is honored to be recognized by UWGKC for our work inside Kansas City schools.


“To those supporting our work in Kansas City, thank you. Your contributions help students overcome obstacles and reach goals. Because of you, students are surrounded by a team of caring individuals doing whatever it takes to ensure they succeed,” said Noelle Haselhuhn, Communications Manager.

 

About United Way of Greater Kansas City

At United Way of Greater Kansas City, our mission is to inspire and enable a movement of Waymakers (what we call our change agents) to fight for the health, education and financial stability of every member of our community. We do this by: mobilizing people and resources and investing them in the highest-impact nonprofits and programs addressing community need in all six counties; and by engineering smart, sustainable solutions both short- and long-term community challenges in collaboration with the public, private and philanthropic sectors. Every year, one in three Kansas Citians find help through the United Way, and we continue to develop new and innovative ways to connect residents to the services, support and resources they need.


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