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Giving Tuesday - Wichita, KS - J.P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.

Giving Tuesday is coming up on November 30, and there's an amazing, diverse collection of non-profits located around Wichita that would value your support this year. These organizations provide so many services for the community, offering help for people in need, medical support for children and families, educational support to help youth thrive, and so much more. Our real estate agents have all of the details on how you can give back to local non-profits around Wichita on Giving Tuesday.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters – 310 E. 2nd St. N., Wichita, KS 67202
    Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters (KSBBBS) matches youth facing adversity with caring, adult mentors outside of their home. They believe that all youth - regardless of race, socioeconomic status, or family background - can achieve success in life, especially with the guidance and support of a caring adult mentor. A few hours a month can make a world of difference for a youth who comes to understand that your investment of time in them means that there is someone outside of their home who believes they are worthwhile and possess potential.

  • Family Promise of Greater Wichita – 401 N. Emporia, Wichita, KS 76202
    Family Promise of Greater Wichita unites hearts and hands to provide compassionate hospitality and empower homeless families with children to achieve sustainable independence. There are many ways you can give to empower families; from making a one-time or monthly donation or donating items to help a family who has graduated from their program get started in a new home.

  • ICT Food Rescue – 1650 N. Fairview Ave., Wichita, KS 67203
    The ICT Food Rescue non-profit has a mission of distributing surplus food to the people around Wichita who need it the most. They "rescue" surplus food from restaurants and grocery stores that would otherwise be destined for landfills and use it to provide ingredients for healthy, nutritious meals for people who are food insecure. You can contribute by becoming a food rescuer or by donating funds to support the cause.

  • Wichita's Littlest Heroes – 203 N. Mathewson Ave., Wichita, KS 67214
    Dedicated to providing wide-ranging support to children facing health problems and their families, Wichita's Littlest Heroes relies on support from donors, sponsors, and volunteers throughout the Wichita area. They provide monthly events geared toward kids, hospital visits, Christmas assistance, membership to local attractions, and financial support for families. There are many ways to get involved, from volunteering for events to making financial contributions that make the program possible.

  • HopeNet – 2501 E. Central Ave., Wichita, KS 67214
    Many people struggle with the financial costs of finding mental health services, and HopeNet works to make those important services available to everyone who needs them. They provide coaching, counseling, training, and more, all while working to break the stigma that often surrounds mental health issues. Provide your support by making a monetary donation that goes toward mental health programs or by becoming a volunteer at HopeNet.

  • Kansas Children's Foundation – 8710 W. 13th St. N., Ste. 107, Wichita, KS 67212
    The Kansas Children's Foundation is a large non-profit dedicated to assisting children in need, in Wichita and throughout Kansas. They provide financial assistance to families with children who have medical needs and pediatric grants to support essential services. In addition to the usual types of donations, you can also donate wishlist gifts for kids, host a birthday fundraiser, or purchase tickets to one of many charitable events that raise funds for the organization.

  • Kansas Food Bank – 1919 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67211
    The Kansas Food Bank has the mission of providing hunger-relief whenever and wherever it is needed throughout our 85-county service area. We are committed to safeguarding the health, well-being and productivity of food-insecure Kansas families and their children, as well as senior citizens, the homeless and the chronically ill, and all who live in poverty. Whether you are interested in providing money, food or time, the Kansas Food Bank can use your help!

  • Destination Innovation – 2333 E. 21st St. N., Ste. 2, Wichita, KS 67214
    With a focus on youth in underserved communities, Destination Innovation provides camps and programs in Wichita to help empower young people for a lifetime of success. The programs at Destination Innovation focus on STEAM learning, inspiring entrepreneurship, and youth civic engagement. You can support Destination Innovation by volunteering to provide help at events or making a financial contribution.

  • Wichita Children's Home – 7271 E. 37th St. N., Wichita, KS 67226
    Open 24/7 to provide emergency housing and support to young people in crisis, the Wichita Children's Home is the only home of its type in the city. The non-profit also works with community organizations to provide safe places where children in need can reach out for help. It's easy to donate through the Wichita Children's Home website.

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