For more than 60 years, HumanKind Ministries has brought the community together to run Wichita’s largest holiday assistance program, Operation Holiday—helping our region’s most vulnerable residents get through the year’s coldest (and most expensive) months.
Operation Holiday 2023 applications will be open Nov. 1-30. Distribution will take place in an indoor format starting Tuesday, Dec. 12 to Saturday, Dec. 16 at the Operation Holiday Warehouse located at the former Wichita Central Library (223 S. Main St.). Individuals and families in Sedgwick County can apply below or by visiting an in-person application site.
Regardless of if you plan to race your pup or not, please come out and support the event. ICT Dachshunds is a non-profit, ICT Dachshunds Foundation . They are a foundation that provides medical assistance to KS residents for dachshunds with any and all back issues. You can find out all about us at www.ict-dachshunds.org.
The event raises funds through donations, registration, merchandise sales, silent auctions and a raffle.
When: October 14th, race starts at 2 pm. On-site registration is from 12pm-1:45pm
Location: 601 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, KS 67202
100% of our profits goes to ICT Dachshunds Foundation.
Join Make-A-Wish for an evening of art appreciation and demonstration, all while creating hope and happiness for the children they serve. This signature event will also include silent & live auctions, cocktails featuring unique and exciting flavors, decadent and savory hors d’oeuvres, and a mission-packed program designed to help grant wishes to children with critical illnesses.
Event entertainment will consist of art pieces created live by various local artists with the assistance of our Wichita wish kids! Additionally, there will be an opportunity to take each art piece home during the live auction. Enjoy browsing the exceptional selection of silent auction items while engaging with friends between cocktails. This event will assist with granting the wishes of more than 430 critically ill children in our region this year.
The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.
The Longest Day is the day with the most light — the summer solstice. On June 21, people from across the world will fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s through a fundraising activity of their choice.
Whether you’re participating at home, online or in-person, they have plenty of fun ideas to engage family and friends in The Longest Day.
Real Men Real Leaders consists of community members in Garden City, Kansas who mentor local youth. They guide young men and offer life skill training so they can become the Real Men and Real Leaders their communities need.
Join the Junior League of Wichita for a weekend filled with amazing merchants, fun events, and a few surprises! The 18th annual Holiday Galleria is scheduled for October 6-8, 2022 at Century II Expo Hall in downtown Wichita, Kansas. The objective of Holiday Galleria is to raise funds to fulfill Junior League of Wichita’s goal of building a better community.
For many children in care, a lack of supplies is a common barrier to academic success. Now through July 31, in preparation for returning to school, EmberHope Youthville is hosting a Back-To-School drive. Donations can be made at the EmberHope Youthville campus in Newton.
900 W Broadway Newton, KS 67114
Check out the list below for the requested items. If you’re unable to make it to the campus to drop off but would like to contribute to our drive, please visit our secure DONATION PORTAL.
Mayflower Clinic was established by a group of successful immigrant professionals from all over the world who wished to give back to the community. They are here to take care of the working uninsured. Their team provides comprehensive and compassionate healthcare.
They are now in their 11th year of work with a majority of their people carrying out day to day operation with volunteers and only handful of paid staff. On average they see approx. 750-1000 patients per year and continue to do so.