Every Contribution Counts:

Donate Now to Make a Difference!

The Flint Hills Volunteer Center (FHVC), a dedicated 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is driven by its mission of connecting volunteers to the needs of our community. Our initiatives empower area seniors, raise awareness for suicide prevention, and bolster the reach of local charitable organizations.

Our programs thrive because of the generosity of people like you—individuals with big hearts and the vision to recognize that volunteerism changes lives and transforms communities.

Your gifts to FHVC go further – empowering other local nonprofits by helping us to recruit, retain, and support a network of volunteers who form the backbone of many community-driven initiatives. Your donation will immediately be put to action in our area, creating a ripple effect of positivity and change.

Every Contribution Counts

  • $50 can supply program materials for a P.A.C.T. Suicide Awareness training workshop.
  • $100 can fund outreach campaigns to increase teen volunteer engagement.
  • $250 can help further our initiatives aimed at supporting area seniors and providing guidance to the 600+ local volunteers who find service opportunities through FHVC

Donations are used to grow vital community initiatives including:

Senior Support Programs

Many of our programs like Neighbor 2 Neighbor or Medical Transportation are designed to support older adults and those with disabilities so they can continue to live independent lives.

Youth Programs & Suicide Awareness

Programs like Connecting Students to Communities inspire young adults to incorporate service into their daily lives while our P.A.C.T. program works to raise awareness for suicide prevention.

Community Support

We are the communication hub for volunteerism in our service areas. Nonprofits use our network to fill their empty volunteer positions allowing them to stay focused on their larger mission.

Specific Need

Your $25 compassion donation enables 1 client to receive their cancer treatment.

  • In 2023, 12 volunteer drivers served 694 hours while helping 38 Manhattan seniors get to 341 medical appointments- driving a total of 2,283 miles.

Your $35 compassion donation covers the supplies for 1 CSC summer camp student.

  • In 2023, 23 CSC student volunteers served 360 volunteer hours with 7 local non-profit agencies at our first week-long CSC Summer Camp, held at no cost for the student volunteers.

Your $50 compassion donation helps 2 Manhattan seniors remove snow from their driveway and sidewalks each snow storm.

  • In 2023, our Neighbor to Neighbor volunteers helped clear the snow for 24 Manhattan seniors who otherwise would have to pay for this help or risk receiving a citation from the City of Manhattan for their sidewalks.

Your $60 compassion donation provides 1 PACT Suicide Awareness training to a local business or organization.

  • Currently, the PACT Suicide Awareness program has 12 trained ambassadors who have given 16 presentations since the start of the program.

Your $75 compassion donation provides 3 pairs of children’s shoes at our September 11th Day Remembrance event this year.

  • In 2024, we are partnering with Samaritan’s Feet International to bring 400 new children’s shoes to be given away to Manhattan-area youth at our September 11th Day of Remembrance event.

Your $120 compassion donation mows 1 Manhattan senior’s lawn for a month.

  • In 2023, our Neighbor to Neighbor volunteers were able to help 9 Manhattan seniors keep their lawn mowed from Spring into Fall.

Sharing is Caring

Even if you are unable to contribute financially at this time, sharing this message and spreading the word about FHVC’s work is an immeasurable gift. Share our mission with friends, family, and colleagues who share your passion for community service and want to make a difference.

On behalf of FHVC and the communities we serve, thank you for considering a donation and for your ongoing support of our causes. Together, with your kindness and generosity, we are building happier, healthier, and more supportive communities, one volunteer—and one donation—at a time.

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