To provide support in the greater Kansas City area for crisis related medical assistance, neighborhood school health grants, and health education programs and services.
To seek philanthropic support for these areas of emphasis.
To continue the tradition and religious heritage of the founders and donors of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their Foundations.
COINS FOR THE CABINET
The forgotten pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters in your couch or your spare change jar can provide emergency medical assistance for Kansas Citians in need.
During our November 2014 Coins for the Cabinet campaign, loose change was dropped at four local businesses and four local schools. We thank Academie Lafeyette (Cherry and Oak Street), Blue Valley CAPS program, Spring Hill High School and University Academy for their clever collection ideas and generous donations. We are also grateful to the offices at NAIA Headquarters, QTI, Inc., Sowers CPA firm and Spangler Graphics for their generous contributions!
Contact us to participate in our November 2015 coin collection. Your school or company’s small change can add up to BIG change for those who need help!
The 2015 Kansas City Tip-Off Concert to benefit Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet will be held March 26 at the Uptown Theater, and will feature American Idol winner, Scotty McCreery in a return engagement.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster. Ticket costs are $100, $55 and $35. Doors will open at 6:00 PM.
The KCMC VIP Party held before the concert, includes dinner, cocktails, music and FUN… plus a prime front balcony seat. Tickets cost $150, which includes a tax deductible donation to Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet.