- About Us
Children and teens belong with their own families whenever possible. KVC works to safely reintegrate hundreds of families each year by providing parenting skills training, therapy and other support.
Caring People Needed
On any given day, KVC Kansas provides out-of-home care for thousands of youth. Relatives, non-related kin like teachers and neighbors, and foster families are all critical to providing temporary care for these children and teens.
- Get Involved
Your Help Matters
There are many large and small ways you can still lend a hand. Regardless of your size of gift, know that each caring touch makes a big difference in the lives of others.
Other Ways to Give
Support a family in need year-round by joining our Everyday Heroes monthly giving program.
Name KVC as a beneficiary in your retirement plan, insurance policy, or investment accounts.
Sponsor/attend a fundraising event
Support fundraising events that help us provide medical and behavioral healthcare, social services and education.
Honor or Memorial Giving
Give a gift in honor of a special occasion or to mark a loved one’s passing.
We welcome donations or personal hygiene items, school supplies, or holiday gifts and more. More details below.
An Organization You Can Trust
Call or Write Us
KVC Kansas is a subsidiary of KVC Health Systems, which was founded in 1970. KVC Health Systems is a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization. Gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations.
Our secure online donation form keeps your payment information protected. If you prefer to give by phone or mail, please contact us at:
21344 W. 153rd St.
Olathe, KS 66061
Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Central time.
In-Kind Donations to KVC Kansas
Warehouse location: 1150 W. 151st St. Ste. A, Olathe, KS 66061
Donation Drop-off Day: Second Saturday of each month from 9am-12pm
Thank you to our generous community for overwhelming us with in-kind donations for children and teens this past year. We are currently sorting and redistributing these resources to families. We want to make sure your donations get to families in an effective and timely manner. That said, we have a limited list of items we are able to accept at this time. If your items fall under the Yes, Please! column, we ask you to refer to the drop off-hours and location mentioned above. If your items fall under the Share with Others column for now, please use this link (Used Item Donation in KC Metro) to discover an organization aligned with your donation, your charitable interest and location! For any questions, please contact Brandy Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org or (913) 335-4103.
Gently used or new clothing & shoes
• all sizes including trendy plus size
• no stains, rips, or unwashed items
• no shirts with monkeys, reference to family or alcohol, company logos, schools or events like 5K, Fun Run, etc.). Please pre-sort clothing into separate bags for Boys/Mens Summer, Boys/Mens Winter, Girls/Womens Summer, Girls/Womens Winter
Hoodies and sweatshirts
Hygiene products – full size shampoo & conditioner, deodorant, body wash, toothbrush, toothpaste, natural/protective hair products, etc.
Games & puzzles with all the pieces
Learning games & flash cards
Bed/bath towels, sheets (please put sheet set inside pillowcase and label with sheet size), and new pillows
Child-proofing supplies, such as outlet plug covers, cabinet locks and corner protectors
New items only: socks, underwear, sport bras, hygiene products, toys, arts & craft supplies
Pack and Plays, crib sheets, baby equipment
New backpacks & school supplies
Sensory items (fidget toys, spinners, drawing books, adult coloring books, stress balls)
Bicycles in good mechanic condition (children & adults)
SHARE WITH OTHERS
Men’s & women’s clothing – if teens won’t wear it
Luggage (we currently have too many)
Small electrical toasters, radios, power tools, irons, blenders, mixers, stereos, CD players, speakers, DVD and VCR players, table lamps, floor lamps, humidifiers, golf accessories, garden tools, sports equipment, exercise equipment, skis
Used toys, stuffed animals, pots, pans, utensils, china cups, vases, dishes, cutlery, glassware, silverware, stemware
Jewelry, crafts, mugs, candles, pictures/frames, baskets, ornaments, hand tools, hardback and paperback books, magazines, records, tapes, CDs, videos, DVDs, computer software
All chairs, tables (dining, kitchen, coffee, end, computer, night stand, patio), dressers, hutch, armoire, bookcase, cabinets, entertainment centers
Torn, soiled or in need of repair curtains, tablecloths, beds, bunk beds, mattresses, box springs, waterbeds, coil springs, cribs, car seats
Refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, washing machines, televisions, computer monitors
You are also more than welcome to purchase new items for children and families using the guidelines above.
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