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With deepest gratitude from Joshua Center Kids, their families and staff for the heartfelt support offered by these wonderful organizations without whose support we could not survive and continue this meaningful work.Becky Ottinger
Kansas City Businessmen's Club
The Kansas City Businessmen’s Club is a service and social organization that has served the Kansas City Metropolitan area since 1981. Representing a variety of professions, these caring businessmen work for small to medium sized businesses, or are self-employed. KCBC is well known for an annual major charity event to support the Joshua Center called the Pork Out . It is a BBQ that includes an auction and other activities at a unique setting. It was recognized by the Heart of America United Way for significant service to the community through volunteer participation. The Joshua Center is grateful for the whole-hearted endorsement and generous financial support provided by the Kansas City Businessmen’s Club.
Lockton is the world’s largest, privately owned, independent insurance broker. With more than 3,800 people, Lockton delivers seamless service to companies of all sizes as well as to individual clients. The company was founded by Jack Lockton in Kansas City, Missouri, USA in 1966. From his modest, home-based insurance agency, Lockton has grown to become the 10th largest insurance brokerage firm in the world. To find out more about Lockton, visit their website at www.lockton.com.
Polsinelli is one of the top 100 law firms in the country, with more than 640 attorneys in 16 cities stretching from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles. ( www.polsinelli.com ) is a national law firm that is a recognized leader in the areas of business law, financial services, real estate and business litigation. Serving corporate, institutional and individual clients, Polsinelli is redefining the business of law by sharing ideas, goals and outcomes with its clients. The firm builds enduring relationships by creating value through their legal services – with passion, ingenuity and a sense of urgency.
The Knights was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works. Visit their website at www.kofc.org.
R.A. Long Foundation
This wonderful foundation continues to support the Joshua Center mission, allowing us to grow our current programs, including Social Skills and Camp. The Joshua Center is eternally grateful for their support. To find out more about the R. A. Long Foundation, visit their website at www.longviewfoundation.org.
Joshua Center is honored to be invited for participation in this annual campaign. The Camps for Kids Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization established to send children with disabilities to summer camp. Their motto: “Our children are tomorrow’s leaders and we want to equip each child with the necessary tools in order for them to make a positive impact in our society. We believe summer camp is the way to do it. Summer camp is an experience that is limitless in its beneficial contributions to the growing mind of every child.” To find out more about the Camp For Kids Foundation, visit their website at www.campsforkids.org.
The Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation, Inc. (BCTF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose aim is to help children who have Tourette Syndrome learn how to exist in the real world with others who don’t understand. We support the socialization, achievement, and education of individuals with Tourette Syndrome and the non-profit/tax-exempt organizations that focus on the needs of those with Tourette Syndrome. Visit their website at www.bradcohentourettefoundation.com/.
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