The Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness values community, inclusion, compassion, and generosity. In this spirit, we often partner with other local organizations that provide important services to those who might not otherwise have an opportunity to learn about mindfulness. Many of our teachers collaborate with our community partners offering classes, workshops, and trainings both onsite and off. We endeavor to bring the healing attitudes and practices of mindfulness where they are needed.
Alive & Well KC coordinates community-wide efforts to focus on reducing the impact of toxic stress and trauma on our health and wellbeing through building and sustaining a network of resilient and trauma-informed communities.
Cornerstones of Care partners with children, young adults and families to create a safe healing environment that respects dignity and inclusion so they can experience more fulfilling and rewarding lives.
Humane Society of Greater Kansas City is Kansas City’s first no-kill shelter for dogs and cats. Its mission is to save and improve the lives of animals by providing preventive veterinary care and spay/neuter services, education and adoptions. Its parent organization seeks a humane world for people and animals alike.
International Rescue Committee (Wichita) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. Co-created by Albert Einstein, the IRC facilitates high-impact, cost-effective solutions that help people affected by crisis and uses their learning and experience to shape humanitarian policy.
Jewish Family Services of Greater Kansas City supports and strengthens lives through providing essential human services for people facing challenges in everyday life or times of crisis — regardless of faith, age, culture or lifestyle.
Journey to New Life improves quality of life for men and women returning to the community from prison or other involvement with the justice system. Built on a restorative justice approach focused on healing, hope and, most importantly, an opportunity to begin again — Journey to Hope offers people the power to change.
reStart, Inc. provides housing and supportive services to help homeless men, women, youth and families move toward independence and self-sufficiency with the goal of ending homelessness in the Kansas City community. reStart is the only homeless agency in Kansas City serving all homeless populations free of charge —singles, couples, gay, straight and transgendered individuals, and unaccompanied youth ages 12-18, as well as non-traditional families, persons with HIV/AIDS, and individuals recently released from prison or from psychiatric hospitalization.