The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation is a non-profit public charity serving the greater Manhattan area. The Foundation is a collection of many different charitable funds, each separately accounted for, and each with its own design and purpose. Together we are building a better community by promoting philanthropy through creative donor services.”
The mission of the Manhattan Community Foundation is to enhance quality of life, both today and in the future by:
- Enabling donors to fulfill their charitable desires
- Building a permanent endowment
- Facilitating prudent management and care of funds
- Meeting needs through grants, awards, and scholarships
RSVP of the Flint Hills, Inc.
RSVP of the Flint Hills Inc. recruits and places individuals, age 55 and older, in volunteer positions where the impact on the community is measurable, and where the volunteer will know they have made a difference. RSVP volunteers provide services that utilize their own talents and interests, and present their communities with a rich array of options for addressing the full spectrum of community needs. Since 2006, RSVP has received $5,835 in grant funding from the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation to help with various program costs.