Butler County Tornado Recovery
Tornado’s hit our service area – with significant impact in Andover and Rosalia on April 29, 2022.
Partnerships and collaboration are at the core of Central Kansas Community Foundation’s work. As our neighbors in Butler and Sedgwick county navigate recovery from storms at the end of last month, we stand with those impacted and encourage our partners and donors to support as you are able.
United Way of the Plains is collecting Donations to support recovery efforts: Click Here
CKCF continues to work as a funder and resource in the area of disaster education, preparedness and response.
For more information on ways to partner with us contact Susan Lamb, disaster response at email@example.com
Philanthropic Preparedness Resiliency and Emergency Partnership (PPREP)
Central Kansas Community Foundation continues to participate with a group of 21 community foundations from 10 Midwest states in the Philanthropic Preparedness Resiliency and Emergency Partnership (PPREP) sponsored by The Funders’ Network of Coral Gables, Florida. PPREP is about strengthening the relationships between community members and organizations to maximize their impact in preparing for and recovering from disasters.
Consider Helping Your Neighbor!!
Susan Lamb, Disaster Support Coordinator
CKCF Disaster Donor Services
Welcome to the Disaster Support webpage for the CKCF service area, sponsored by the Central Kansas Community Foundation. We research and vet charitable organizations that are currently taking donations for national and local natural and situational disaster events. Donations to these organizations are safe and tax deductible to the extent of the law.
In addition, should there be a crisis or natural disaster in Harvey County or the surrounding service area, we will post information here and provide a tax deductible means for you to support your community and any victims through charitable giving.